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Love Across Time Books 1-3 Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B084KRMJ4Z
- Language : English
- File size : 881 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 424 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 92,548 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I have to admit, I was hooked from chapter one, in part because I remember the 70's and still enjoy the 21st century. Annie Seaton has done a wonderful job of describing the folk festivals in both times and the interactions of the two main characters is entertaining and the whole time travel enigma seems plausible in the context of the story. This is mixed with dramas back home in Australia and the crazy stories of the wacky Hippie shopkeeper Jules. Loved it.
Book 2 - Beth and Silas's story
I couldn't wait to see where this book went, especially with Beth's History degree. The mystery surrounding her Aunt Alice and the possibility of Beth learning more than she should makes for some interesting conversations. We met both Beth and Silas in book one and so it was a bit of a surprise how they got together but there was never a dull moment during their early days. Now I am anxiously awaiting the next book to find out more about the McLaren family. I absolutely recommend these books.
Top reviews from other countries
Wow loving it 26% in brilliant - I am not saying what but something I can totally associate with
Well book one was brilliant I loved every bit of it
Book 2 started much the same
Loved every bit of this also
I am not giving anything away about these two books - I am so, so looking forward to book 3 ‘Lucy’s Story’ book
COME BACK TO ME -Meagan travels to London to attend a big music festival in a farm field. She is staying in a cottage that is right near but off the property. There are big stones in the middle of the field and they have a ley line that runs through them. She doesn't know this. She is from Australia and has traveled to do research for her thesis. She is studying one performer in particular. She has been a fan since she was a teen. She winds up in the past, about 40 years ago. She has no idea what is happening. This is a really good story. There is a lot more to the story but no need to give it away. Great read and I definitely recommend it.
FOLLOW ME - An Aussie female travels to a cottage in England where her great-aunt lived until she passed. As her mom is cleaning out the cottage she comes across a trunk full of journals and diary's. It seems to be a chronicle of her aunt's life. It seems her aunt was somewhat of a hippie and the odd one in the family. As this young lady travels back in time she discovers things are not as they seem. She also finds some big secrets from her mother. This is of course a time travel story and it is really good. It is not at all like Ms. Seaton normally writes. This story is filled with twists, secrets, etc. It is a great read and I highly recommend both books.
I was not paid for this review. I am not a writer nor do I know one. I am not kin to this author. I am a reader and this is my opinion, nothing more, nothing less. 12/17/2020
It was obvious to me that the author was writing from and outline, because in the first 10 pages I got a mental whiplash from absorbing what should have taken several chapters to develop. It's hard to get into a character when you're being thrown written "sound bites" right and left in the first chapter.
The whole book continued like this. I guess the only word to describe the character and plot development is "perfunctory". It's a good story, but the development needs work and more meat on the bones.
I'm also not a fan of rock star fiction and music-based stories. If you can't hear the music, then it's hard to relate to the description. I'm into more tangible emotional reactions when I read.
The book got better after the nun chuck flinging facts stopped. Enough that I want to read the second book.