Alright everyone…this was was something completely different, and it was wonderful! You get to choose which way you want to read this one. You can read it the regular old way, front to back…OR you can be adventurous and read it the Baronness’ sequence way. I chose adventure 😉, because seriously, I can read a book from front to back any old time, but bouncing around is something rare!
Crossings is a story about the journey of two souls through a multitude of bodies trying to right a wrong. If you read this the chronological way, it is a book broken into three separate stories. I did not choose to read it this way, so I don’t have a lot of information on the experience of reading it like this. I chose the Baronness’ sequence. Reading the story this way, at the end of a chapter, it will send you to a new page number. When that chapter is over, you jump to a new spot in the book, all the way through.
I have to say, I really enjoyed reading the story this way. It created one seamless story that really answered questions that I had as the story progressed. I would definitely recommend being adventurous and reading this way!
This story was fantastically written. The story weaves around in time, so when I had a question about something in one person’s life, later in the story, I would find out what happened. It always left me feeling so satisfied! This author did an amazing job creating such an intricate timeline and characters. It was completely amazing!
Overall, I loved this book. The story was fascinating and utterly engrossing. I felt completely fulfilled after reading this. I closed the book thinking that this is how all books should end. It was amazing.
To Read or Not To Read:
I would recommend