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The Six Train to Wisconsin (Volume 1) (edition 2013)

by Kourtney Heintz (Author)

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Title:The Six Train to Wisconsin (Volume 1)
Authors:Kourtney Heintz (Author)
Info:CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2013), Edition: 1, 432 pages
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The Six Train to Wisconsin (Volume 1) by Kourtney Heintz



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This book is about a young man, Oliver, who is devoted to his wife, Kai, who happens to be a telepath. Because she is so receptive to the pain and ugliness all around her, her mind has become fragile and she is at almost constant risk of suicide, especially living in a place like Manhattan. To save her, Oliver gives up everything, “kidnaps” her, and takes her to an old house he inherited in out-of-the-way Butternut, Wisconsin.

But of course, evil isn’t restricted to New York, and soon Kai is in trouble again, both mentally and physically.

Most of the story, told in alternate chapters by Kai and Oliver, has two main focuses: Kai’s telepathy and the problems it causes, and the strain in their marriage produced by returning to the place where Oliver grew up, and where his ex-girlfriend Mickey is still in love with him.

Although the book was compulsively readable, at the same time I found Kai’s continued histrionics and immaturity very annoying. These aspects to Kai also marred the ending, which once again showed, in my opinion, how Kai could not overcome these weaknesses. Realistic? I didn’t think so, in light of Oliver’s devotion to her. And the fact that nobody could figure out who the bad guy was? Also seemed improbable. ( )
  nbmars | Aug 11, 2016 |
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  Carole-Ann | Aug 9, 2014 |
This book had an interesting storyline, but never the right combination of trust between anyone. The ending resolution seemed flimsy to me. ( )
  eheinlen | Jan 15, 2014 |
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