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Time Return: Red Moon Trilogy book 2 by [Caida, Micah]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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USA Today bestseller Micah Caida is the melding of two voices, two personalities and two minds of USA Today bestseller Mary Buckham and NYT bestseller Dianna Love, which often produces the strangest ideas. From this collaboration, Micah enjoys exploring how different characters react and deal with similar situations. Life is often filled with the unexpected – both good and bad. While creating the Red Moon series, Micah hit upon a very unusual “what if” that exploded into an epic story filled with teenagers who face impossible odds, but are the only ones who can save the world from itself. For more on Micah and the Red Moon Trilogy, visit MicahCaida.com

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1080 KB
  • Print Length: 312 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Silver Hawk Press; 1 edition (11 Feb. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #278,556 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I enjoyed this book almost as much as the first one in the series. The only problem I have with it is that it is not a completed story. The first book could more or less been read as a complete story but definitely not the second one. This author does not need to leave readers hanging out for the next book, it is exciting enough on its own and no one needs to be forced to read the next book to finish the story.

Nevertheless the story is a very good work of fiction.
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Book two continues the saga of Rayen's unusual life, as she battles for answers from the past, present and future, in addition to surviving strange worlds and keeping a step ahead of those who have a need for power.

I love the way the characters are developed, the changing perspectives, the suspense and the mystery.

It's difficult to say too much so as not to give spoilers, however, I will say that this tale is very well written, with a great plot and a fascinating look into a new fantasy world.

Highly recommended.
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I LOVE it I couldn't put it down its only sorry there is only three books
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Amazon.com: 4.8 out of 5 stars 53 reviews
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5.0 out of 5 stars Well, I've been here before... 24 Feb. 2014
By Kendra Williams - Published on Amazon.com
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It was when I finished Time Trap. And frankly the frustrated sentiment is identical. I want Time Lock now! I'm not typically a fan of any sci-fi, most often because I'm short on imagination and unable to picture complicated characters that are rendered of the authors imagination. These books, however, somehow reached out and grabbed me and I was hooked from the first. They pace well and keep you reading. And I would definitely say that Micah Caida has the art of the cliffhanger whittled down to an actual science.

Now I'm eager to see how it finishes. Will Rayen get her man and memory back? Will Gabby find her place in either world? Will Tony finally be able to realize his dream of taking care of his brother? I want to know now! Take your Time, ladies. We all need this final installment to be the culmination of everything. Personally, I hope Rayen kicks SEOH's arse back to 1942. That's my vote. Happy reading! And to Micah Caida, happy writing!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Get ready for next installment in this series. 21 Feb. 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I don't care if your young or old this second book is great. These authors won't let you down. I read it in two days because I couldn't put it down. They get you to remember what it was like to be young, and make you realize you don't have to older to be heroic. The only sad thing is now I have to wait for the next one.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Nonstop action and emotional conflicts 17 Jun. 2014
By A. Richard - Published on Amazon.com
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Though the main characters are all teenagers in The Red Moon trilogy, my adult mind easily became riveted in the many tricky dilemmas this spirited trio faced. From dire predicaments to challenging emotional issues, these three are still making difficult decisions in the second book and often there is not a satisfying choice. The writing duo known as Micah Caida has truly created a most unusual storyline plus unique characters, and outcomes are never assured until ever single second plays out. TIME RETURN is notable science fiction with lots of unexpected twists.

After waking up with no memory of her past, Rayen was taken to a school where many students study varied subjects and even live. Most of those at the school think of her as rather strange, but she had managed to make friends with two other teenagers. By chance, the three somehow traveled through time to a place known as the Red Moon sphere, a world in their future. Even though they managed to make it back to the present, Rayen has vowed to return and help the MystiKs, a group made up of young children and teenagers under the age of eighteen. They are relentlessly persecuted by another group, one which would like for every MystiK to be annihilated.

Rayen hopes the special powers she possesses will help once again when she revisits to the Red Moon sphere. She knows the place contains countless mysterious dangers, but she does not plan on letting the leader of the group down. Callan came to mean much to her in a short time, and there is no way Rayen will let him fight an enemy without her assistance. However, upon arriving back on the sphere, she discovers much destruction took place while she was gone and Callan’s actions are very confusing. While some believe her presence brings even more threats to the MystiKs, there is no way Rayen will leave the vulnerable group unless forced.

There are so many variables affecting the life of Rayen, regardless of what time period she is living in. With so much of her memory missing, she often does not know what path to follow and can only hope any responses are right. Although she is only a teenager, many of the decisions she has to make are extremely difficult yet they must be made. With so many lives affected by whatever she decides, I felt her unease over what to do on so many occasions. The ordeals that just keep coming her way could be disastrous if Rayen chooses incorrectly, and her anxiety is clearly obvious from her inner thoughts to her actions.

The relationship Rayen has with her two friends from school is just like a normal teenager at times. Disagreements occur and minds must be changed, yet their friendship endures throughout it all. The connection between Rayen and Callan is also comparable to two dating teens sometimes. Even though most young people would not have to make such drastic choices, they do have to think about matters that involve other individuals along with their own desires. The peril in the story is very real, and I often held my breath until a scene concluded. With its dramatic ending, the third book in the series looks to be even more intense. Micah Caida has crafted a notable science fiction series with believable characters and a rewarding plot. TIME RETURN has one risk-taking adventure after another and is continuously entertaining.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Even better then the first book 23 Mar. 2014
By Barb - Published on Amazon.com
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Time Return by Micah Caida is the 2nd book in her Red Moon series. Having read the first book, I was prepared for this adventure, as I now knew this world and the majority of the characters. I love the start of the book description, which perfectly says it all when starting this book.

Her Time. His Time. No Time

Rayen promised to return, Gabby must return, and Tony can’t return.

When we left off in Time Trap, Rayen, Gabby and Tony were back in their own time. The three of them have become so much closer and in sync with each other. With Gabby having adverse reactions, they need to go back, and the three of them will work together to make it happen.

Returning to the Red Moon sphere (in the future), they arrive to much destruction, though only a few days passed. The situation is dire, and Rayen is ready and willing to help Callan fight off the Tecknati enemies, to save the children and find a way for them all to go home. Though throughout this book, this does not look possible. I will not give spoilers, as it is impossible to tell too much, without being too revealing

We get to see the characters we got to know in Time Trap, especially Callan, Mathias, V’ru, Jaxxson , and the two I hated (Zilya and Etoi), as well as two new great characters, Kaz and Kenja. I loved how the friendship of Rayen, Gabby and Tony evolved, as well as Callan and Rayen’s slow build romance. This is young adult/children, so there is not much romance other than the strong feelings between them.

This was such an exciting adventure, lots of action, as well as learning more details about the upcoming prophecy, which will decide their future. I was totally hooked by the fast start, and had to finish the book in one day. What I found amazing is that Micah Caida has been able to convince us that these children, especially the main characters (11-17), are strong fierce survivalists, capable of doing the things we watch them do. We learn to care about them and root for them all the way. Rayden is a wonderful heroine, whose powers keep growing, and somehow, someway, she is going to be the one piece that will save them, when this trilogy ends. At least I hope so. I also loved Gabby, who has grown so much since this series started, which technically is only a few days or so. Another plus for Caida is how she has taken three characters (Rayen, Gabby & Tony), so very different, and allowed them to develop a bonding and strong friendship.

Time Return is as story of survival, time travel, futuristic, friendship, villians, battles, sci fi, prophecy and a nice simple romance. This is not just a story for young adults, as it is a very exciting story for all ages. I cannot wait for the final story in this trilogy, Time Lock.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Story 23 Feb. 2014
By Chichi Marco - Published on Amazon.com
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I loved the second book just as much as the first. Micah Caida is one of the best authors I came a cross. I usually get angry or bored with teen books but this series are one of the best I rad in a long time. Keep up the good work. I recommend this series to any and everybody.
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