“Having personally witnessed the reality of Laura Lynne Jackson’s mediumship abilities, I was elated to find that she was sharing her story through this marvelous book. I read The Light Between Us with great joy, savoring the wonderful stories and messages of hope. Published in the United States by Spiegel & Grau, an imprint of Random House, a division of The light between us: stories from heaven. lessons for the living. Editorial Reviews. Review. “Having personally witnessed the reality of Laura Lynne Jackson's The Light Between Us: Stories from Heaven. Lessons for the.

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The Light Between Us is about Laura Lynne Jackson's growth and development as a psychic medium throughout the years. Read my review. The Light Between Us book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. For readers of Proof of Heaven, this is the astonishing true. The Light Between Us book. Read 73 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Isaac and Thea were once close, but they've grown

That being said, the process of opening to our spiritual selves is a journey. You strengthen your abilities as you practice and learn to trust yourself.

Not everything is available to you at one time and for a good reason. Like many, Laura views the earth as a big classroom. We are all here to learn lessons and to help others.

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Katie has done it again, creating a fantastic and unique plot with characters that I loved, flaws and all. I may even be a little in love with Isaac.

Overall, a brilliant book that I will be reviewing in more detail over on my blog: Boo I read this book in 2 sittings, completely addicted to this storyline and how it was written in such a captivating and believable way. Book Review: The Light Between Us Jul 21, Christina Reid rated it really liked it.

So happy to have read this! Review to come as part of the blog tour. Jun 12, Ailsa rated it really liked it. The Light Between Us is a sci-fi romance done right. Thanks to the publisher for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review Jul 10, Nicki Southwell rated it really liked it Shelves: Review to follow. Nov 07, Maddy Harland rated it it was amazing.

This is a book about 4 women friends. They are academically gifted, gorgeous, and fearless. It is so good to see such positive young female role models in a sci-fi novel. Then there is Isaac Mendelsohn, a credible male lead and the heroine's love interest. There are many reviews of Katie Kahn's book outlining the plot so I am not going to elaborate on what actually happens. I just want to make a couple of points. Firstly, I like the way the science is handled without too many complicated, mind-nu This is a book about 4 women friends.

Firstly, I like the way the science is handled without too many complicated, mind-numbing details. I like the fact that time travel is not simply travelling back and forward in time. It has a spiralling, evolutionary capacity that creates deep entangled complexity. I LOVE the way Katie Khan is able to work with this multi-dimensional timeline and weave its circular, complex nature into the plot. This had the feel of T S Eliot: I also loved the jaunts around London that the author took me on.

She obviously knows this remarkable city like the back of her hand and it really shows in the prose. I am travelling the roller coaster with her. Lastly, I am fascinated by the dual aspect of personality that is explored in this novel. Without giving too much away, a portrait of someone who is both light and dark, warm, compassionate and indeed passionate, and at the same time is cold, repressed and 'speaks like Spock' really interested me.

Khan delivers so much more than a clever sci-fi story. She also delivers more than 'romance'.

There is a depth to her writing that stretches my aching heart, delves deftly into the human condition and the nature of suffering, and leaves me feeling both expanded and emotionally shattered at the same time. I don't want the story to end. This is only Book Two from this unusual female voice. I can't wait to read the next one. Apr 06, Paulina infinitechapters rated it liked it.

I'm really sorry but I simply couldn't enjoy this book. Mar 11, Renita D'Silva rated it liked it. Aug 05, Chrys rated it liked it. Conflicted by this one, I really enjoyed parts of it but certain aspects just didn't make sense and overall it felt unresolved. I love the mixture of science fiction and romance, and I loved her first book. I think maybe time travel is too speculative for it to work easily.

Fingers crossed for the next one Jun 17, Reading with 2 book lovers rated it really liked it. Aug 09, Jo rated it it was amazing. I was really grateful to receive a proof copy of this book from Hannah Bright at Penguin Random House. This is Katie's second novel and I must confess I have had her on my giant TBR pile for a while having never quite got round to reading her debut novel "Hold Back the Stars". The book starts with Thea and Isaac our main characters who meet at Oxford University in Then jumping forward to the present Thea is still at Oxford as a post-graduate.

We come to learn there's been a breakdown in thei I was really grateful to receive a proof copy of this book from Hannah Bright at Penguin Random House.

We come to learn there's been a breakdown in their friendship. However the main event is Thea wanting to conduct an experiment to do with time travel. This literally starts off this amazing story with a big bang! Events take a dramatic turn as her friends Rosy, Urvisha and Ayo join in the adventure.

The science behind what Thea is trying to achieve is really well explained by Katie and engages the reader in a new way. You think you are embarking on a love story which in part it is but it's so much more than that.

It's a bold plot, something very original and different to the usual perception of a love story. Thea is a fabulous female lead in this. She is strong willed and determined. She works hard to prove her theory and keeps picking herself back up again when things seemingly don't go to plan. She is brave and courageous and her character really ties everything together.

I loved the female bond and friendship between Thea, Rosy, Urvisha and Ayo. There is a long history going back to their undergraduate days. They are all skilled in their own right and quite straightforward with each other.

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However there is no rivalry. They support Thea in her project and use their own knowledge to help her along. The history between Isaac and Thea is explored in a clever way. We go back in time in little snippets which gently unravel the past and then back to the present again as they confront the feelings they have for each other. There are things unsaid from the past and you can sense the deep feelings they have for each other from the outset.

I loved their excursions in London my home turf as they were like two detectives unravelling a mystery and deepening their relationship in the process. From the National Portrait Gallery which has made me want to visit again past the Houses of Parliament, to Leicester Square and Kew, you get a taste of the more hidden treasures of London.

There is real depth to this book as no stone is left unturned for Thea. Later on, she comes to explain her family background, something she refused to do before and why she puts up a bit of a barrier in her relationships. That for me was a really emotional "tug at the heart strings moment" and showcased the wide range of themes Katie has covered in this book.

The end of the book is simply beautiful and poetic. There is a lovely contrast between 'reality' and sci-fi and it's written so well that you don't notice the cross-over. All in all, I found this to be a magical, enchanting read. It has a strong female cast of characters with a different take on a 'boy meets girl' love story. It kept me up late last night and I just couldn't wait to rave about it to you all. You will definitely not regret picking this up.

It's an engaging read, full of love, friendship, adventure and poetic writing. The ending is just beautiful and something you won't expect. Aug 06, Karen Cole rated it it was amazing. Thea and Isaac become friends at Oxford University but have drifted apart over the past few years. Isaac believes Thea has become too single minded to the point of obsession while she resents what she perceives as his lack of belief in her work. She fervently believes she can prove time travel 4.

She fervently believes she can prove time travel is possible but after the University refused to allow her to write her PhD on time travel, she has spent the past eight years carrying out her own research.

She's now at the point where she has to take what could be a personally and professionally dangerous next step if she is ever to prove her theory. There is a lot of Physics in the book and it is necessarily complicated - these are advanced concepts, after all - but thankfully complex scientific theories are explained to Isaac in terms which most lay people will be able to understand.

The idea of time travel being possible is fascinating and the relationship between Isaac and Thea is utterly compelling but this is also a book about the importance of friendship. Though Thea endured a tragic event in her childhood, she has been fortunate to have found a group of independent, strong women who are always there for each other. I loved all characters in The Light Between Us; Thea is the driving force, she is highly intelligent but her determination to be right has meant she has neglected the other areas of her life and she struggles to open up emotionally.

When Isaac returns to Thea's life it's not as a white knight, there to save the day but as a concerned friend who respects the superior knowledge of others and just wants to help. Ayo, Urvisha and Rosy are forthright, brilliant women, perhaps best summed up through Ayo's description of the four of them; 'A crazy genius, a sarcastic hacker, an upper-class lady, and a Naija queen?

Sounds like a good team to me,' Ayo says haughtily as they cross the three stepping stones leading to the barn. There is such a lyrical artistry to the writing in The Light Between Us, I loved how it juxtaposes science fiction with art, with Barbara Hepworth's sculpture, Stringed Figure Curlew being particularly significant.

There's an almost palpable sense of longing in the book with its poignant exploration of loving the right person at the wrong time. If I'm being really picky, I was slightly disappointed that the storyline regarding the historical discoveries was perhaps sacrificed a little for the sci-fi exposition but this is a minor quibble because there are some resulting scenes which are just breathtakingly beautiful.

The Light Between Us is an intriguing, funny, romantic and intelligent novel which thoughtfully examines the theories behind space-time and the risk of changing too much should time travel be possible. There are parts which are achingly sad but this ambitious, bittersweet novel really tells a universal human truth and is a captivating paean to the power of friendship and love.

Jul 23, Beverley rated it it was amazing Shelves: Oh Katie Khan, what are you doing to me?! First you write Hold Back the Stars which 18 months after reading I still frequently think about and now you have filled my heart with The Light Between Us.

The Light Between Us is about two estranged friends, Thea and Isaac, who are brought back together when she discovers how to travel through time.

Thea is studying for her PhD at Oxford University and despite the Physics Department believing that her theory is a waste of time she has doggedly persevere Oh Katie Khan, what are you doing to me?! Thea is studying for her PhD at Oxford University and despite the Physics Department believing that her theory is a waste of time she has doggedly persevered and at the moment of success she needs to hear the voice of her best friend.

This is a book about love and missed opportunities. The friendship between Thea and Isaac is one of those complicated yet oh so simple relationships. There is an understanding and a shorthand between them that only comes with a history like theirs and yet, what if they had been more than friends? I loved the push and pull of their friendship, the underlying tensions and layers of meaning invoked from a look or throwaway comment.

Being more than friends could either be the worst or best thing that ever happened to them.

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Katie Khan uses incredibly beautiful and poetic writing to describe the notions of time travel and it never once felt ridiculous or like I had to suspend belief. It all felt so incredibly real to me, and I fully believed that Thea and her friends had achieved the impossible and I fell head long into their world.

I love how Katie Khan takes wonderfully crazy things like time travel and future dystopian worlds and uses them to explore very human themes like love, friendship and loyalty.

This friendship group is very realistic — ancient in-jokes collide with straight talking advice and segue into full on mickey taking. I really felt like I recognised this group of women and how their friendship fed and nourished one another.

It was a dream to read. I thought this was a beautifully written and accomplished book with some gorgeous imagery and stunning lines. In fact, I fell in love with this book when I read the first line which I thought was poetic and gripping all at once; The planets were moving towards each other in the night sky when Isaac and Thea first met.

This really is a book that you can fall into, lose yourself completely in and emerge blinking into the real world again a few hours later.

I loved this book, it is a warm, tender love story with characters that leap from the page and stacks of heart.

Bravo Katie.

Jan 22, Patricia rated it really liked it. Thea and Isaac have been friends since university. Their attraction is undeniable but their timing awful. The main issue though is that from the start Thea has been obsessed with the idea that time travel is possible and her brilliant scientific mind has found a way.

When an experiment goes wrong and one of her best friends and Isaacs exes goes missing they are drawn together again to search through time, not just for her but maybe for each other too. Do not read this book if you are lik Thea and Isaac have been friends since university.


Do not read this book if you are likely to be distracted. My usual attempt to read at work, on the bus was pretty fruitless as there is a lot of theorising and philosophising in this book.

If you get distracted for a moment you're likely to be lost. Well, I was but you can't say I didn't warn you. Time travel seems to be the in thing lately so this book couldn't have been published at a better time. It's marketed as a love story but for me, it is much more about the possibilities and consequences of messing with time. Whilst it doesn't go hard and heavy on the science I did find myself sympathising with Isaacs confusion and it is he who is the perfect conduit to Thea's theories and our understanding.

As I said before I did find if I was even a little distracted I ended up losing the thread of Thea's theories but in the main, they aren't too out there. Although we know time travel isn't possible or do we the ideas behind how she does it was convincing enough for this not to feel daft. I especially like the ideas of the gems and crystals been used. Probably mainly because I work with them and I had a moment of "finally there's something I can understand easily!

The novel is undoubtedly Thea and Isaacs story but it really has a strong sci-fi theme as well that might put some people off if they were not expecting it to be such an integral part of the story. But those people are missing out if they can't get past any previous prejudices. Whilst not as instantly engrossing as Hold Back The Stars Katie Khan has more than succeeded in getting past that difficult second novel hurdle.

I get the feeling that with this and the upcoming movie adaption of her first book her will soon be a household name. Aug 13, Dan Dalton rated it it was amazing. Katie Khan's debut novel, Hold Back The Stars, asked us to consider the fates of two people tumbling through space, with limited oxygen, as they reflect on their relationship and try to save each other.

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If one could survive, what would life look like without the other? The result was a powerful examination of love with an ending that left me in tears. Her new novel, The Light Between Us, asks us to consider a love that never happened, for one reason or another, and what might be different if the Katie Khan's debut novel, Hold Back The Stars, asked us to consider the fates of two people tumbling through space, with limited oxygen, as they reflect on their relationship and try to save each other.I also loved her tips for listening to the signs that we get from the other side.

After reading this book, I feel comfort knowing that love is never lost. I thoroughly enjoyed reading The Light Between Us: I would think it would be more of a personal answer. This universe is much bigger and more beautiful than we have al This is one of those books that marks a before-I-read-it and after, in my life.

But, knowning myself the way I do, I'd still question it. See all customer images. What then follows is a story about righting wrongs and of Thea's need to prove that, if given a second chance, she can begin to make amends for what has happened in the past.

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