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Saturday, February 6, 2016

Book Review: Milo’s Story (A Short Story from the Gateway Triology) By: E.E. Holmes

Milo's Story: Stories from The Gateway (The Gateway Trilogy #3.5)
by E.E. Holmes
February 11th 2015
36 pages
by Lily Faire Publishing

From the world of E.E. Holmes' award-winning paranormal series, The Gateway Trilogy, comes the first in a set of stories that will take the reader even deeper into the lives of their favorite characters. In Milo's Story, journey back to Milo's first day at New Beginnings, and discover the details of how he and Hannah first met, told from the ever-sassy perspective of everyone's favorite spirit guide.

This is the story of Milo, who is a ghost in the Gateway Trilogy. It was a little short story that E.E. Holmes gave her e-newsletter subscribers. 

I enjoyed the short story. It gave the background of Milo that was never covered in the trilogy. It was short and sweet and worth the read. It’s always fun to know how a character came to be so to speak and this story gives some much needed background.

Getting 4.5 sheep

Denise B

About the Author:
E.E. Holmes grew up near Boston, Massachusetts, where she spent the majority of her childhood reading books. She read them almost constantly, and as a result, perfected the art of walking and reading at the same time, a skill she can still perform to this day with remarkably few instances of falling on her face. She also wrote many books and poems in blank books and on the backs of legal pads her father brought home from the office. They remain some of her finest work.

E.E. Holmes lives in central Massachusetts with her husband, two children, and small, but surprisingly loud dog. When not writing, she enjoys watching unhealthy amounts of British television, procrastinating, and rediscovering her favorite books from her childhood all over again with her kids. Her next project is Spirit Ascendancy: Book 3 of the Gateway Trilogy, due for release in November of 2015. 

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