Review of ‘Glassford Girl’

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Emily Heart has a problem—a big problem. While she’d like to live a normal life, she has the ability to see things for brief periods through other peoples’ eyes. Moreover, when she becomes excited, she jumps through time, arriving at random places in the future, naked and alone.

Emily is now several years into her future, hunted by a reporter who wants to reveal her secret, wanted by the cops who want to question the strange naked girl who keeps showing up at crime scenes and then disappearing, and haunted by what’s happened to her.

Glassford Girl is book one in the Emily Heart Time Jumper series by Jay J. Falconer. It is a paranormal roller coaster ride with all the bells and whistles that a paranormal thriller is supposed to have. The main character is a loveable, but somewhat flawed figure, which makes her perfect, and the author actually almost manages to make us believe that time travel is possible.

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review.

Three cheers for Emily and four stars for the author!


One thought on “Review of ‘Glassford Girl’

    dancingpalmtrees said:
    August 31, 2015 at 3:12 pm

    The story line reminds me of the book Kindred by Octavia Butler. I’m considering buying this book.


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