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One past. Two girls. Infinite futures. As far as anyone in New Seattle knows, Dorothy has disappeared. The stowaway from 1913, the girl that Ash maybe—possibly—could’ve loved: she’s gone. And in her place is bloodthirsty Quinn Fox, silver-haired and vicious. But even though he saw her fall through the anilon their last ill-fated mission through time, Ash can’t stop himself One past. Two girls. Infinite futures. As far as anyone in New Seattle knows, Dorothy has disappeared. The stowaway from 1913, the girl that Ash maybe—possibly—could’ve loved: she’s gone. And in her place is bloodthirsty Quinn Fox, silver-haired and vicious. But even though he saw her fall through the anilon their last ill-fated mission through time, Ash can’t stop himself from looking for Dorothy around every dark corner. What he doesn’t know, though, is that the girl he fell in love with is the very same one who is fated to kill him. As Ash and his friends grow increasingly desperate searching for a way to head off the devastating earthquake threatening to tear down New Seattle for good, Quinn and Roman are working to take down mob boss Mac Murphy, who is attempting to use them to control time travel for his own selfish purposes. When they collide, can they change the course of the future entirely?


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One past. Two girls. Infinite futures. As far as anyone in New Seattle knows, Dorothy has disappeared. The stowaway from 1913, the girl that Ash maybe—possibly—could’ve loved: she’s gone. And in her place is bloodthirsty Quinn Fox, silver-haired and vicious. But even though he saw her fall through the anilon their last ill-fated mission through time, Ash can’t stop himself One past. Two girls. Infinite futures. As far as anyone in New Seattle knows, Dorothy has disappeared. The stowaway from 1913, the girl that Ash maybe—possibly—could’ve loved: she’s gone. And in her place is bloodthirsty Quinn Fox, silver-haired and vicious. But even though he saw her fall through the anilon their last ill-fated mission through time, Ash can’t stop himself from looking for Dorothy around every dark corner. What he doesn’t know, though, is that the girl he fell in love with is the very same one who is fated to kill him. As Ash and his friends grow increasingly desperate searching for a way to head off the devastating earthquake threatening to tear down New Seattle for good, Quinn and Roman are working to take down mob boss Mac Murphy, who is attempting to use them to control time travel for his own selfish purposes. When they collide, can they change the course of the future entirely?

30 review for Twisted Fates

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lucy Buller

    I NEED THIS NOW

  2. 5 out of 5

    Katerina Kondrenko

    5.9 out of 10 Ugh, I almost lost my interest in this series because of romance but the plot gave me new twits and here I am waiting for the next installment. I also wish the characters' motivations were better thought-out. 5.9 out of 10 Ugh, I almost lost my interest in this series because of romance but the plot gave me new twits and here I am waiting for the next installment. I also wish the characters' motivations were better thought-out.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Stay Fetters

    "How do you frighten frightening people? You become frightening yourself." Twisted Fates was a book that I needed right after I finished reading Stolen Time. The ending to the first book shocked me and this one ended the same way. I devoured both of these books and I’m bloodthirsty for more. These adventurous time travelers are back and they’re raising all kinds of hell. Not only do deathly fates come true but they see the future and it shocks them to their core. The Dark Stars series is my absolu "How do you frighten frightening people? You become frightening yourself." Twisted Fates was a book that I needed right after I finished reading Stolen Time. The ending to the first book shocked me and this one ended the same way. I devoured both of these books and I’m bloodthirsty for more. These adventurous time travelers are back and they’re raising all kinds of hell. Not only do deathly fates come true but they see the future and it shocks them to their core. The Dark Stars series is my absolute favorite in this genre. They just keep getting better and better. Even though we find out who Quinn really is, you’re hooked into seeing all the evil things she comes up with next. It was maddening, stunning, and totally phenomenal. Twisted Fates was amazing. I can’t get over at how hooked I became with these books. I felt like a wolf hunting for blood and I couldn’t get enough. Now I’m impatiently waiting for book three. "Close your windows tight, little children, the Fox and Crow are scratching at the glass...."

  4. 4 out of 5

    Monogamist

    HOLY MOTHER FORKING SHIRTBALLS... what just happened? What did I read?? That last chapter?? Is it for real?? Excuse me Ms Rollins, Harper Teen... Can I have the third book like right now?? 😱😱

  5. 5 out of 5

    Panna Fox

    I have made a huge mistake: I thought it was a duology and could not understand why the plot was getting thicker and thicker at the end instead of giving me answers I was dying for. ⠀ Ha! The answer is bitter-sweet: yey, I will get one more of these amazing books (it should be way more popular, I do not understand why it is not, honestly. Beautiful covers of truly great books, c'mon people!). But there is the bitter part, too: I have to wait for the final book (wait, I hope I am assuming it right I have made a huge mistake: I thought it was a duology and could not understand why the plot was getting thicker and thicker at the end instead of giving me answers I was dying for. ⠀ Ha! The answer is bitter-sweet: yey, I will get one more of these amazing books (it should be way more popular, I do not understand why it is not, honestly. Beautiful covers of truly great books, c'mon people!). But there is the bitter part, too: I have to wait for the final book (wait, I hope I am assuming it right and it is a trilogy!) and all I want is to know: will they figure the time-travel and the consequences it gives? Will Dorothy get her happy ending? Will Ash be able to change his future? I have already reviewed the first book: Stolen Time if you want to find out how the journey starts. But make no mistake: Twisted Fates is equally good and it deserves so much more attention. If you like YA, time-travelling, great plot-twists (or all of the above) this is a book for you!⠀

  6. 4 out of 5

    Annette

    Ever since I read the first book, which was included in the Book Box Club, I was already really looking forward to the second book. There were so many questions unanswered and there were so many unexpected twists and turns. I just HAD to know where this would all go, how this would end, where this would lead. I will start with the bad news: Although this book does give a few answers, it comes with loads and loads more questions, a few very surprising reveals and even more twists and turns. But I Ever since I read the first book, which was included in the Book Box Club, I was already really looking forward to the second book. There were so many questions unanswered and there were so many unexpected twists and turns. I just HAD to know where this would all go, how this would end, where this would lead. I will start with the bad news: Although this book does give a few answers, it comes with loads and loads more questions, a few very surprising reveals and even more twists and turns. But I guess that's also the good news. This book is just as exciting and mind blowing as the first book in this series was and after the few revelations at the end I am even more looking forward to the next book. Sci-Fi is a hard genre to write, but Rollins really has it down. It never gets too complicated or scientific, but she did create a solid base for everything that's happening. Therefore the book never feels unhinged, or unrealistic. Of course, the dystopia is only one of the many possible scenario's and a lot of this is currently just theoretic talking, but it feels scientificly right anyway. It feels like there are rules and those rules are being followed, although a little stretched at times. However, the true stars of this book, no matter how awesome the science, the mystery and the revelations are, are the characters. I love Dorothy and Ash, together, but also apart. Although their romance is certainly a big part of the story, it's not everything. They are two separate characters with their own stories and backgrounds and motives and chances. And although they cross paths a lot of times, their characters don't depend on each other, something I truly enjoy. And now I will count down the days until the next book comes out. I hope it will be in 2021!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Caden

    4/5 Stars! I really loved the first book in this series, and I really enjoyed this book as well! I think this is a really well plotted time travel story. I usually don't love books that have to do with time travel, but this series continues to impress me. I am super excited to see where the series goes next! Thanks for reading! Caden 4/5 Stars! I really loved the first book in this series, and I really enjoyed this book as well! I think this is a really well plotted time travel story. I usually don't love books that have to do with time travel, but this series continues to impress me. I am super excited to see where the series goes next! Thanks for reading! Caden

  8. 4 out of 5

    Samm | Sassenach the Book Wizard

    *gasps* there had better be another book! I like Dorothy so much more in this book. She became an actual character and not just some lovesick puppy with a background in cons. The full cast was just far more interesting to follow and I loved the conflicts we run into with trying to change events with time travel.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Elissa Wolff

    Loved the first book and devoured this one. Although, I am extremely confused about the ending. My only complaint about this story is that I wish there were more fans so I could talk with them and theorize about what the heck is going on!!! I feel a little dumb lol but I’m just wanting moooore! Can’t wait till book 3!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    This book was good. What an ending !! I need book 3 like right now

  11. 4 out of 5

    Perry Matlin

    Amazing! 4.5 Stars!!!! When can I have book 3 in my hands???????

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sparrow

    This volume was a real disappointment compared to the first book. I felt like I read a book in an entirely different series. My main problem was that I can no longer recognize Dorothy. Somehow, in the space of a year, she has become a villain. And I simply cannot understand why. Why does she not want to reach back out to Ash and the gang? Why? WHY? That is the trigger to her sticking with the Black Circus, for leading them, and for, apparently, being sympathetic to Roman's plot (which, hey, isn't This volume was a real disappointment compared to the first book. I felt like I read a book in an entirely different series. My main problem was that I can no longer recognize Dorothy. Somehow, in the space of a year, she has become a villain. And I simply cannot understand why. Why does she not want to reach back out to Ash and the gang? Why? WHY? That is the trigger to her sticking with the Black Circus, for leading them, and for, apparently, being sympathetic to Roman's plot (which, hey, isn't really a bad plot, is it? Since he wants to help people before the quake and also, ultimately, (view spoiler)[ help his sister (hide spoiler)] .) But I still don't understand why. She isn't mad at Ash. She doesn't disbelieve in whatever they were doing. So why? There is no reason for her to be a villain. (honestly, we never see any of the Black Circus doing villainous things - so why were they so feared in the first book? Again, I feel like I'm reading a different book) The introduction of Mac as the new villain was really eye-rolling. Ho boy, a dirty, ruthless, money-hungry pimp as the villain. Never heard of that one. I'm quaking in my quarantined living room. I missed our other characters, who conveniently fell away from most of the narrative. I did enjoy more insight to the professor's diary and explanation of time travel. And, admittedly, I was intrigued by the climax at the end of the novel. It's enough for me to want to finish the series. But I do hope the final book is better than this one was.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Amanda (MetalPhantasmReads)

    *Library audio book* **3.5 stars but rounded up to a 4 due to the ending chapters** What the crap just happened?! I have a theory that I'm pretty sure is true but how are things going to end?? I liked how twisty things got and I can't wait for the final book. While the first half was a bit dry, this is still a good and underrated series for YA sci-fi. I liked the first book more, since I thought the pacing was better and the characters felt more layered and richer, but still a good sequel with maj *Library audio book* **3.5 stars but rounded up to a 4 due to the ending chapters** What the crap just happened?! I have a theory that I'm pretty sure is true but how are things going to end?? I liked how twisty things got and I can't wait for the final book. While the first half was a bit dry, this is still a good and underrated series for YA sci-fi. I liked the first book more, since I thought the pacing was better and the characters felt more layered and richer, but still a good sequel with major questions/cliffhanger to go for the last book. Review to come on the blog after my blogging hiatus!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sam

    Jesus these books love painful cliffhangers. I truly adored this book almost as much as the first one. Ash and Dorothy have my heart. (Impressive with a het pairing.) The only negative thing I have to say is that I wish we got more Chandra, Willis, and Zora. I need Dark Stars NOW. How am I supposed to wait until March??

  15. 5 out of 5

    Morgan | Mashleas Reads

    4.5 stars!! What can I say, my mind is blown. This was an excellent sequel in a thrilling series. I was completely captivated by the first book and this book kept me guessing the entire time. I lived for each page and now I CANNOT wait to read the next book.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Wonda

    4...Better than the debut novel, hooked to time travel! And that ending!!! Seriously, when is the next one?

  17. 4 out of 5

    Katherine Paschal

    Time travel makes everything delightfully complicated! I love how the author twists the reader and the characters all up until who knows what is real. I'm excited to see how the trilogy will end Time travel makes everything delightfully complicated! I love how the author twists the reader and the characters all up until who knows what is real. I'm excited to see how the trilogy will end

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jess ✩

    I am confused and yet intrigued at the same time. Also, none of this made sense.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Hilary

    After the shocking end of the first book (Stolen Time), I could not wait to pick this one up. And I was not disappointed. Exciting, surprising, and full of characters you want to root for. After the shocking end of the first book (Stolen Time), I could not wait to pick this one up. And I was not disappointed. Exciting, surprising, and full of characters you want to root for.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Claudia Decada

    "In a love story, there’s always a moment near the end of the movie when the protagonist has to make a choice. Either she does the easy thing and life continues as usual, or she does the hard thing and everything changes. She faces her fears and winds up with everything she ever wanted." "This isn’t a love story" Khe?! 🤨🙃 Alguien entrégueme el siguiente libro 😫 "In a love story, there’s always a moment near the end of the movie when the protagonist has to make a choice. Either she does the easy thing and life continues as usual, or she does the hard thing and everything changes. She faces her fears and winds up with everything she ever wanted." "This isn’t a love story" Khe?! 🤨🙃 Alguien entrégueme el siguiente libro 😫

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    This one might be a shorter review, as I came into this series as a newcomer and don't have a ton to say about it. While I thought it was interesting and decently written, I can't say that I had a particularly strong reaction to it either way. It was more middle of the road for me, though I do think some of the concepts explored in it are interesting. At the risk of rambling on for too long, however, let me get into this review. Twisted Fates is told from the point of view of two young teens: As This one might be a shorter review, as I came into this series as a newcomer and don't have a ton to say about it. While I thought it was interesting and decently written, I can't say that I had a particularly strong reaction to it either way. It was more middle of the road for me, though I do think some of the concepts explored in it are interesting. At the risk of rambling on for too long, however, let me get into this review. Twisted Fates is told from the point of view of two young teens: Ash and Dorothy. In this sequel to Stolen Time, Dorothy has found herself at the head of a ruthless futuristic gang known as the Black Cirkus, whose ultimate goal seems to be to bring back equipment and tech from the past to improve the lives of those in the present. Ash, meanwhile, has been desperately searching for Dorothy, a girl he met in 1913 who he may or may not be in love with. What Ash doesn't know, however, is that Dorothy has teamed up with his former friend Roman to become Quinn Fox, the bloodthirsty leader of the Black Cirkus. She is also the one fated to kill him, though she doesn't yet know it. As their paths collide, the two begin to unravel the mystery of time travel, and learn that the very fate of their world hangs in the balance. For starters, I thought this book had a unique setting and premise. It's set in 2077 in New Seattle, a city that has been devastated by earthquakes that have taken out much of the population and left the city in a dystopian state. Though I jumped into this series in the second book of the series, I was able to piece together what had happened in the first book through context clues and exposition. From what I understand, Roman and Ash were once good friends studying time travel under a man named Professor Walker. During a trip to the past to find his missing mentor, Ash encountered Dorothy, and the two formed an instant connection. For whatever reason, however, Ash chose not to take Dorothy with him to the future, and she jumped through an anil (or time travel portal) to reach his current time. Now in 2077, she has teamed up with Roman and the Black Cirkus to forge her own destiny. Like I said, this book has a cool premise. Any time I see a book about time travel, I'm usually both intrigued and a bit confused. Time travel is a hard concept to master, especially in YA, and the paradoxes involved usually leave me with a headache. While I was mildly interested, I couldn't bring myself to really care about these characters, likely because I hadn't read the first book first. In an effort to be gracious to the author's hard work, I will attribute my lack of interest to the fact that I came in with a blank slate and no knowledge of these characters. That being said, I did really enjoy some of the characters, the intelligent and feisty Zora being my favorite of the bunch. Ash and Roman also seemed interesting, and I liked seeing their "friends to enemies" dynamic play out throughout the story. I also enjoyed the romantic subplot, as I am usually a sucker for romance, especially romance that seems muddied and complicated. I liked that the two lovers had somehow found themselves on the opposite sides of a major conflict, but that they still longed for one another. I also love the twist of knowing that Dorothy will somehow be the one to kill Ash, but neither character knows how it will happen. That added a whole new layer of intrigue and suspense to the plot. While I'll admit I was a little lost at times (I didn't know who all of the characters were, and I had to backtrack to remember certain plot points for the twists to hit), I really liked the "forbidden romance" dynamic the two leads had. While the writing in this book is by no means bad, it wasn't spectacular either. The characters didn't feel fully fleshed out, and none of them ever felt truly authentic. While there were certain moments when I felt a lot of empathy for some of them (Roman's history with his sister was particularly depressing), I had a hard time feeling particularly invested in any of them. Again, this could be because I was jumping in on the second book, but it overall felt very middle of the road. There was some interesting stuff going on with the professor's logs and Nikola Tesla, but there wasn't nearly as much as I would've liked to further the plot and reveal secrets. Sadly, I don't have much more to say about this book, as it didn't hit me particularly hard in either direction. I didn't absolutely hate it, but I feel no need to gush about it either. It's simply an average dystopian/time travel YA novel. While I do believe teen fans of sci fi and fantasy will enjoy it (especially if they love time travel plots), it wasn't necessarily for me. I was, however, intrigued enough to want to know what happens with Ash and Dorothy, so I might just read the third book sometime in the future (if I can find time amidst my giant stack of books). For now, however, I will leave this particular series in the past.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Alexiani G

    I’m still thinking of this books rating. While I was reading this book I got interrupted multiple times so I couldn’t finish it more quickly. Maybe I’ll give it 3 stars but right now I don’t know if is me hating the book and its story or if is really the book. I have one word to describe how I felt while reading this book: frustrated. Again, I don’t know how to describe this but this book can be read so easily. The chapters are way short, the story is absolutely not complicated, is super easy to f I’m still thinking of this books rating. While I was reading this book I got interrupted multiple times so I couldn’t finish it more quickly. Maybe I’ll give it 3 stars but right now I don’t know if is me hating the book and its story or if is really the book. I have one word to describe how I felt while reading this book: frustrated. Again, I don’t know how to describe this but this book can be read so easily. The chapters are way short, the story is absolutely not complicated, is super easy to follow because the writer pretty much tells you everything, there isn’t that much to the characters to know and there aren’t that much characters. All of this put together made this book quicker, as in, you can read in an hour in a half 50% of the book or more. I totally knew the professor wasn’t dead and like I said the writer tells you everything so it wasn’t that hard to find out they were the cause of the earthquakes I don’t know how to say this but, so many things happened in this book but at the same time none of them were really important. This book is filled with unnecessary events, things that could have been avoided by just speaking, talking, I mean have you heard the word communication? Because I think not. I don’t see the point in going over and over the same things. The problem are the earthquakes and other than discovering the cause of them, they aren’t doing anything to stop them or to work together to stop them. I was frustrated at the stupidity of these people. In the last book we had a little bit of Zora, we had Ash and Dorothy, a glimpse of the rest of the team and the professor. In this book we have the same but now we get to know Roman only to have him freaking killed!!! I’ll repeat. I don’t know if is me or the book. The story and the book itself are easy to read but everything that happens in it is just dumb. And with the clues the book gives you I’m 90% sure Ash is not dead and if he is I don’t freaking know what the point on killing him was. I didn’t stop reading this book because to be honest I wanted to know what the point of everything was but I was FRUSTRATED to see how the entire book is a consequence of stupid decisions. So I guess I’ll be a masochist and wait for the other book.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Si-Sena

    This was definitely better than the first book, just as I hoped! More depth to the story, more exciting travels between the past and the future, easier to visualise in my head, more surprises. So I think it worths to put one more star :) Only subject that preoccupied my mind was the incoherence between the theory of nonlinear time-prememory-changeable future paradox. If what is going to happen is going it happen, it goes hand in hand with nonlinear time because it has already happened. But if a s This was definitely better than the first book, just as I hoped! More depth to the story, more exciting travels between the past and the future, easier to visualise in my head, more surprises. So I think it worths to put one more star :) Only subject that preoccupied my mind was the incoherence between the theory of nonlinear time-prememory-changeable future paradox. If what is going to happen is going it happen, it goes hand in hand with nonlinear time because it has already happened. But if a single thing creates a butterfly effect and changes the future then it means our actions change the path all the time and you'll never know how things will end up, just like chaos theory. So there's no such a certain future, it gets shaped all the time and you can't have a definite prememory. It's only one of the possibilities. So these three, nonlinear time - prememory - changeable future can't really work out together. Apart from that, the book flowed well and I can't help but had the feeling that if these two books were one, it would have been better. Trying to make a trilogy or a series with more books sometimes steals from the flow of the story - if you really haven't planned every detail before deciding on the number of the books. That's my feeling, highly subjective :) After reading this I wanted to read the third one so you can say these books deserves a chance :)

  24. 5 out of 5

    Celeste

    I love how this book gave me déjà vu. I think that’s exactly what the second installment of a time travel novel should do. I’m especially impressed with how the author managed to do it without it feeling redundant. I found myself cross referencing my highlights in the previous book in the hopes of finding clues about the intricacies of time travel in their world. I had the feeling that something was off from the start. I’m impressed with how the author managed to pull off such a feat. Things tru I love how this book gave me déjà vu. I think that’s exactly what the second installment of a time travel novel should do. I’m especially impressed with how the author managed to do it without it feeling redundant. I found myself cross referencing my highlights in the previous book in the hopes of finding clues about the intricacies of time travel in their world. I had the feeling that something was off from the start. I’m impressed with how the author managed to pull off such a feat. Things truly were not as they seemed and the plot twists were impressive. I remember being frustrated by the miscommunication between characters. I could not for the life of me make sense of two of the characters. I was only able to understand one of them by the end of the book. The last chapter felt like it was copied and pasted felt from a draft of book three and didn’t fit properly. The contrast was jarring. The author manages to answer questions one might have from book one while presenting new mysteries. Upon completion of the book I found myself thinking about time travel paradoxes presented in other six-fi novels (by authors like Ted Chiang and Blake Crouch). I think the series is re-read worthy and I am looking forward to the third book.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Rajasree Jayaram

    Oh. My. GOD. what kind of an ending is that?! How long do I have to wait for the next book? Will I be alive until then or will the suspense kill me? Aarrrggghhh. Events moved quite swiftly in this book, with brief flashbacks to how Quinn got her reputation and the Black Cirkus because what it is. Meanwhile Ash and his friends are frantically trying to decipher the Professor's notes and figure out anything that can help. In the process of doing so, Zora uncovers a pattern that brings a devastating Oh. My. GOD. what kind of an ending is that?! How long do I have to wait for the next book? Will I be alive until then or will the suspense kill me? Aarrrggghhh. Events moved quite swiftly in this book, with brief flashbacks to how Quinn got her reputation and the Black Cirkus because what it is. Meanwhile Ash and his friends are frantically trying to decipher the Professor's notes and figure out anything that can help. In the process of doing so, Zora uncovers a pattern that brings a devastating realisation. Quinn and Roman have troubles of their own, with the other members of the gang having little loyalty towards them, eager to switch sides given incentive. The main narrative is interspersed with log entries of the Professor and his various experiments and conclusions with time travel. It's a mad whirl of loops within loops, everything's happening the way it is because it has already happened. What will you do next? The final revelation did not come as a surprise to me, but I have no idea what's gonna happen next. Eagerly awaiting the conclusion!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Gwen :)

    ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ (4/5) Twisted Fates by Danielle Rollins {possible spoilers for Stolen Time} Synopsis: While everyone thinks Dorothy has disappeared, lost to the void of time travel, that isn’t the case. After crash-landing in the future a year before her friends, Dorothy has turned herself into the bloodthirsty Quinn Fox and aligned herself with the very people Ash and her old friends are against. With the date of his fated death at the hands of Quinn Fox growing closer, Ash and his friends search for D ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ (4/5) Twisted Fates by Danielle Rollins {possible spoilers for Stolen Time} Synopsis: While everyone thinks Dorothy has disappeared, lost to the void of time travel, that isn’t the case. After crash-landing in the future a year before her friends, Dorothy has turned herself into the bloodthirsty Quinn Fox and aligned herself with the very people Ash and her old friends are against. With the date of his fated death at the hands of Quinn Fox growing closer, Ash and his friends search for Dorothy, not knowing that the very girl he loves is the one destined to kill him. With the increasing threat of future earthquakes and a rebellious public, both Ash and Dorothy have their own problems to deal with. But what if they can’t stop thinking about each other? My Review: While I didn’t enjoy this book as much as the first one, I still had a blast reading it. After that twist ending in the last book, I couldn’t wait for the next one. While I was a bit disappointed that the story jumped forward a year, failing to describe Dorothy’s transformation to Quinn and how she gained her position, I was willing to forgive that. I liked that we got to learn more about the future before the disastrous earthquake. During the many trips to the past (which I loved!), some of them were to a few years before the earthquake, to a shining city that one would expect in 2077. I really liked how Roman’s character was explored and I started to really like him. Similar to the first book, there were journal entries from the Professor that explored the theories and extents of time travel. These parts were some of my favorites from the book. Overall, I this felt like a “middle book,” lacking in action a bit and mostly setting up for the third book. However, it was still an enjoyable story and filled with time travel fun. With another cliffhanger ending, I am looking forward to the final book in this series! ~ Gwen (my instagram)

  27. 4 out of 5

    Zaneta I'm Fully Booked

    So... I'm low key obsessed with this series and with Dorothy as the main character. Stolen Time really took me by surprise. But after loving the first book so much I should've known I'll love this one just as much... and yet. It still surprised me. Especially that ending. Dorothy is definitely one of my favourite female protagonists now. She does an absolute 180 since the first book (reminds me a bit of Enne Salta from Ace of Shades) and she grows into and incredible badass and I love her. The t So... I'm low key obsessed with this series and with Dorothy as the main character. Stolen Time really took me by surprise. But after loving the first book so much I should've known I'll love this one just as much... and yet. It still surprised me. Especially that ending. Dorothy is definitely one of my favourite female protagonists now. She does an absolute 180 since the first book (reminds me a bit of Enne Salta from Ace of Shades) and she grows into and incredible badass and I love her. The time travel aspect is fantastic. I love the way it works and that it makes sense (at least in my head). I will keep saying it until I'm blue in the face, but I love time travel and especially time travel that's well done! Give me more! The world gets a lot more expanded in this one, too, and I'm living for it. I didn't even much mind the romance aspect because it was overshadowed by literally everything else. That is literally how I like all of the stories to be! I can't wait for the last book. Ms Rollins left it on such a cliffhanger...

  28. 5 out of 5

    Célia

    It’s again a 5 out of 5 for this second volume!!! It is with great pleasure that I started this second book. There, I found the addictive pen of Danielle Rollins, the intriguing story and the characters of Ash and Dorothy that I love so much! As with the first volume, this volume ends with an end that turns our heads, brings us a lot of new questions and makes me want to pull my hair out!!! Because I'm in shock. Honestly, there's a lot going on in this book. As much the first volume was rather in It’s again a 5 out of 5 for this second volume!!! It is with great pleasure that I started this second book. There, I found the addictive pen of Danielle Rollins, the intriguing story and the characters of Ash and Dorothy that I love so much! As with the first volume, this volume ends with an end that turns our heads, brings us a lot of new questions and makes me want to pull my hair out!!! Because I'm in shock. Honestly, there's a lot going on in this book. As much the first volume was rather introduced, as much, the events follow one another in the second volume, some of which literally tore my heart. Rarely have I been so frustrated while reading a book!!! In short, some big events are happening in this volume, some of which I'm not sure I'll be recovering, I can't wait to read more! I hope that the sequel will not be long in coming out in my country! This saga is without a doubt one of my all-favorites!!!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Barger

    I choked down Twisted Fates in less than 24 hours; what can I say, once I picked it up I just couldn't picked it down. Admittedly, I had been quite desperate for a long time to see Shannon's story line resolved (so needless to say, when I got my hands on this book it was on! Without giving a whole lot away, Shannon had obviously been living in a sort of limbo for a while, living with both the physical and mental scars inflicted upon her by Brian, before Lindsay, once again, steps in to save her. I choked down Twisted Fates in less than 24 hours; what can I say, once I picked it up I just couldn't picked it down. Admittedly, I had been quite desperate for a long time to see Shannon's story line resolved (so needless to say, when I got my hands on this book it was on! Without giving a whole lot away, Shannon had obviously been living in a sort of limbo for a while, living with both the physical and mental scars inflicted upon her by Brian, before Lindsay, once again, steps in to save her. This story is very much one of redemption (for Lindsay) and hope (for Shannon), giving both the opportunity to move forward together (along with one super hot addition, Damian). If you're a fan of the Pleasure House universe, Twisted Fates is a MUST.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    I grew to hate Dorothy even more in this book. She is incredibly weak (in every sense of the word) and shortsighted and very, very stupid. I kept waiting for some truth to be revealed that would cast all her selfish actions in a better light, but she just gets progressively more awful throughout the book. The only reason I keep reading (and the only reason this wasn't a 1-star read) is because the time travel aspect is very interesting and unique, and the supporting characters are all great (with I grew to hate Dorothy even more in this book. She is incredibly weak (in every sense of the word) and shortsighted and very, very stupid. I kept waiting for some truth to be revealed that would cast all her selfish actions in a better light, but she just gets progressively more awful throughout the book. The only reason I keep reading (and the only reason this wasn't a 1-star read) is because the time travel aspect is very interesting and unique, and the supporting characters are all great (with the exception of (view spoiler)[Roman, who I was happy to finally see die. (hide spoiler)] ) I also really like Ash, even if I don't understand how he "fell in love" with Dorothy so fast. Especially when she's such an evil bitch. He deserves a better love interest.

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