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  • Title: Boston's Quest
  • Author: Shanae Branham
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  • Page: 278
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  • This is an ACE for ISBN13 9781511964081 Boston s QuestThe external drive containing the information for building a hologram machine is stolen and sold on the black market Now someone has connected a new hologram machine to the Internet, forcing people to fight for their lives in an online fantasy game Trapped inside this deadly scenario, seventeen year old Boston ManningThis is an ACE for ISBN13 9781511964081 Boston s QuestThe external drive containing the information for building a hologram machine is stolen and sold on the black market Now someone has connected a new hologram machine to the Internet, forcing people to fight for their lives in an online fantasy game Trapped inside this deadly scenario, seventeen year old Boston Manning learns that her weakness for tolerating abuse is stopping her from unlocking her elven powers Can she overcome her character flaw or will she die trying In book 2 of the Holoquest Fantasy Series, Boston and Jason return with another action packed, romantic adventure Boston s Quest will electrify your imagination as you experience elves, dwarfs, trolls, priests, vampires, and demons as you ve never experienced them before.

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    1. I read the first book in this series, Disemblance, a couple of years ago. I found it to be intense and the same can be said about this book. Jason's brother, Isaac, is in the psychiatric ward after losing touch with reality and blaming Jason for their father's death. Jason is looking forward to putting the man who is responsible for his father's death, Dr. Paden, behind bars for life. With both of their parents now dead, Jason has moved in with Detective Bruce Durante and his wife, Lisa. Boston [...]

    2. I loved this book even more than the first one (I have a review of the first one up on my too if you want to check it out!) which is something very unusual for me in sequels. I'm not sure what exactly it was about this book, but it engrossed me even more than the first one. And that's really saying something since I was so engrossed in the first book that I read it in one day!Even though the main conflicts of the book take place about halfway in, I was still completely invested in reading about [...]

    3. Jason Tanner's mother died when he was younger, and recently his father has been killed and his brother Isaac is now in a psychiatric ward. Isaac hates Jason and thinks he is responsible for his father's death. The only people Jason has left are Bruce & Lisa, the detective who helped Jason and Bruce's wife, and his girlfriend, Boston. Bruce and Lisa are his guardians, and there is a lot of conflict between Jason and Bruce, Lisa and Boston over Jason's gaming addiction. Jason wants Boston to [...]

    4. Boston’s Quest is a continuation of DiSemblance, and in my opinion it must be read in order to fully understand all the characters, the machines being built and used, and the overall story line. Boston is still struggling to figure out what she wants to do with her life, she knows she must keep her mother happy and follow her wishes in order to keep her sober. However, Boston struggles with holding onto the “popular” image in order to please her mom, and being who she really is: a photogra [...]

    5. This is an intense sequel to DiSemblance. It has been a while since I read the first and I really didn't remember many of the details. I did not have a problem picking up the story and following along. This book is told from two perspectives. Boston is trying to finish high school and dealing with an alcoholic mother. To say she has issues would be putting it mildly. One of the stablilizers in her life is her boyfriend, Jason. He has problems of his own to deal with. His father was killed, his b [...]

    6. I received a free copy of this book so that I could review it.I enjoyed Boston's Quest quite a bit despite being outside the normal demographic. There's a lot of teenage angst within these pages but that just helps characterize the main characters, particularly Boston and her quasi-boyfriend Jason. There's not as much action in this volume as there was in the first book in the series, DiSemblance, and that allows author Shanae Branham more time to dwell on the inner thoughts of her characters, t [...]

    7. I received a free copy of this book in return for an honest review.Boston’s Quest is book 2 in The Holoquest Fantasy Series by Shane Branham and follows on from the first book DiSemblance.The story starts out dealing with the aftermath of the events in the first book. We find out more about Boston’s mother and her mother’s menacing new boyfriend (who quite frankly really gave me the creeps!), as well as how Jason is handling, or not handling things with the Durante family, and what has bec [...]

    8. Boston's Quest starts about six months after DiSemblance, the first book in the series. Isaac is in a psychiatric ward, Jason is escaping into the world of gaming, and Boston is trying to help them both.I thought this book was going to be about a gaming quest that Boston participated in, after all that’s the title. I also thought it was going to be about a quest where people were fighting for their lives. That’s from the synopsis. As I read the book, I just kept waiting and waiting and waiti [...]

    9. Rating: 3.5 stars'Boston's Quest' is book two in a YA sci-fi series. It has all the elements to be a really good sci-fi thriller; there is suspense, danger, friendships, and romance. The writing is really good. It has a changing POV which gives us a more complete and wide view. However, the book never really blows up and it ends with a cliffhanger so we need a new book to get some answers.After the events in book one, Jason is trying to move on. His brother still hates him and Boston is dealing [...]

    10. This book that I received as a result of the readers' contest turned out to be a very interesting read, setting me off on a search for the first volume of the series to better understand the back story of the key characters. This time, Jason is trying to get Boston to run away with him to avoid the people who caused his father's death in book one. Boston is reluctant to do so for a variety of reasons, and her hesitation allows her to get swept up along with several other key characters in Jason [...]

    11. Boston’s QuestThe story line is different and interesting. It talks about serious problems, like alcoholism, neglection and abuse and takes up to parents in jail, although the first idea changes at the end to a more interesting one. I really enjoyed this book and was happily surprised of how the author manages the different situations and get the characters to solve and confront their problems. Like any good book it has some characters that I completely hate, like Boston’s mom and ones that [...]

    12. This one was a disappointment after the action packed thriller that was Disemblance. The stories seemed disjointed and not very interesting the first half of the book. It was a long slightly boring journey to get to what the story was supposed to be about. It was mostly about Jason even though I was led to believe it would be about Boston. It didn't keep me on the edge of my seat like the first book. Nor was it as mind blowing. The writing wasn't as intricately woven with genius details. Love th [...]

    13. (Free copy in exchange for review) Boston's Quest is perfect for YA gamers, which I'm not, so take that into consideration when reading my review. This sequel to DiSemblance takes a different direction than the first book. Branham takes a long, long time to get to the point which is that there is a book three. The ending was very abrupt and ended at an extremely annoying spot in the story.Once again, the story is told in three points of view – Jason, Boston and new main character, Oliver. We [...]

    14. Boston's QuestBy Shanae Branham4.5I was given a book in exchange for an honest review free of persuasion from the author or anyone else affiliated with this book.This is the second book in the series. In the aftermath of the destroyed hologram machine, Jason has lost his dad to death and his brother Isaac to mental illness. Isaac believes that Jason murdered everyone he loves. What was really destroyed were the fake hologram people that Isaac believed were his loved ones, including his mom. Then [...]

    15. Boston's Quest is the second book in the series but can be read without having to read them in order. I found it about the same as the first book. The girl of the story, Boston, is not a strong character and a victim throughout the book which makes her a little unlikable as a lead character. The book is named for her but it seems that the main character is Jason, the main guy of the story, which was true in the first book also. It has a cliff hanger ending, which I don't care for, the first one [...]

    16. First of all, I didn't like DiSemblance. I already had the second book though and after talking to myself (ha ha!), decided to give it a try. I'm actually glad I did. While I didn't love it, I did enjoy this one better than the first one. There were still different viewpoints but they seemed to flow better here than in the first book (which was my biggest problem with the first). I also really enjoyed the gaming aspect (the hubby and I used to game). While I did enjoy this one more than the firs [...]

    17. A wonderful and thrilling continuation of DiSemblance. This book takes off shortly after the ending of the previous story and delivers just as an exciting ride as the first book did. Teens trying to balance out relationships, grief, guilt, and friendships is supported by an underlying science fiction/ gaming theme that is incredibly original, exciting, and unique, sometimes leaving the characters to wonder if what they are seeing and doing is real or not! The first book was great; this second bo [...]

    18. **SPOILER FREE**Was taken by surprise with this book the cover made me think I was going to into a Sci-Fi book, but it didn't feel that way at all once I started reading. The story is well written and easy flow to make it easy to read. The twist that takes place behind this cover will captivate you. *Received for an honest review*

    19. The first book was not that good, but this one is worse - I can't read a page without rolling my eyes. Won't finish this one. Sorry, not sorry.

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