• Time: Rockstar New Adult Romance

  • Hypothesis Series, Book 6
  • By: Penny Reid
  • Narrated by: Fiona Fischer, Jacob Morgan
  • Length: 7 hrs and 44 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (150 ratings)

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By: Penny Reid
Narrated by: Fiona Fischer,Jacob Morgan
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Publisher's Summary

From New York Times best-selling author Penny Reid:

A (brokenhearted) physicist.

Now an infamous (who is literally everywhere! Ugh!) musician.

The worst has already happened.

Mona has learned that she has nothing figured out and plans are meaningless. After leaving her in Aspen, Abram is now breaking sales records, rising to rock star fame almost overnight. Mona can’t seem to escape him. He is literally everywhere or, at least, images of him are.

Just when she thinks things can't get any more confusing, Abram returns.

What happens next? Only time will tell. 

Time is book six in Hypothesis Series.

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LOVE this author!

I have listened to many of Pennys Reid’s books now and I just can’t get enough. I become addicted to each story and thoroughly enjoy how she writes the love scenes. So juicy!!! I also love how she incorporates characters from other books of hers into each story. The crossover is wonderful. Keep up the great work Penny Reid!

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Runs completely out of steam

The Elements of Chemistry part of this series (the first 3 books), while not brilliant literature, are hot, and a compelling story. The male protagonist is an ass, and in real life, one should run screaming from him, but as a fictional character he is redeemed, and the result is a steamy read. This physics portion of the trilogy, however, lacks any of the compelling angst or danger or spark of the first three books. The plot "complications" are laughable, and register as totally unbelievable for a fully formed adult character. The male lead varies between being a beacon of politically correct masculinity, and a total condescending, overprotective weirdo. The main character is at times the totally self-aware daughter of musical superstars, and at other times an awkward, socially inexperienced, timid introvert. The rendering is SUPER inconsistent. The female narrator mispronounces any number of words throughout the series in ways that are distracting. The third book of the series has the culminating sexual encounter....maybe halfway through? By that point I was too bored to care. And then...the book just drags on and on for no apparent reason. Then it ends on nothing...

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male voice is too robotic

I'm having trouble concentrating whenever i listen to Jacob Morgan's voice, it sounds so idiotic when he tries to mimic a female voice. He sounds too monotone for me. I'm not really feeling him, or is it just me?

but Fiona did fantastic! She's perfect for the role

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This series felt like perfection to me. All the feels. I was so committed to their relationship succeeding and just FELT so much while listening.

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Love the crossover characters!

I love the crossover characters from other series and always enjoy Reid’s humor; HOWEVER, I have to take breaks between her books simply because of One of the narrator’s, Fiona, irritating “popping”, “clicking”, “smacking” sounds she makes at beginning/end of speaking!

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Nothing like the 1st 3 books in Hypothesis

this is a slowwww burn. however this really made me like Abram. I didn't like him when he was after Parker, and the cover art was a definite deterent. he is no n rock star I'd check for. I really hope Penny Ried gets b over this beard fetish, because it's a deterent. luckily Penny's a great writer and always delivers awesome content

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4.5 Stars - Gotta Read All 3 Together

Time By Penny Reid
Narrated by Fiona Fischer and Jacob Morgan
Hypothesis Book 6

This is the conclusion of the Motion/Space/Time Trilogy and what a trilogy! I had originally read the first two books back to back when they were released for review (being lucky to have received an ARC of both of those) however, I missed out on the arc of Time and had to wait for the actual release date… meaning there was too much Time (pun intended) in between the 2nd and 3rd book. When I started reading Time, I felt I was missing the hyped feelings the first two books had created, as I had read others books in between...so I put it down....vowing to reread the first before the 3rd when I had a time to devote to it. 

Flash forward to now where I have downloaded all 3 audiobooks and immersed myself back into the world with Mona and Abram… I am so glad I waited and did this. Back to back reading is the only way to go! Loved Abram and Mona together. So sweet, their love for each other shows, and they work hard to keep their relationship strong. I loved seeing them make mistakes throughout the books and overcome their hardships. It was well worth the read! 

Penny Reid is a favourite author of mine. Her writing is phenomenal and I love her unique characters. 

Fiona Fischer and Jacob Morgan did a wonderful job on narration. Loved it all. 

The Motion/Space/Time trilogy is part of the Hypothesis series but can be read as a standalone trilogy. The first 3 are a seperate trilogy. 

~ Paragraphs and Petticoats ~

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I Love this Series!

I really love this series, but I have one critique.
I wish the female parts were read by a woman, and the male parts were read by a man. I find the sound of a man speaking for the female characters is very off-putting and it takes away from my enjoyment of the book.

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Penny Reid’s Hypothesis Series ROCKS!

I absolutely LOVE the Hypothesis Series by Penny Reid. I love the smart & amazing characters that she has brought to life with these stories. I have truly enjoyed the series & many other books by Penny Reid. My new favorite author for sure! Starting the ‘Beard’ 🧔 books now!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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Penny’s stories are the best!

I love Penny’s characters. I so appreciate that these characters are so relatable despite their relatable wealth/careers. The themes of this story were thought provoking. The representation of intelligent characters in “romance” is awesome. Thank you Penny for bringing heart, soul, intelligence and passion into the world via your words!