book two
Part of the Seven Years Gone series:

The Choices we make define us, but they have consequences. Ginger must come to grips with the ramifications of her actions, even as she comes into her own.
While war looms on the horizon, Ginger learns that freedom, family and love are worth fighting for, regardless of the costs.
Author Liz Iavorschi-Braun’s much-anticipated second book of the Seven Years Gone series is a gripping story you won’t want to put down.

Excerpt:
Reviews:AZSlim2010 on Amazon wrote:

Seven Years Gone: Undefinable, which is the second book in the 'Seven Years Gone' trilogy is amazing. I don't usually use that cliche word, 'amazing' but it is. The book is very engaging, entertaining, but without being preachy. The novel takes place in the future and draws a lot of what-if parallels with where society could go while making you care about the main character. Undefineable made took me on a roller-coaster of emotion and it was an exceptional read. Can't wait until Book 3!

Brandy on Amazon wrote:

Undefinable is the second book in the Seven Years Gone series. It picks up right where the first one left off, and I am so thankful that I did not have to wait to get this one! The first one left off on such a cliffhanger, that I needed to know what was going to happen to Ginger and Rane! This one did not disappoint, and it left me wanting more.

Ginger’s character continues to grow, show more strength, and develop into a mature character. She is forced to face a few situations that really tests the character. Despite her fears, she stands tall and she quickly becomes a character of honor.

I really loved the supporting characters in this book. Rane’s mother and father, Alice and Adam, are loving and in depth characters. I enjoyed getting to know more about Dr. Anders and Joan, and the introduction of a new, very important character, Stitch! Each character has a very important role in the story, and I am impressed at how the author unfolds their importance and the story goes on.

One of my favorite things about Liz Iavorschi-Braun is her ability to convey the character’s emotions very well. As readers, we are able to feel each character’s emotions. I love this because it helps me connect with the characters in a more personal way.

Just as the first book, there is a little bit of a plot twist at the end that left me wanting more! I highly recommend this book!


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