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One Way Fare (Null City, #1) Barb Taub One Way Fare Null City Superpowers suck If you just want to live a normal life Null City is only a Metro ride away After one day there imps become baristas and hellhounds become poodles Demons settle down become parents

  • Title: One Way Fare (Null City, #1)
  • Author: Barb Taub
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  • Page: 237
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  • One Way Fare (Null City, #1) Barb Taub Superpowers suck If you just want to live a normal life, Null City is only a Metro ride away After one day there, imps become baristas, and hellhounds become poodles Demons settle down, become parents, join the PTA, and worry about their taxes.Null City is the only sanctuary for Gaby Parker and Leila Rice, two young women confronting cataclysmic forces waging an unseenSuperpowers suck If you just want to live a normal life, Null City is only a Metro ride away After one day there, imps become baristas, and hellhounds become poodles Demons settle down, become parents, join the PTA, and worry about their taxes.Null City is the only sanctuary for Gaby Parker and Leila Rice, two young women confronting cataclysmic forces waging an unseen war between Heaven and Hell Gaby and her younger brother and sister are already targets in the war that cost their parents lives Should they forsake the powers that complete their souls and flee to Null City Meanwhile, Leila has inherited a French chateau, a mysterious legacy, and a prophecy that she will end the world Gaby and Leila become catalysts for the founding and survival of Null City It just would have been nice if someone told them the angels were all on the other side.
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    1. Suppose neutral angels were able to talk Yahweh and Lucifer God and Satan, to use their popular titles into settling out of court What would be the terms of the compromise Specifically, how would they divide the assets of their early kingdom Tom Robbins, Fierce Invalids Home from Hot Climates 2000 I really only picked up the book as it was advertised on one of my Free Today book emails You know the ones, and if you don t, why not So anyway, there it was, and the cover caught my eye It was the fi [...]

    2. Barb Taub has a way of making you laugh out loud even when she s not trying to be funny oh, I don t know, maybe she is trying, but it comes across so very casually that it sneaks up on you and grabs you in the ribs I mean what would life be like in Hell if you couldn t order a Grande Caramel Macchiato, right One Way Fare Null City Book One is a contemporary fantasy and it is fantastic The author s humor and wit come out in both the character dialogue and the narration The plot is clever, and con [...]

    3. There was so much to like about this book I really, really wanted to be wowed by it as much as all the other reviewers, but there were just too many blips for me Let me explain.This book has a cracking good start as a character, Gaby bounces off the page Her Gift, or harmonia, is that of order absolutely perfect for an accountant Her boundless enthusiasm for her profession defies all that we normal people, that is assume about accountants And she gets to work for a wickedly handsome rock star, a [...]

    4. I knew the author of this funny, intricate fantasy must have a younger, hip co author, and so Ms Taub does her daughter, who is fluent in current media and the funny, flip lingo of her generation The heroines, Gaby and Leila, aren t ordinary people Each has a special gift and a pivotal connection to the fate of the universe They don t know each other at the beginning, but they soon realize they are in danger Accompanied by handsome fellows who share their gifts superpowers from perhaps angelic o [...]

    5. One Way Fare is an Urban Fantasy story and I really didn t know what to expect from just the book cover and even the book description, but it blew me away I really, really enjoyed it There are delightful sharp witted characters and a storyline with echoes of Back To The Future but with so much depth, twists and it s own agenda.The tale involves a war between the Fallen and Angels, humans and a fourth group who hold powers There is Null City and a marvellous Metro train which takes passengers ba [...]

    6. One Way Fare is the first book in a series by Barb Taub and Hannah Taub It is the story of two young women, Gaby and Leia, from different times, who come together to confront the war that is being waged between Heaven and Hell It is about a place where the bad guys such as imps, hellhounds and demons settle down to worry about the daily drudgery of life.That sanctuary is a place called Null City, a city unlike any other To live there one must forsake all their powers gained by their birth Too ba [...]

    7. One Way Fare by Barb Tarb and Hannah Taub a fast paced fantasy involving several timelines and two kickass heroines, Gaby and Leila The main characters in this delightful novel are humans with superpowers that manifest they grow to adulthood They belong to factions who are warring with each other, putting the fate of the world at risk To further complicate matters, each side is supported by a cadre of supernatural characters who are angels of some variety or are they demons Somewhere in Seattle [...]

    8. One Way Fare is the first book in a series by Barb Taub and Hannah Taub It s a fast paced fantasy involving several timelines and two heroines, Gaby and Leila, who come together to confront the war that is being waged between Heaven and Hell.Gaby is an accountant, who at first glance appears to Have OCD about everything As it turns out Gaby is harmonia, gifted with the ability to see patterns in just about anything She lives in 1972 Seattle with her younger brother and sister after the death of [...]

    9. With an intriguing premise a war between Heaven and Hell, and protagonists that not only time travel but also dimension travel this story will keep you turning the pages to see what happens next Gaby is a harmonia, gifted with the ability to see patterns in just about anything so she becomes an accountant one of the many humorous pokes in the book She lives in 1972 Seattle with her younger brother and sister after the death of their parents Leila s story picks up in France in 2012 Living with ad [...]

    10. This is an amazing story of fantasy, time and dimension travel and strong heroines with superpowers.Gaby Parker lives with her younger twin brother and sister, who she is looking after and taking care of after the murder of their parents, in 1970 s Seattle She is a Harmonia, which gives her the ability to see patterns in mostly everything Leila Rice, living with her adoptive parents, unaware she is a Nephilim, born of the union between a human and an angel In 2012 she travels to France to claim [...]

    11. Strong writing, two strong female leads, and a unique world make for a solid read If I could give it another half star, I would.I m sure a part of my problem with One Way Fare was due to the piecemeal nature of my reading schedule 15 minutes at a time is NOT the way to read a book, and I ve tried to look past that More important, it got too paranormal for my taste Really enjoyed the first few chapters, when it was clear it WAS paranormal but hadn t yet descended deeply into its singular para nes [...]

    12. Who needs Santa when you ve got a sister in law to fill your stocking with books like this Would I recommend it We are watching my year old nephew this week and I ve been jumping up and down volunteering to put him down for naps and bedtime He snuggles into my chest, I pop open the book, and by the time I m ready to stop reading and put him down he is soundly asleep.Check out my review of the Null City books by Barb Taub if you haven t yet The sale on her novellas lasts for a few days yet, but [...]

    13. An unusual storyAn unusual storyThis was a really engaging story told from two different viewpoints While I am not a fan of switching between main characters, the story was intriguing and keep me hooked.

    14. When Gaby Parker goes to sort out the accounting anomalies for Luic little does either of them know that they are being brought together for a much higher purpose Gaby is a Harmonia, she loves order, sees patterns and has responsibilities in the form of her younger brother and sister as their parents are dead Luic is a rock star, I imagined something along the lines of Steve Tyler But so strong are Gaby s gifts that she says of Luic, Sure he was pretty but this was accounting Brilliant Leila Ric [...]

    15. Title One Way Fare by Barb Taub and Hannah TaubGenre Paranormal FantasyWhat do you get when you have a demon, a half angel, an accountant with superpowers, and a rock star A group destined to save the world, apparently.When the fate of a magical city that allows those with special gifts to live a normal life is threatened, Gaby, Luic, Thomas, and Leila must find a way to save the city and keep history intact It may be harder than they thought the angels aren t necessarily on their side.One Way F [...]

    16. This book is a roaring time travel adventure with trains, angels, arson, humor, romance and lots of action and explosives It s fantastic It s as if Neil Gaimain, Georgette Heyer, and Dr Who had a train obsessed baby I loved it Gaby Parker and Leila Rice are stark opposites Gaby is an analytical nurturer, working as a temp accountant while raising her siblings Leila is a spoiled rich girl who just inherited a French castle But they have two things in common, mysterious powers and deadly enemies.W [...]

    17. Review from Mary Rosenblum, best selling author and instructor at the prestigious Clarion West Writers Workshop.Mary says, This is such a fine book, with strong and compelling characters, a rocketing pace, and a fun and fully invented world where heaven meets earth and earth sometimes beats out heaven It s well worth the read.

    18. 4.5 5.0This is either the weirdest story ever or the most brilliant It will stick with a reader for days trying to decide, and the fact alone makes it absolutely brilliant.Read full review in the 2014 August issue of InD tale Magazine.

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