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The Skin Map

The Skin Map A Bright Empires Novel

By Stephen Lawhead
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.71 Stars

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On 7/31 Nathan Petrie wrote: Maybe I was too busy, maybe it was really that bad. I couldn't finish this book. It was overwhelmingly detailed, slow, and boring though the premise seems super exciting and fast paced. I got 100 or so pages in and had to stop because it simply wasn't holding my attention. I'm disappointed because I ... I couldnt finish

Nathan's Rating:

2 Stars

On 12/1 ethereal-dancer wrote: "The Skin Map" was a bit difficult to get into because the style of writing was British. It was difficult to understand what some words meant and the different arrangement of the words. The story was enjoyable, however. The idea of ley lines being pathways between different universes is an intriguing ... "The Skin Map" by Stephen R. Lawhead (Bright Empires Novel #1)

ethereal-dancer's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/10 Sara wrote: Kit Livingstone is an ordinary Londoner who lives a somewhat boring life until he meets his great grandfather in a strange alley. Suddenly, he meets Cosimo, his great grandfather who is somehow still alive. Using ley lines, the two of them travel through space, time and universes. Unfortunately, Cosimo ... Pretty "meh" for me

Sara's Rating:

3 Stars

On 8/31 Reid Cardwell wrote: The Skin Map is the first book I’ve read by Stephen R. Lawhead and I thorougly enjoyed it. The book falls into the Sci-Fi/Fantasy genre and a lot of these books follow the same general pattern: a sort of “Here and Back Again” theme like J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit. Lawhead’s ... The Skin Map Review

Reid's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/13 Ben Wheatley wrote: After my first experience with 'Christian fiction' (Immanuel's Veins) I was less than enthusiastic about a second round. The good news is, in The Skin Map, writer Stephen R. Lawhead at least showed that Christian fiction can at least have good writing. It also has lots of adventure and an interesting ... The Skin Map by Stephen R. Lawhead

Ben's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/24 Laura Edwards wrote: The Skin Map by Stephen Lawhead is a fun read that takes into account the concept of time travel. In this book, only certain points in the world are connected by “ley lines” that allow a person to instantly travel to another city, country, or even different time! Kit, one of the main characters, ... The Skin Map - Stephen Lawhead

Laura's Rating:

4 Stars

On 4/17 Maiden of Emmanuel wrote: My title is now working :D.A promising tale of interdimensional voyaging disintegrates rapidly into a clunky and incoherent mess. Londoner Kit Livingstone and his unpleasant girlfriend, Wilhelmina, are separated and sent back to an alternate 17th-century England. There Kit's great-grandfather Cosimo ... The Skin Map

Maiden of Emmanuel's Rating:

3 Stars

On 4/13 amberw wrote: I am finally writing the review for the book "The skin map" By Stephen Lawhead.I ordered this book because it sounded great.The front cover made it sound like a wonderfull adventure and completely interesting.I loved the idea of certain places in already interesting London taking me to alternate worlds ... The skin map

amberw's Rating:

1 Stars

On 4/6 Loveneesh Rana wrote: By Stephen Lawhead I just finished reading The Skin Map, and I couldn't be more pleased.The Skin Map is a Sci-Fi adventure book, first and foremost.he characterization was warm and well done, and I was instantly immersed into this fantastic, believalbly written story. In it, the main character the main ... The Skin Map - A Bright Empires Novel

Loveneesh's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/28 Graziano Ronca wrote: The Skin Map by Stephen R. LawheadMy rating: 4 of 5 stars “The most incomprehensible thing about the world, is that it is comprehensible” Albert Einstein“Do you know that Einstein is wrong, and that certain objects and forces can move with a velocity greater than that of light? With proper aid ...

Graziano's Rating:

4 Stars