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Tide Ever RisingAr Eureka Utah their world is suddenly turned upside down Immediately strange dreams and premonitions begin to haunt “Kadie” as she learns about the keeper of the journal Charlotte Clark Kad. When I began reading Tide Ever Rising I didn't really know what to expect On the first page I was slightly bored and unsure of where the story was going By the second page I found myself leaning closer to the pages wanting to know what was going to happen Around page five I knew I wasn't going to be putting this book down anytime soon Mandi truly has a talent for writing She brings her characters to life on the page and leaves you unable to put the book down I know this to be true after reading not one but two of her books Kadie is smart believable and throughout the book all I wanted was to be there standing beside her during her adventure Her sister Maysha is hilarious and very alive Tide Ever Rising was read in one sitting during my lunch break at work Yes I read it that fast I loved it so much Thank you Mandi for another fantastic book

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review Tide Ever Rising 100 á Kadence Reynold’s favorite pastime is exploring old ghost towns When she and her sister Maysha stumble across an old journal and cheap pendant hidden in the depths of a crumbling foundation near Eureka Utah their world is suddenly turned upside down Immediately strange dreams and premonitions begin to haunt “Kadie” as she learnIe sets out on a journey to learn about Charlotte and her family and she and Maysha travel to Bremerton Washington where they discover Charlotte's still living twin sister Adelaide and her famil. Mandi Slack is a terrific suspense writer I read this book in draft form and could not put it down I read into the night until I had finished it She is excellent with details of setting and pacing and the story feels like it is happening to you I can't wait to read books by Slack

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Kadence Reynold’s favorite pastime is exploring old ghost towns When she and her sister Maysha stumble across an old journal and cheap pendant hidden in the depths of a crumbling foundation ne. This is my booklol It was such a fun book to write Here is a little history behind the idea for Tide Ever Rising When I was a young girl my mother volunteered at the local museum She loved Native American History and our family often accompanied the museum on the various archaeological digs in the area I grew up digging in the dirt finding artifacts and learning about the people who once inhabited the amazing San Rafael area My parents also spent many hours working at the museum and my sister and I kept ourselves entertained while exploring the back rooms and playing among the artifacts and displays The Emery Pioneer Museum in Castle Dale Utah was a magical place and its uniue and creative displays sent my young imagination into overdrive As I grew older my mother became fascinated with the old ghost towns in the area We spent many weekends as a family exploring abandoned mining towns and searching for relics among the brick ruins These are by far some of my best memories My father who is a coal miner would often bring my sister and I into the old mine shafts to explore this is not something ANYONE should do unless they are with someone who knows and understands coal mines and safety I was certain the sound of the wind through the rotting wood pillars and damp shafts were ghosts come back to haunt These trips we went on as a family instilled within me a great love and respect for the Native peoples stalwart pioneers and the early settlers in Utah This book is dedicated to my mother who passed away last year She left behind a wonderful legacy