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Just like his other books, this was easy to read and I found it hard to put down.
This book really makes you think and questions what you want your life to be like and how time means different things to different people and how it effects them.
The story line is typical Albon - very well written with great characters and a terrific story line.
I love this series of books for the simple reason the it reminds me to be grateful for what I have. I appreciate the simplicity of the stories and the heart warming characters. Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Maren Callahan
to write a book with this plot is intriguing. The twists and interweaving of the story kept my attention. I read the book in one afternoon. Read morePublished 1 day ago by my pets
An inspiring story about the real meaning of time. Sitting in the cave next to Father Time, the novel really forced me to contemplate my own life.Published 1 day ago by Essam Shabana
I thought that I needed to read a book that had some substance to it and I chose the wrong one for me. When it comes to reading time is of the essence, pun intended. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Jordan E. Ekern
If you enjoyed the topic of this novel, I would highly recommend 'Momo' by Michael Ende which delves deeper into the topic of time and how we are obsessed with technology and the... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Carsten Langrock
Easy read (just one day for me). Heart-warming themes. Makes you think about your own life without being too heavy.Published 2 days ago by C. R. Gramling
I wanted it to great and yet I never had a problem putting it down. In the end it felt like a meal that was missing enough salt. Not bad but very bland and forgettable.Published 3 days ago by tammi t