The Waiting Booth (Whispering Woods, #1)

The Waiting Booth (Whispering Woods, #1) A Missing Boy, Government Agents, An Interdimensional PortalMia Has One Goal For Her Senior Year At Whispering Woods High Find Her Missing Older Brother But When Her Science Project Reveals A Portal Into Another Dimension, She Learns That Travelers Are Moving In And Out Of Her Woods In The Most Alarming Way And Government Agents Regulus And Arizona Are Policing Their Immigration Mia S Drawn To The Mysterious, Aloof Regulus, But It S No Time For A Crush She Needs To Find Out What They Know About Her Brother, While The Agents Fight To Save The World From Viral Contamination But When Regulus Reveals That He Knows Mia S Secrets, She Begins To Wonder If There S Going On Than She Thoughtand If She Was Wrong To Trust Him From the second I saw the synopsis of the book I wanted it The main character saw people in the photos of the wood and I was like As we all knew who they would be But then she woke up tied to a chair and I was like But they were really nice Regulus was smoking and I was like and all the moments between him and Mia I was like But then Austin was in the way and I was like And it was going on about portals and I was like And they were hunting down a killer and it was over too soon And overall From the second I saw the synopsis of the book I wanted it The main character saw people in the photos of the wood and I was like As we all knew who they would be But then she woke up tied to a chair and I was like But they were really nice Regulus was smoking and I was like and all the m
This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd MY THOUGHTS When I m about to start a book, I prefer to not read the synopsis Do I read the synopsis when I add it to my TBR list, a little, yes, but by the time I read the book I have forgotten what the synopsis said I do this to be surprised and I was definitely surprised by this book I d
Rating 4.5 5The Waiting Booth is the first book in the Whispering Woods series This book follows Mia, a girl whose brother has gone missing and is trying to pick up the pieces ever since, living with her dad in Whispering Woods One day Mia meets two handsome college guys, Regulus and Arizona, who turn out to be government agents who monitor the traveling through a portal into another dimension They want to recruit Mia, since just like her brother, she also has the power of synesthesia This Rating 4.5 5The Waiting Booth is the first book in the Whispering Woods series This book follows Mia, a girl whose brother has gone missing and is trying to pick up the pieces ever since, living with her dad in Whispering Woods One day Mia meets two handsome college guys, Regulus and Arizona, who turn out to be government agents who monitor the traveling through a portal into another dimension They want to recruit Mia, since just like her brother, she also has the power of synesthesia This book was really good It has a very unique storyline, I don t think I ve ever read anything with a story quite like this one The whole idea seemed brilliant to me and I really enjoyed the execution The story was really fast paced It s a small book but still a lot of things happen and none of them are boring The plot kept on unraveling, getting meandhooked by the page.My favorite thing of this story though, were the characters I loved them all Berry
I started reading this book and found I couldn t put it down Brinda has a nice, steady pace to her writing that keeps the pages turning and the excitement mounting The suspense was well done Throughout the book I knew there was someone I couldn t trust, but I didn t know who till the very end, which left me nicely surprised Book One introduces Mia, an independent girl who already has enough drama in her life, yet she attractswhen she accidentally discovers an interdimensional portal H I started reading this book and found I couldn t put it down Brinda has a nice, steady pace to her writing that keeps the pages turning and the excitement mounting The suspense was well done Throughout
Mia is a teen very close to being an adult but has had to learn to live without her mother since she was five and her mom ran off, leaving her and her brother alone with their dad A year ago her brother Pete went missing and all she could think about was finding him Mia and her friends Emily and Austin were a bit of the misfits that just did not want to fit in When two guys show up out of nowhere all of their lives are going to be turned upside down and it s up to Emily to figure out which wa Mia is a teen very close to being an adult but has had to learn to live without her mother since she was five and her mom ran off, leaving her and her brother alone with their dad A year ago her brother Pete went missing and all she could think about was finding him Mia and her friends Emily and Austin we
My new life began on Saturday That s the first line in Brinda Berry s THE WAITING BOOTH, and from that hook you re in it, line and sinker The story opens over pancakes and a missing brother, but things turn creeptastic from there A long gravel drive, sketchy happenings in the woods, and a single father away for days on end leaves Mia Taylor s young life teetering a bit to the left of cozy Then a relatively benign science project pushes things into another dimension or rather pushes the ot My new life began on Saturday That s the first line in Brinda Berry s THE WAITING BOOTH, and from that hook you re in it, line and sinker The story opens over pancakes and a missing brother, but things turn creeptastic from there A long gravel drive, sketchy happenings in the woods, and a single father away for days on end leaves Mia Taylor s young life teetering a bit to the left of cozy Then a relatively benign science project pushes things into another dimension or rather pushes the other dimension to her neck of the w
This was really interesting I could have done without Austen being all weird and clingy I am looking forward to the rest of the series This book is free on kindle right now Warning, there are some spoilers ahead.The Waiting Booth by Brinda Berry is an excellent book The majority of the time, the book remains in first person perspective looking out at the world through Mia She is in a difficult spot because her brother Pete has been missing However, soon she meets two mysterious and extremely hot guys that offer to help her uncover the whereabouts of her brother Despite a rough start, she eventually learns to trust them But there is enough tension in the book t Warning, there are some spoilers ahead.The Waiting Booth by Brinda Berry is an excellent book The majority of the time, the book remains in first person perspective looking out at the world through Mia She is in a difficult spot because her brother Pete has been missing However, soon she meets two mysterious and extremely hot guys that offer to help her uncover the whereabouts of her brother Despite a rough start, she eventually learns to trust them But there is enough tension in the book that you never really know until close to the end if Regulus and Arizona have Mia s best interest in mind.I thought the men in the book were particularly engaging Brinda knows how to write them with just enough flavor to allow them to leap off of the page She also takes chances with her writing by switching occasionally to third person perspective It isn t particularly j
The Waiting Booth was a fantastic and quick read Brinda Berry has a strong young adult voice and blends normal teen angst with out of this world problems Take brother like friendships morphing into unwanted crushes, balancing homework and friends, and then add inter dim
I was pleasantly surprised how good The Waiting Booth turned out to be It was a good, quick read and I came to care about the characters I read a lot, and this is better than many things out there It s not Dickens, don