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Tori Reviews – The Price Of Admission

 The Price Of Admission by Sylvia Shults

  • Paperback:200 pages
  • Publisher:PublishAmerica (July 8, 2003)
  • Language:English
  • ISBN-10:1592868479
  • ISBN-13: 978-1592868476

Book Description:

“Music touches our hearts, molds our lives, strengthens our souls. For Jessica Taylor, though, life has become monotonous, a simple tune played over and over to the point of exhaustion. Then she meets Max, a gifted musician, who brings the melody back into her life. But Max is hiding his own secrets…like the fact that he’s a three-hundred-year-old immortal. It’s the power of music that gives Max his eternal youth, and the power of music that draws Max and Jessica closer together. But as Jessica finds herself falling for Max, circumstances threaten to destroy their newfound happiness. Ghosts from Max’s long past return to haunt them both. Will the secrets of Max’s past drive them apart? What chance does a mortal woman have to gain the love of an immortal? Will the price of admission be more than either of them can bear?”

My Thoughts:

I didn’t know what to expect when I read this book. It was a very slow read for me and I had a problem with keeping myself interested in the book. The book was so hard to follow and alot of what happened wasn’t really explained. The author did have a good story idea though. Jessica time travels to the past and meets Max, an immortal whom she falls in love with. Max loves music which makes him strong and keeps him young. There was alot of going back to the past when Max was explaining things to Jessica.

The more time that Jessica and Max spend together, the more he realizes he is in love with her, but he knows he has no future with her. I did not feel the chemistry between Max and Jessica. There just wasn’t anything between them. The author did not make me feel like they were connected and in love. I wanted to like the story but I couldn’t. There was no action or excitement in the book and it did not hold my interest. I felt like it was pretty boring.


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September 19, 2011 - Posted by | Reviews | , ,

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