I loved the author's first book Timebound and read it on my kindle. I had some issues with that book but let those issues go because I got a really gr..Show More »eat and interesting story. I wished the narrator had a greater range playing different characters. It was the male voices that seemed very one-dimensional. Luckily one male character had an Irish accent so you could tell it was him, but for all the other men, the female narrator, seemed to only have one voice for all men. Unfortunately for me, I'm a middle aged married woman who works in the history field and lives in Washington, DC. There is more of a romance, where our young heroine gets the attention of two hot guys and it is more of the story than in the last book. I'm not really into romances. Though the book is set in the DC metro area, I don't think it really captures the sections of the area it is set. But then again many writers never do get it right. As an adult, I found a few of the supposedly adult characters immature. I probably could have enjoyed it more if I turned my brain off. Overall, it was a decent time travel book and the series is still looking promising. I didn't find the different time lines confusing, and despite the other issues I have with the characters, aspects of the story and the narrator, listening was enjoyable enough to pass the time.
I love these books, the characters are so real. I know from personal experiance Saul is SPOT ON the abuser personality. Prus story is so heart breakin..Show More »g, and real, its hard to see her as a villan after this. Rysa Walker is an amazing story teller. Ive never loved a set of books more then I love hers. this is deffinately a good read. What makes these books extra special is theres never any contradictions. Each book and novella fit into the the others flawlessly, and only add to your understanding.