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  1. Joe Hinojosa Joe Hinojosa says:

    In the second book, we follow Cassandra Cassie Elliott, heiress to the Elliott family shipping fortune, and a family with a dark secret Cassie is beginning to embrace her gift as a psychic, a gift that unbeknownst to her is putting her in danger.Cassie is also learning to accept her sexual identity and is beginning a relationship with Julie Cloudfoot, a gifted woman of Seneca descent, who harbors her own personal demons as well Little do the pair know thatthan attraction binds to two t In the second book, we follow Cassandra Cassie Elliott, heiress to the Elliott family shipping fortune, and a family with a dark secret Cassie is beginning to embrace her gift as a psychic, a gift that unbeknownst to her is putting her in danger.Cassie is also learning to accept her sexual identity and is beginning a relationship with Julie Cloudfoot, a gifted woman of Seneca descent, who harbors her own personal demons as well Little do the pair know thatthan attraction binds to two together.As the book opens, we find Cassie is hosting a memorial for Julie s uncle Jason, a Seneca shaman, at her beach house in Santa Cruz, California It s a the beach where odd things begin to happen, and where her psychic abilities beacon a danger that has haunted the seas for centuries, and which puts her and her new lover in danger.A ghost ship an entity that hunts and absorbs into ships into it s being, and captures her crew, absorbing them into it s grotesque form, prolonging their lives in unimaginable suffering is drawn to Cassie by her abilities She has become it s next target for assimilation.Thus begins a race to find its weaknesses, to subdue this malevolent creature before it can take Cassie into itself The heiress finds help in Julie, who is coming into her own as a shamaness, Julie s parents and family, and an unknown alliance from the mysterious Z, a man who has his own nefarious plans for Cassie and her abilities Can this other worldly ship be destroyed Can the group save Cassie and themselves from a fate worse than death First, I want to say that though this is the second book in the series, it is very much a stand alone book It s not necessary to read the first, but if I were to be asked for my opinion, I would suggest read The Bridge first I guarantee you won t be disappointed.Now for the book itself, I found myself engrossed by the telling I could not guess as to what was coming next, which was a nice surprise It was an original tale from a highly imaginative mind I cannot wait for the next book in the series.It would have been to easy to exploit the main character s newfound sexual identity Instead, Allan balances Cassie s journey into her first lesbian experiences with the needs of the story There s nothing gratuitous or pornographic We see glimpses of a tenderness and passion, enough to satisfy the readers while keeping the private act private.The focus instead is placed in the characters as individuals, Cassie as a psychic, and Julie as a shamaness It s is their gifts as well as the affection for one another, that is their greatest asset It is their reliance on their support group, a network of friends and family that is at the core of this story.It is the uniqueness of the cast, their mutual respect and admiration that I found most appealing There is love, both romantic and familial, that drives the story through is climax and to its conclusion.My verdict This is a great book, one that I have no qualms recommending to all readers Please give The Ship a try You won t be disappointed.Check out my other reviews at


  2. Kees Bijker Kees Bijker says:

    I read this book after having read the Bridge and I found it much easier to read and I got into the book from page one whereas with The Bridge I struggled through the first few paragraphs hoping the story would grab me, which it did after a few hard chapters In contrast, The Ship got me by the scruff of the neck straight away and would not let me put it down almost I have very little reading time these days and after a hard day it is not always the chosen form of relaxation I am afraid Too I read this book after having read the Bridge and I found it much easier to read and I got into the book from page one whereas with The Bridge I struggled through the first few paragraphs hoping the story would grab me, which it did after a few hard chapters In contrast, The Ship got me by the scruff of the neck straight away and would not let me put it down almost I have very little reading time these days and after a hard day it is not always the chosen form of relaxation I am afraid Too many hobbies perhaps but I still wanted to read whenever I could, even just a few pages in bed before sleeping.Ok, so very muchreadable for me personally and especially the pace of action was pure octane I liked the fact it was on a knife s edge almost from page one I did not think I would like such a book, normally the books I read are building upslowly, but I was pleasantly surprised I also liked that the relationship between Cassie and Julie isrealistic and this helped me to really connect with them as a couple.There are a few little rough things here and there, but nothing that even remotely made me think of putting it down The story thunders on like a steam roller and you simply have no time or urge to ponder on these minor shortcomings.The end is a little strange perhaps, until you realise that it is the hook for the next book, well done to Allen again for creating an opening into the next volume, I cannot wait I hope Alex and Veronica are back as well as the grumpy police boss


  3. D.R. Oestreicher D.R. Oestreicher says:

    The Ship by Allan Krummeanacker is a contemporary fantasy with something for everyone, starting with Cassandra Elliott, a billionaire heiress with ghostly relatives who arrive to protect her at critical times, and who has psychic abilities Next is Julianna Lightfoot, whose father is a native American shaman and whose mother is Italian Both are marine biologists, and her family is protected by two spirit wolves, one black and the the other white.Their team is rounded out with several other char The Ship by Allan Krummeanacker is a contemporary fantasy with something for everyone, starting with Cassandra Elliott, a billionaire heiress with ghostly relatives who arrive to protect her at critical times, and who has psychic abilities Next is Julianna Lightfoot, whose father is a native American shaman and whose mother is Italian Both are marine biologists, and her family is protected by two spirit wolves, one black and the the other white.Their team is rounded out with several other characters with strange powers who might be aliens No vampires or werewolves.The antagonist is The Ship, a intelligence that for centuries has prowled the seas assimilating people and other ships into its composite intelligence, hive mind This sets the stage for an enormous battle.In addition to the epic battle, there is also the romance between Cassie and Julie, as each struggles with their personal fears of close relationships and coming out If you enjoy action that is a mixture of force and psychology, this is the book for you The battle pitches back and forth as each side discovers or reveals different powers, allies, and tactics From the first encounter to the last, the excitement builds until the climatic ending.I purchased this book onas a free kindle book


  4. John Maberry John Maberry says:

    A good follow up to The Bridge, also by this author A little slow and moderately confusing at the start with a Family History that functions as a prologue but isn t 100% tied into the rest of the story But other than that it moves along keeping interest and the virtual pages of a Kindle turning Cassandra fromThe Bridge is fully developed as the protagonist and her relationship with Julie, another character from the earlier book is a central feature Together with a whole host of other cha A good follow up to The Bridge, also by this author A little slow and moderately confusing at the start with a Family History that functions as a prologue but isn t 100% tied into the rest of the story But other than that it moves along keeping interest and the virtual pages of a Kindle turning Cassandra fromThe Bridge is fully developed as the protagonist and her relationship with Julie, another character from the earlier book is a central feature Together with a whole host of other characters they battle supernatural forces, some of which are associated with the ones from the earlier book While you can read this one without having read it s predecessor, I recommend reading the other one first If you re into fantasy, paranormal mild horror and a little romance thrown in, you will like this book I did


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The Ship What starts as a simple surfing lesson, turns into a struggle for survival for billionaire heiress Cassandra Elliott and her new love interest the Seneca shamaness Julie Cloudfoot Cassandra is knocked off her board by an unseen assailant that leaves a terrifying gash in her wetsuit, along with a small red mark on her leg Soon, terrifying visions of a ghost ship begin haunting the heiress dreams She begins to feel strangely drawn to the sea whenever a strange fogbank appears in the distance Is something hiding within the miasma, and what connection does it have to the legendary Lost Colony of Roanoke , and the tribe of Tuscarora indians, that Julie is distantly related to ❮EPUB❯ ✻ Poltergeist (Greywalker, ✶ Author Kat Richardson – 9facts.co.uk turns into a struggle for survival for billionaire heiress Cassandra Elliott and her new love interest the Seneca shamaness Julie Cloudfoot Cassandra is knocked off her board by an unseen assailant that leaves a terrifying gash in her wetsuit [BOOKS] ✬ OBaby Author Geoffrey Johnson – 9facts.co.uk along with a small red mark on her leg Soon [Epub] ➟ Defiant (MacKinnons Rangers, By Pamela Clare – 9facts.co.uk terrifying visions of a ghost ship begin haunting the heiress dreams She begins to feel strangely drawn to the sea whenever a strange fogbank appears in the distance Is something hiding within the miasma ✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ 21 Divisiones de Los Misterios Sanses By Ernesto Bravo Estrada ⚣ – 9facts.co.uk and what connection does it have to the legendary Lost Colony of Roanoke ➨ Nightfall (Dark Age Dawning, Ebook ➮ Author Ellen Connor – 9facts.co.uk and the tribe of Tuscarora indians ❮Reading❯ ➺ The Good Daughter ➲ Author Karin Slaughter – 9facts.co.uk that Julie is distantly related to


About the Author: Allan Krummenacker

I was born and raised on Long Island New York Always a dreamer I fell in love with Fantasy, Sci Fi, and Horror shows and movies Some of my favorite all time TV shows that I still watch on DVD are the original Dark Shadows, the original Twilight Zone series, Doctor Who, The Outer Limits original etc.I came to California in the mid 1980 s with my Mom and one of my brothers Once here, I fell in with a great crowd of Doctor Who fans who introduced me to other science fiction clubs and conventions It was while attending the Sacramento Doctor Who Fan Club that I met my wife Helen Together, we got into costuming and attending workshops where I learned a great deal from authors, actors, and those folks in the special effects departments All these experiences helped fire my imagination and I began writing short fan fic stories for the club newsletters.A few years ago my career in Real Estate took a downward spiral and I began to rewrite story lines of shows to keep my spirits up Soon I realized my rewriting efforts had taken on a completely different life from the original shows I was watching Eventually, I began taking the story lines I d created and re populated them with original characters of my own I brushed up on my grammar and began researching agents and publishing as well.The result was my Para Earth Series where I introduce both my characters and readers to a whole new take on the parallel world concept To date I ve produced two novels in this series and am currently working on my third book withcoming next year.So pull up a chair and sit back as I share with you tales of ghosts, psychics, and mysterious beings unlike anything you ve ever read before.