• by D. T. Dyllin
  • Narrated by Ashley Holt
  • 6 hrs and 52 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Tamzea, a Mazatimz healer, found a home as part of the crew on the starship The Pittsburgh. But when a part of her past crashes into her present, she's forced to face the uncertainty of her future. Dragged back to a place Tamzea had hoped to leave in her worst nightmares, she discovers Eron, a man she thought dead. Determined to save each other, Tamzea and Eron must find a way to work together, despite their torrid past. With partial truths, and political games, will Tamzea be able to fix Eron, or is he too broken for even her to heal?


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Book 2 takes the story to a great place

Would you listen to Parallax again? Why?

Yes, once all the books are out, I want to listen to them in order.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Parallax?

Without giving away a spoiler, there is a great moment where the Eron character overcomes a huge issue visited on him by the Denards.

Which character – as performed by Ashley Holt – was your favorite?

The creepy alien who tortures people really stood out. The voice was appropriately creepy. Really creepy. Did I mention really creepy? The lead character was very soothing. Since she was a healer, it was very well done.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I didn't really have an extreme reaction to the book, but I did enjoy it quite a bit! A good followup to the first one, which is still my favorite of the series.

Any additional comments?

Looking forward to books 3 and 4.

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Had everything I live

First, I want to say I wish I could go back and edit my review of the first book. Hearing the second really cleared up some plot holes I complained about. If the two books came together as a two parter I wouldn't have been so lost. If the author is reading this, please know that I LOVED this book and will buy the next in the series for sure.

I loved how both protagonists shifted personalities for the better through the story. Hearing true love come full circle is something I enjoy greatly. This book had a set baddue that I could understand and hate, trials that were relatable, and a great arc and conclusion... but with enough of s cliffhanger to leave me wanting more. a+.

The narrator's tempo was miles better than the first book, in my opinion. Maybe it was because the main character had less sass to convey. The voices still needed more difference for individuality, though.
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- k james

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-10-2017
  • Publisher: Tik Tok Press