Read The Ship Beyond Time (The Girl From Everywhere, #2) Online Free - Nix has spent her whole life journeying to places both real and imagined aboard her time-traveling father’s ship. And now it’s finally time for her to take the helm. Her father has given up his obsession to save her mother—and possibly erase Nix’s existence—and Nix’s future lies bright before her. Until she learns that she is destined to lose the one she loves. But her relationship with Kash—best friend, thief, charmer extraordinaire—is only just beginning. How can she bear to lose him? How can she bear to become as adrift and alone as her father?
Desperate to change her fate, Nix takes her crew to a mythical utopia to meet another Navigator who promises to teach her how to manipulate time. But everything in this utopia is constantly changing, and nothing is what it seems—not even her relationship with Kash. Nix must grapple with whether anyone can escape her destiny, her history, her choices. Heidi Heilig weaves fantasy, history, and romance together to tackle questions of free will, fate, and what it means to love another person. But at the center of this adventure are the extraordinary, multifaceted, and multicultural characters that leap off the page, and an intricate, recognizable world that has no bounds. The sequel—and conclusion—to the indie darling The Girl from Everywhere will be devoured by fans of Rachel Hartman and Maggie Stiefvater.
|Title||:||The Ship Beyond Time (The Girl From Everywhere, #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||384 pages|
October 14, 2017
Release date: February 28, 2017
I really like ships and Heidi Heilig's writing, so obviously this was a fun read.
It took me some time in the first book to figure out the rules for time travel in this series and how everything operated (like how they can go to real worlds and fantasy/mythological w...
February 21, 2017
2/21/2017 ONE WEEK LEFT. I MADE A BOOK TRAILER TO DEAL WITH MY NERVES. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WdY41...
Man looking back i feel like such a jerk, like what author talks such smack about their own book?
Me, obviously. Me, the jerk.
Currently in first round edits and irrational...
July 21, 2017
So while I really really really like this duolgoy and the premise -- I was super confused okay. Like imagination confusion, but with a superhero cape: because that would be me. I think it was just the paradoxes, the alternate reality theories, and the rewriting history that sort of did my head in...
March 03, 2017
Actual rating: 3.5 stars
“Our lives are before us, not behind.”
“That depends on where you’re standing on the timeline.”
A couple of months ago when I first held The Girl from Everywhere in my hands, I was expecting a really fun read with adventures, time-travel, hot Persian thieves and an unforget...
February 10, 2017
Oh man. I don't even know where to start with this one.
I loved the set up for this book. I really enjoyed the first book, but I was eager to see how the relationship between Nix and Kashmir progressed. And for the most part, it didn't disappoint. There are definitely some things that transpired...
August 03, 2017
I sent this letter to the author and am posting it here because I'm so concerned for other Native people who might pick up this book. This isn't meant to publicly shame the author at all. She seems like a generally good person who has done a lot of great social justice work, and I'm not suggestin...
May 25, 2017
Not sure if I loved this /quite/ as much as the first one, but I can't put my finger on why.....so maybe I did? Idk. This book DOES focus on one of my favorite mythical cities, Ys. I'm a huge Breton history and folklore nerd so this was a personal bonus. THERE IS MORE KASH. Lots more. Way more...
June 23, 2017
Awesome sequel! It was action-packed and had much more plot development, much more myths and legends, and much more swoony times with Kash. :D
I only wish the we got a bit more character development with some of the secondary characters (and a smidge disappointed by the ending but probably becaus...
March 28, 2017
Such a great book! And a great second half of the duology, so enjoyable, and how things wrapped up! Great book!
April 02, 2017
Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes.
Last year I read The Girl from Everywhere, Heidi Heilig's debut SFF time-travelling novel, and I LOVED it. You can read my review here, but I basically praised the characters, the character dynamics and interactions, the setting...