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The Skin Map

The Skin Map A Bright Empires Novel

By Stephen Lawhead
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.71 Stars

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On 9/14 Mommy's Minute wrote: What if there's more to this universe than meets the eye? What if there are gateways and pathways to other dimensions where people live their everyday lives oblivious to visitors. In this first book of the Bright Empires series, author Stephen Lawhead introduces us to Cosimo and his great-grandson Kit. ... The Skin Map - by Stephen Lawhead *Book Review

Mommy's Minute's Rating:

4 Stars

On 9/13 Gavin Pierce wrote: Kit Livingstone is on his way to his girlfriend's house when an old man named Cosimo approaches him. The man goes on about some psychotic theology that the world has multiple dimensions and alternate realities; saying more than what’s required for Kit to make an assessment that the old man is insane. ... The Skin Map by Stephen R. Lawhead

Gavin Pierce's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/13 Cameron Brooks wrote: The story opens on Kit, a 27 year-old professional headed to his girlfriend's place on a pleasant Sunday outing. (Now, I didn't think anything could dampen my enthusiasm for visiting London one day, but Kit's misadventure through England's most notoriously convoluted transit system came uncomfortably close.) ... The Skin Map by Stephen R. Lawhead

Cameron Brooks' Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/12 Darkrogue83 wrote: Ive never heard of Lawhead before, but after reading "the skin map", I'll say hes a very accomplished writer. Ive always like fantasy books myself (dragons and whatnot), but this tale of other dimensions and different times was captivating. he mixes a fantasy with a strong logical science, that made ... the skin map by stephen R. Lawhead

Darkrogue83's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/12 Kieran wrote: Description(From BookSneeze): Enter the ultimate treasure hunt--with a map made of skin, a playing field of alternate realities, and a prize that is the greatest mystery of all.Kit Livingstone's great-grandfather has re-appeared with an unbelievable story--the ley lines throughout Britain are not merely ... The Skin Map by Stephen R. Lawhead(Review)

Kieran's Rating:

4 Stars

On 9/10 Ali wrote: Kit Livingstone is an average guy barely getting by in the world. He has a girlfriend that he doesn’t seem to care that much for, and who in return, doesn’t seem to care that much for him either. While attempting to meet Mina at her apartment, Kit finds himself lost in an alley, with a strange older ... The Skin Map

Ali's Rating:

4 Stars

On 9/8 Lizzeann wrote: Imagine for a moment that there are locations of power, which would allow you to travel instantly through time and space. These locations, called “ley lines”, make all of these things possible and more in Stephen Lawhead’s novel, The Skin Map. This is the story of Kit Livingstone and his great-grandfather, Cosimo (who is still ... The Skin Map by Stephen Lawhead

Lizzeann's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/8 Dinglefest wrote: When I heard Stephen Lawhead was writing a new book, I was thrilled. When I learned the title of the new book was The Skin Map, I was confused. It didn’t sound very ... well... Lawhead-y. However, as I began reading this beginning to a brand new series, I swiftly became engrossed in the story. Filled ... Book review: The Skin Map by Stephen Lawhead

Dinglefest's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/8 Mary Ryan wrote: I really had no expectations when I began this book. It was rather interesting but I kept waiting for suspense or mystery or anything exciting to happen. Chapter after chapter seemed to be leading to something and then nothing. I read each chapter and understood that there were four or more stories ... Review of The Skin Map by Stephen R. Lawhead

Mary's Rating:

2 Stars

On 9/8 Cindy Miller wrote: Recently I read The Skin Map, the first book in The Bright Empires Novels Trilogy by Stephen Lawhead. I have to admit, I was not familiar with this author before reading this book, but I was fairly surprised that I enjoyed it from start to finish. I typically don’t read suspense novels, but I found ... The Skin Map

Cindy's Rating:

4 Stars