Who said time travel was easy?
The Time Baroness
was an interesting book to me because it
combined three of my
favourite genres - science fiction, historical
romance. Read more
Published 4 months ago by L. Stringer
written time travel. Coming from a time travel novelist myself. I wanna grow up to be this author. Read
I enjoyed this take on
time travel. Definite sci-fi. Mostly it is a romance novel. Scientist (PhD) Cassandra time travels to the past to experience Britain in the early 1800's. Read more
well-written and enjoyable novel. I appreciated the profound moral position taken by the main characters at the end, as opposed to the shallow morals shown by other characters.
travel book. Unique and full of surprises. Vampires and other "things" at a strange but elite school in the Victorian era and a young woman from the present who... Read more
write using time travel. The story line(s) kept me interested and even though I read it on vacation in beautiful New Zealand, I wanted to read it every chance I... Read more
Cassandra travels back in time to experience 19th century London as Jane Austen knew it and finds much more. Read
How many of us
would like to have the opportunity to go back in time and live in Jane Austen's world for a year as Cassandra did. Read more
continuation of The Time Baroness characters, however you could pick up enough in the story to piece it together. Read more
I feel like I
was there! This story is so well written, you literally get lost in the writing.
I was pleasantly surprised that it picked up almost immediately after the... Read more
not so much romance novel
but an interesting story of a woman (scientist ) and her experiences going back in time. she is not the typical romantic heroine. Read more
Even though I
didn't read the first book in the series, I certainly will. The only question is which of the two books to read first, the beginning or the end. Read more
I found the book
exciting, interesting, easy reading, very hard to put down. Loved the characters, the twist at the end intriguing and I'm ready to read the next book.
The characters and
writing style perfectly blended together to make a very interesting and unique story of time travel come to life. Read more
I couldn't put this
book down. I Enjoyed the story and looking forward to reading her other books in the series
I read this
one first before reading the first novel in this series, but it was easy to figure out the characters and what had gone before. Read more
reading this book; well written narrative, interesting characters and a happy ending. What more can you ask? It' a fast read, satisfactory in every way.
Interesting series of
books. Different from my usual fictional reads, so I enjoyed them very much.
I liked this
book very much, well written and a bit of a departure from the usual.
I enjoy this series
greatly and even though this particular time period is not my favorite, I liked the book very much. Read
I enjoyed the book. It
captured my interest, was a subject that had been researched, time period wise, and the end wasn't a neat wrap up but one that made sense, all things... Read more
Young-Ellis really does her
research...historical novels are interesting but this has the added twist of the time travel angle.. Read
It was clear that
reading the previous books in the series would have been helpful, although this book did stand alone. Read
This was an
interesting spin on time travel books. I liked the way the book was outlined and the historical aspect that was woven through the book. Read more
A great book, in
a great series! It combines a love of history and a good story and makes it enjoyable.
Ms. Young-Ellis has a
good grasp on writing believable characters and did her research on historical events and settings. Read
I thoroughly enjoyed
this book and all of its character development! I was caught up in the story and had a hard time putting my book down!
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