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Francey ebook

by Martin Dubow


Francey and Rick St. Martin are the ultimate father-daughter duo. In fact they are more like best friends than anything.

Francey's nightmares are a very real cause for concern  . Francey and Rick St. Francey is a bubbly, smart, and very mature sixth grader who is definitely wise beyond her years. Rick is a world renowned architect and would do anything for his daughter. When Lord Crimson, a rich and sorrow filled member of English royalty asks Rick to attempt a task no one else has been able to accomplish Rick wonders if it is possible.

Martin Dubow is a semi-retired classical musician. Martin is Currently Reading. He spends his waking hours reading, writing, and playing chamber music.

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Thank you Martin Dubow for an astounding piece of work. If you like books at all you must read Francey. Francey is a quick read and I finished it in a little under 4 hours because I absolutely could not put it down

Thank you Martin Dubow for an astounding piece of work. One person found this helpful. Francey is a quick read and I finished it in a little under 4 hours because I absolutely could not put it down. The story is about a girl who has nightmares that are somehow tied to people who lived a long time before Francey's. I won't tell you what because you have to read it, but you should know that the way the author ties the two together is flawless and expertly done. The characters are fantastic. So graphic, and so terrifying have they become, that the next one could very well end her life. Francey's nightmares are a very real cause for concern. So graphic, and so terrifying have they become, that the next one could mean her death.

Martin Dubow makes his home in Southern California. A semi-retired classical musician, he spends his spare time reading, writing, and playing chamber music. Martin Dubow RSS Feed. Basic Level Expert Author. Joined EzineArticles on Mar 10, 2008.

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Francey's nightmares are a very real cause for concern. So graphic, and so terrifying have they become, that the next one could very well end her life. A frantic search for the key to their unraveling leads her through a maze of past lives straight into the teeth of a web of intrigue so insidious that it has remained undetected for three and a half centuries; whereupon the path stops dead in its tracks at the gravesites of Lady Susan Sebastian and Edward Delaney. What possible connection could Francey have with the seventeenth century star-crossed lovers? And if there is one, how is she to draw the answer from them? This chasm of impossible proportions must be crossed, for only with the resurrection of the dead, and their secrets drawn from deep within their souls, can the little girl be saved.
Wnex
First thing.. when I opened up this book, the type face was huge. Even lowering it to the smallest type on the kindle, the type was still a bit large for my comfort of reading. I didn't take this into consideration when rating the book, as this is not the stories fault, but if is not my device, but the book itself, it may be a factor in choosing this book or not.

Now for the dual thoughts on the book/story. This book is written where anyone who is able to read large/novel type books, can read it. There is nothing really terrifying or adult only in it. I think that if you enjoy easier reading mysteries, you will enjoy this, and if you have them, can enjoy it with your kids.

In the story, I found myself knowing what was coming, but because I enjoyed the characters and their points of view, this was okay. I was not fond of the main little girl's daily accepted routine and ease that it was told that this young girl does adult things. It made the story a bit harder to believe as written because of it, and I found myself seeing the girl different than the author intended. If you can read the story without analyzing, and enjoy it for the tale, it is worth the read.
Goldcrusher
After just having finished Francey after a day or so's effort, I found that I was pleasantly surprised with, but not blown away by, the book itself and the writing contained within its pages.

First, let's look at what the book does right. From the very beginning I found myself drawn into the story. I found myself empathizing with and identifying with the close bond that Francey and her father shared. I found myself caring about Lizzie, Francey's school teacher, and I found myself feeling a deep sadness whenever she spoke of her father who'd recently passed away having lost a parent myself. I found myself turning pages because, more than anything else, I wanted to see these characters whom I'd grown to love in so short a period of time have the happy ending they were all hoping for.

That being said, there were some downsides to the writing itself. Some of the dialogue, I found, felt awkward and unlike anything you'd hear someone saying in any form of reality I've been in. I do realize the nature of this story lends itself to rather proper language in certain cases, especially where Francey and Alex are concerned... however in the present tense it really detracted from the flow of the story to me, and at times made me cringe. This is readily apparent in both Rick and Lizzie's dialogue at times as well.

In addition, I don't know if it was just me, but there really weren't too many surprises to be had in the story itself. I saw everything coming a mile away and kept turning the pages waiting for it to happen. Certain things became repetitive, and certain things (yes, even in the scope of a supernaturally based story such as this) were just unbelievable to me. The reincarnation aspect, I was completely on board for. I actually found it to be quite clever. But for so many people to just suddenly be "in the know" out of the blue without an explanation seemed implausible to me. And really, this is just nitpicking, but I believe the book could have handled another edit or two... a lot of sentences were grammatically incorrect or incomplete sentences, and while it doesn't ruin the book for me it certainly does interrupt the reading process while you try to wrap your head around what's being said. I also caught a couple minor typos/spelling errors/word usage problems. I would imagine had I been a teen reader I might not have combed the book with such a trained eye, however, and seeing as this is the target audience I think the book holds up quite well despite its problems.

All in all though, if you're just looking for a lighthearted love story that's different from what's typically out there... I think you'll really enjoy Francey. Despite my list of negatives being a bit longer than the positives, none of them are enough to ruin what is otherwise a very sweet story about finding love in the unlikeliest of places.

Despite the few negatives, the author has created characters that you'll quickly grow to love, and a story which bears telling. If you can pick up the book while it's still free for Kindle, I'd recommend giving it a read if you enjoy the genre or the concept of reincarnation as a means for people to reunite across great distances. This has always been a great interest of mine, so I'm happy to have found something like it.
Kesalard
This is one of the most delightful stories I've read this year. The characters are believable, real people who are variously interconnected just as in real life. I particularly enjoyed the relationship between the single dad and his daughter, who is the center of the story. The writing is exceptional and the flow just forces a reader's attention to stay focused. While the tale is unique it speaks to almost anyone who would choose to read it. I recommend it as a pleasant escape for a few hours this fall.
Arashilkis
You will love this book, period. Francey herself is adorable, and she is surrounded by very appealing cast of admirable characters very well drawn. The story is tight, with a sly building of suspense through Manhattan and into the English countryside. A fresh plot, perfectly balanced exposition and the type of people you want as friends makes this book an absorbing and uplifting read.

The paranormal elements feel realistic and organic, integral to the story and not overdone. As the pieces fall into place, it becomes one you can't put down. I think anyone would have to finish this book in one sitting.

Beyond that, you'll have to read for yourself. I won't spoil it. And by the way, this book is enjoyable and appropriate for young readers as well. If you are looking for good literature for your Harry Potter fans, this is an excellent choice.
Fordredor
If you like books at all you must read Francey. What a lovely story. Francey is a quick read and I finished it in a little under 4 hours because I absolutely could not put it down. The story is about a girl who has nightmares that are somehow tied to people who lived a long time before Francey's. I won't tell you what because you have to read it, but you should know that the way the author ties the two together is flawless and expertly done. The characters are fantastic. Francey especially. I have seen many authors try to create mature children but only accomplish creating a character that "feels" older than they are. Francey is young and despite her maturity she remained young from cover to cover. Bravo. I know how hard it is to do that.

The other characters are extremely relatable as well. And the book is so packed with emotion that is very well relayed through the very real characters that I was literally in tears every 10 pages or so. Martin Dubow created characters in a world and situation that draws you in and makes you really feel for them.

Francey is an absolutely lovely masterpiece that is a must read by everyone.
Francey ebook
Author:
Martin Dubow
Category:
Fantasy
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EPUB size:
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Publisher:
Rembrandt Publishing House; First Edition edition (April 4, 2008)
Pages:
216 pages
Rating:
4.2
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