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"I stand by my decision that this would rock as a movie." - We All Dream Too Big

"You will be engrossed, you will be educated, and you will have a blast.  So what are you waiting for?" - Sassy Peach, Book Blogger

"More good urban fantasy action and I would happily read on in this series if the author brings out a third book." - Nicki J. Markus

"This book is great! Livvy is just so loveable. She's a shaman, and now she's even a famous shaman, but she's still the same down-to-earth, flawed, caring girl she's always been."  - Sarah Elizabeth's Bookshelf

"Green's characters have grown in their complexity and realism. Her protagonist and antagonist both harbor painful secrets which fuel their motives and actions in the story. The resolution of their conflict is immensely gratifying for its approach and in its execution." - New Podler Review
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review by . July 16, 2012
   If shamans can heal and drugs can convey them into mystical realms, why shouldn’t video technology do the same? This premise underlies M. Terry Green’s Shaman series, making Livvy Lawson’s healing journeys seem very immediate and real.  But what of the warnings, the things a shaman shouldn’t do? Wounds in the past can hurt a shaman as surely as they can the rest of us, and Livvy’s hurts might lead her in dangerous directions in this second novel.   …
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