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Summary

Cassandra Collins is forced to make a choice. She can do what she's told and have a safe, protected life. Or she can strike out on her own and make her own way.

Cassandra chooses the easy path and regrets it her whole life.

Until she dies and wakes up in her 18-year-old body, on the cusp of that same decision.

What would you do if you could do it all again?

Includes a special bonus note read by the author.

©2018 Shawn Inmon (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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Old Rope

didn't seem to be a lot of effort to this one, unfortunately felt like a commercial decision by the author to spin this series out, I have really enjoyed the series and would recommend highly, sorry but this one left me flat 😐

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Ok

I am working my way through this series of books- this one is ok but not as good as some of the others!!

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1st or 2nd time around...

If you were young in the 60s, you'll love this story. If you weren't you'll wish you were. Starting in Middle Falls, Cassandra takes a trip or two, and you'll love her company all the way.
As always with Shawn Inmon's stories it's difficult to resist continuing to the next chapter, and this time is no different. But isn't each time different in Middle Falls?
Loved it (and again each time I read it)

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Still so good many books into the series

These stories are so engaging and they make you think about life and the possibilities in a different way even if we don't have the luxury of do-overs.

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  • F. Bailey
  • 07-05-19

One of these things is not like the others

I have to agree with the other reviewer that pointed out this book is not indicative of the prior books in the series. It does not focus much on the time travel aspect, which is what drew me to the series to begin with. We don’t have the multiple tries to get things right or the frequent references to advanced knowledge of historical events or cultural changes. It is basically one restart and then a story of that life. Understand, it was an interesting life, adventurous, but that is not what I was looking for in a time travel story.

I will state that I have thoroughly enjoyed the other books in the series. I also enjoy the authors comments at the end of the books discussing his real life inspirations for characters and story lines. I look forward to the next books in the series, and I hope the time travel well has not run dry.

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  • Stevie D.
  • 18-04-19

Shawn Inmon does it again!

This is one of my favorite books in this series. Once again excellent writing and the narrator did a wonderful job. I can’t wait until the next one comes out on Audible. I was lucky that I didn’t discover series until there were six books already on audible.So I listened to them all very quickly. I got spoiled. So now I wait (im)patiently for the series to continue. 😩

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  • Abby
  • 10-05-21

Main Character is not Likeable

Unlike most of Inmon's characters, Cassandra is not likeable. She was 70 when her first life ended, but she acts like a thoughtless and rather stupid teenager. Definitely not the brightest light on the tree. I'm about 5 hours into this one and giving it up. Hard pass. Narrator didn't help.

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  • Mary D
  • 09-05-21

A total disappointment

I started the story totally loving Cassandra and hoped her second time around would make her a much more interesting and accomplished woman. Instead, she started her second life not using one bit of her 70 year old knowledge and experience. Too bad about this story, because it had promise.

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  • L Hartford
  • 27-05-21

The narrator ruined it for me

I am not even sure if I liked the book. One hour in and I couldn’t stand the narration. The inflections of her voice were taking me out of the story. I made it through the end only because I wanted to see where it was going. But I was happy to finish it. I don’t know if it’s the narrator or the story, but this is my least favorite book in the series so far. There were some interesting parts, but I could not focus when every sentence ended with a high pitch. I wish I would have had the time to grab the actual book and read it.

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  • Rsternfels
  • 08-07-20

Way off course

If you can, skip this and go to the next one. It's not about the do over which makes things interesting. She dies and comes back and becomes a hippie. She lives her ONE life as a hippie. Does not belong in the series at all

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  • Mandy
  • 18-05-19

Love the book, but the narrator...

A narrator can ruin an amazing book. I loved the book, but I almost couldn’t make it through because this lady’s voice and intonation/inflection drove me up the wall. I’m a busy mom with no time to sit and read so I listen while doing chores or driving, otherwise, I’d have returned it and bought the physical book instead of fighting through.

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  • B. Smith
  • 01-05-19

Not as good as the rest of the series

I have really enjoyed the Middle Falls series and the stories of people finding the right path, even if it takes many lives. This one amounts to a story about someone’s life. Every time it could be interesting, it fails. I know anyone that has gotten this far in the series will push through this one but I sure hope the next is more interesting.

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  • J. T. Carter
  • 18-04-19

Loved it!

Not as wild or as fun as some in the series but still a top notch book overall. I truly enjoy everyone book in the series though. Can't wait for the next installment! ~ JTC ~

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  • Honey Pye
  • 07-07-22

Lacking!

This book started off great but it didn't seem to go anywhere of great absorption. At some points it seemed that the story would go in one exciting direction then it doesn't and just runs out of steam.
I don't really understand the point of this story in this series as there wasn't any great or important learning moments, or much topics of interest, it's just a mundane existence, even the ending was flat.
I adore these books and I've read all of them up until now, and this is only the second one that has disappointed me, but it won't stop me from going on to the next one.
I can understand how a writer can get a bit of burn out when they write as many books with the same theme, and same kind of people. Maybe a bit more diversity in the people might have made things more interesting!