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The Skin Map (Trade Paper)

The Skin Map (Trade Paper)

By Stephen Lawhead
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.92 Stars

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On 4/24 MayBookworm wrote: I received this book through BookSneeze ("Books are contagious" loved the slogan!), which has a slight focus on religious books, but also has other non-religious books, and The Skin Map, by Stephen Lawhead is a work of fiction - non religious, but aparently from a Christian publisher or something? It ... Review: The Skin Map - Stephen Lawhead

MayBookworm's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/17 April Gamble wrote: “The Skin Map” by Stephen R. Lawhead was an interesting and unusual read. An adventurous tale begins when Kit Livingston’s life is unexpectedly altered by the appearance of his great grandfather. This complex story follows the characters on a journey involving a multi-layered universe that is connected ... The Skin Map by Stephen R. Lawson

April's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/8 Frank Peters wrote: “The Skin Map” by Stephen Lawhead is a light and creative fantasy excursion. Two boring and average modern London residents are suddenly flung into an omniverse (multiverse?) that they did not know existed. Separated during their journey they each seek to make the most of a situation that is initially ... A fun ride through the multiverse

Frank's Rating:

4 Stars

On 9/19 Sparkymarky wrote: I have only had limited experience in the past of Mr.Lawhead, having tried, and then promptly given up, to get into his Pendragon cycle once several years ago. The Skin Map though is an absolutely fantastic read that had me gripped from start to finish! The basic premise is that travel through alternate ... beneath the skin...lies a really good book!

Sparkymarky's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/27 Erica wrote: This is first book I've read by Lawhead, so I really didn't know what to expect. The Skin Map is the first in a series about Kit Livingstone, an ordinary guy who gets thrown into an extraordinary and somewhat scary adventure to find the skin map. The means of travel is interesting using Ley Lines. After ... Odd but Good

Erica's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/10 Bibliophagista wrote: On an ordinary day, Cosimo "Kit" Livingstone is rushing to go shopping with his girlfriend, Wilhelmina. However, this is no ordinary day. Rerouted trains, a malfunctioning transit card, unhelpful station agents, and traveling an unfamiliar part of London, all seem to conspire to keep him from his shopping ... Review; The Skin Map by Stephen R. Lawhead

Bibliophagista's Rating:

3 Stars

On 7/8 beneames wrote: It was an exciting day for me when I discovered that my favorite fiction author had started a new series. I've just finished the first one today, "The Skin Map," and I loved it. Stephen Lawhead has an amazing way of taking the ordinariness of our familiar world and connecting it with much bigger worlds ... Book Review: The Skin Map

beneames' Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/19 Book Worm Boone wrote: Kit Livingstone is traveling in London to meet his girlfriend when his Great Grandfather appears to him and introduces him to Ley Lines. These lines connect portals to other times and places. However there is one problem, there is no map to tell you where you will end up or what time. Kit later learns ... The Skin Map

Book Worm Boone's Rating:

3 Stars

On 4/1 Steve Parker wrote: Ley lines are straight lines "located" around the world that allegedly connect various geographical sites deemed to be significant historically or metaphysically. These alleged lines have been explained using various hypotheses - some scientific and some pseudo-scientific. Some believe them to have mystical ... An enjoyable sci-fi fantasy adventure

Steve's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/16 WBentrim wrote: The Skinmap by Stephen Lawhead The title gives away part of the plot. What and who might the skinmap refer to? That is a question in a time traveling mystery. This is a coming of age for the protagonist as he grows into a more formidable person. Kit and Mina were insipid people at best. Kit ... The Skinmap by Stephen Lawhead

WBentrim's Rating:

4 Stars