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-Mary Wortley Montagu
-Mary Wortley Montagu
5 Stars | Adult | Fiction | Friendship | Romance | Time Travel
Makes me cry every time
When Savannah unwittingly opens a door to an event best left unspoken, she must protect her friend from the spirit she let in. She needs to find a way to close the door before Tyeshia is lost, but can she focus on what needs to be done when another spirit is distracting her?
I read this book many years ago when it was first published and a few more times since then. It is one of my all-time favorite books. I can easily read it in a day or two and it never gets old. The story starts off a little slow, introducing us to the main characters, allowing us to get to know them and their personalities, for when they are thrown into the main objective of the story. But soon builds in intensity as the author moves flawlessly back and forth between the present and the past. The transition between time periods was always at a point when you don’t want to stop reading, cuts to a different time and you feel for the characters and what they are going through, then goes back and you are reading as fast as you can just find out how it ends!
The author did such an amazing job with the character interactions, their dialogues, and the historical aspects. I could picture everything like a movie as I read. There were a couple mechanical errors I found while reading, an extra letter or misspelled word, but nothing that ruined the story to merit losing a star. This book didn’t leave me with any questions, wondering what happened to a particular character or event, it was wrapped up perfectly; leaving me in a pool of tears and satisfied with how it ended.
I constantly recommend this book to anyone looking for this type of story and it will forever be in my library.
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