This book is so well developed it effortlessly encompasses many genres
I loved the first book and really enjoyed this one too. The mystery in this one was a lot more grim then the first on because it is about human trafficking/slavery. This left me biting my nails for a happy solution for all parties involved well except the bad guys. The story is fast paced and galvanizing. Amy has better control of her powers in this book and has grown from the first one. However there is still room to grow for her which I like. Duncan, Amy’s love interest from the first book, is only in this book a little bit. On the one hand I liked that the plot and Amy’s life didn’t revolve around a guy. On the other hand I am like GIVE ME MORE DUNCAN. It is one of those things an author can not win on. This is another great paranormal urban fantasy mystery. Yeah this book is so well developed it effortlessly encompasses many genres. I recommend to all who love a great read.
T.M.B.A. Corbett, reader and host of TMBA Corbett Tries to Write
If you are looking for a new series, a new group of heroes who bring humor, danger and intrigue to the table, escape into the world of the Weeia
It’s getting blindingly bright at the top of the gem pile for Elle Boca as another of her Weeia series, Unelmoija: Timeshifter makes it to the top of the heap! Amy has garnered ANOTHER power, so when will she give it up and just accept who she is? Heck, to have Duncan and his humor, and charm at my beck and call, I‘d say I could make pigs fly! Hold on tight, for another non-stop adventure where fantasy, family and love make for a fresh twist on a genre that has millions hooked.
As with any new power, Amy has a learning curve to deal with, kind of scary, considering she is dealing with time shifting, but something is just off. Can she trust those around her? Who is working to deceive her? Who wants her gone at any cost? As good versus evil clash again, who will come away with their lives? Now is Amy’s time to step up to the plate, alone or with the support of her loved ones, survival and victory are the goals, is Amy ready?
Elle Boca just keeps on bringing out one powerhouse addition after another for this spellbinding series! Masterful storytelling, dialogue that breathes life into each character and trials and tribulations that would test the meddle of any superhero. Even Grandma and Grandpa get involved as a cure for Amy’s time travel fiascoes are being searched for. Leave it to Elle Boca to toss another twist in, just to keep things riveting!
If you are looking for a new series, a new group of heroes who bring humor, danger and intrigue to the table, escape into the world of the Weeia, after all, they are hiding among us.
Dianne, reviewer and host of Tome Tender Book Blog
The book really sucked me in
Unelmoija: The Dreamshifter by Elle Boca is book one of the Weeia series, and its off to a great start!
Amy just moved to Miami, and things are already going downhill fast. Confronted with the father she thought abandoned her years ago, she’s not completely sure she should trust him. Then, her opposite, the one person in the world she shouldn’t stand to be around, saves her life.
Oh, and she can dream shift. Meaning she can affect things in the real world through her dreams.
Life on the line, mother in a coma, friends being attacked, a father she can’t trust… things go from bad to worse for Amy. But don’t worry, we’re right there with her. The book really sucked me in, letting me see the world through Amy’s somewhat not-understanding eyes. She’s thrown into the deep end, and so are we.
Loren Weaver, paranormal author, FLD Case Files
Amy is Back and Singing a New Tune as Trouble Follows!
I have to send this to the top of the heap of hidden gems!I spent most of this novel smiling, loving the action, the determination and the sheer grit of Amy, Kat and Duncan! Unelmoija: The Spiritshifter by Elle Boco is another spellbinding journey into the world of the Weeia, their arcane laws, a prophecy that some would do anything to stop and our Amy, stuck in the middle again. There is something fishy about the Elders, they are behind something sinister, but is it all of them or just a few? The Youth for Change group is trying to discover why so many young Weeia have not come into their powers, or are weak. Natural causes? A sinister plot for power? Amy is going to find out, at any cost, but is she ready to learn more about herself?
Once again, Amy is developing new powers, and they put her life at risk if she is discovered, but these very powers may be the key to unlocking the true powers of Weeia all over the earth. Prepared to jump from the frying pan and into the fire, Amy will risk all that she is, all that she is becoming to see justice done and wrongs righted. Running right into danger, watching her friends die for her and the cause, Amy must set aside her emotions and learn to deal with matters through strategic planning knowing others may suffer following her. Will she become the stealth weapon they need or will she do it her way, once again and bring the house down?
Rest up before re-entering this fresh and exciting world of the Weeia. Elle Boca uses her own powers of storytelling to cover each page with non-stop action, intrigue and Duncan’s amazing appetite! Her characters are alive; they are dimensional and full of unique personalities that help wrap this tale around you. Do you like being part of each scene as it plays out around you? Elle Boca makes each page fade away as she brilliantly rolls those mental cameras we all have. Sprinkles of humor, a touch of sadness, a few specks of doubt, the sweet blush of romance and a boatload of adventure will have you gasping for breath! Non-stop from start to finish, Ms. Boca keeps her readers glued to every scene and the amazing resilience of Amy and her friends. The question we have is, has Amy finally accepted who she may be or is she still lost in denial? All of her powers she takes in stride, how can she miss “The Signs?”
Dianne, reviewer and host of Tome Tender Book Blog
Unelmoija: The Mindshifter was an enjoyable book
Amy, along with her college friends Krissa and Lilly, are going to South Beach for a well-deserved girl’s weekend, but everything goes wrong when Lilly goes missing. Amy and Krissa pick up the trail from a nightclub to find out what happened to Lilly and to rescue her, but they had no idea they were entering a world of slavers and trafficking. Amy is helped by a group of people who are trying to stop the slavers but the leader is not someone she was expecting. Time is running out to save Lilly before she disappears and only Amy’s powers might be able to rescue her in time.
Unelmoija: The Mindshifter is the second book in the Weeia series and is a likeable novel. While still fast paced like the first book, it was much darker and has a more serious tone. However, also like the first book I felt Amy’s past was not fully explained and it was talked about like it was normal for you and your mum to be kidnapped and your sister to be missing.
Amy has grown since the first book as she is more sure of herself and comfortable with her powers but is still the same girl. I wish that Duncan was in this book more as he was my favourite character from the last book. The leader of the people fighting against the slavers (cannot say their name because of spoilers) annoyed my as they were just a bit too perfect and was good at everything. Another annoying thing with this book is the dissing of the police as the police, at least in the UK I cannot talk for other countries, try their best and while there are some bad ones, the vast majority want to help people.
Unelmoija: The Mindshifter was an enjoyable book and I would recommend to fans of the first book Unelmoija: The Dreamshifer.
Kirsty, host of Amethyst Bookwyrm Reviews