5 Star Review: Tangents By Agatha Rae



Four uniquely incomparable people, Rick, Anna, Dan and Matylda each wake up in a separate part of a mysterious forest, unaware of their new surroundings, confused and in a state of panic after falling to sleep in their own worlds beforehand. It is not long before each of their paths cross and they soon discover they are all from different times, cities and even counties. Anna is from 2013, Rick is from 2001, Dan is from 2005 and Matylda is from 2004 and they have no clue about why they have all woken up in these endless woods with the unbearably hot sun that shows no signs of retiring. They decide to stick together in the hope that they can find a way out before it gets dark. In their journey for survival against many attacks from gigantic insects, enormous and deadly snakes and trees that come alive that try to strangle them with their roots. They soon discover they need to find refuge that will protect them from the strange forces of Mother Nature before they can figure a way out of this strange sphere without losing their lives.
On their journey to safety they all learn a little about one another as each of them have a distinctive back story. As the story unfolds it becomes clear that each and every one of them seem to be experiencing some kind of turmoil with their loved ones. Anna eventually develops a devastating theory why they are all there and convinces the others that they all share links to overwhelming events in history that will soon take place and they need to get out of this place ASAP. But their biggest obstacle is how to get back to their lives in time to prevent the people they love from what is about to take place.
A highly entertaining and addictive story with plenty of twists and turns to keep the reader guessing why these four uniquely different people have been brought together with an unexpected and breathtakingly good ending that will prompt any reader to wait anxiously for the second instalment.
My Ranking: 5 Stars
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