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Time After Time Hardcover – October 8, 2013
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"With the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who and movies like About Time (2013) at the box office, the time-travel theme gives this book plenty of pop-culture cachet." -- School Library Journal
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Stone is also the author of TIME BETWEEN US, which has been published in over twenty countries, and its companion novel, TIME AFTER TIME. The series follows a teen time traveler from present day and a girl in 1995 he can't seem to leave in his past.
A former Silicon Valley marketing executive, Stone enjoys skiing, traveling, and going to concerts. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and two children.
Listen to playlists and learn more about her books at www.tamarairelandstone.com.
Top Customer Reviews
Time Between Us had the benefit of containing a very emotionally-charged tragedy that happened to two very important side characters within the story. That tragedy turned things around and made the plot interesting. Unfortunately, there was no similar and suspenseful plot twist within TIME AFTER TIME. What made matters worse was that I was actually waiting for a tragedy to happen. Terrible of me? Perhaps, but I kept thinking that, what with all of the things that Bennett was "changing" in his world, something was bound to happen. But nothing did. Ok, there is something (a little something) that gives the book its "twist", but this "twist" doesn't quite live up to what happened in book one - and if I'm being perfectly honest, the outcome was quite obvious/predictable.
Here is TIME AFTER TIME in a nutshell (spoiler-free, of course):
- Bennett actually makes use of his ability for more than just visiting Anna.
- He gets a massive headache after each visit to Anna but *not* when he's changing the past in his present or the past in the past.
- Insecurities arise once more. Misunderstandings. Conflict.
- A sudden "sort of" solution.
- The end.Read more ›
When I found out that Time Between Us wasn't a standalone, I may have jumped for joy (And when I say that, I mean quite literally). I seriously fell in love with that book and couldn't wait for more of Bennett and Anna's bizarre story. Bizarre in the sense of how does a relationship work when you're literally living 17 years apart? B.i.z.a.r.r.e.
Time travel has always been something that's fascinated me; I mean how many times have you wished you could go back and change the outcome to something? Or what about wishing you could visit any place you wanted without spending all your money on traveling fees? Wouldn't the world just be a much easier place than it is now? I think so and it's always fun to just sit there and think what you would've done differently, where'd you go and how that might effect who you are at this very moment. Books that make you think, not necessarily about the story you're reading but if it were to actually happen, to you. I love books like that and that's exactly what both of these books are.
I have to admit, and though I don't want to, but I didn't like this book as much as the first book. Maybe it's because I didn't know what to expect with the first book, I picked that up on a whim and ended up loving or maybe because of how much I loved Time Between Us, I had such high expectations for Time After Time? I'm not sure but it just didn't wow me like the first book did.Read more ›
I fell in love with Anna and Bennett's story after reading The Time Between Us and I couldn't wait to delve right back into their story. I knew that things weren't going to be easy for them but, being the hopeless romantic that I am and having the faith that I do in Ms. Stone's story telling ability, I had the utmost faith that everything was going to some how work out for them both. That in their case, love really would conquer all.
The struggles that Bennett has to deal with from having the abilities he does is not an easy one. The longing that he has for Anna when he is not with her and the lengths that he goes to to be a part of her life really were endearing and heartwarming. Even though their relationship has its ups and downs, one thing is always certain, the love that they both have for one another is true and real.
It is apparent that Bennett is struggling throughout the book about what is right, what is wrong and where he really should be versus where he wants to be. What is morally right and just how far he should take his abilities and just how far he should take his relationship with Anna. He wants what is best for both of them, even if that means saying goodbye.
I love that Brooke gets a voice in this and that we really get to see her come to life and be more than just a name from the first book. I love how close they are and how supportive there are for one another.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great addition to the first book! The first was great, but I enjoyed having Bennet's side of the story.Published 5 months ago by Melanie H
Though Time Between Us didn't actually require a sequel, Time After Time is actually a very neat follow-up. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Alexa @ Alexa Loves Books
I just love the book I wish that there was more but I know that is the end and Bennett and Anna might not live a happily ever after but they love each other. Read morePublished 13 months ago by alexiapadilla
Couldn't put it down! A sweet, romanic, innovative, non graphic read.Published 15 months ago by Chris Bennett
First off thank you to the publisher and NetGalley for giving me this amazing ARC.
Oh the feels. I love this series so much and I am sad that it is over. Read more
I am not sure why I chose this book to read, as, as soon as I realized it was about time travel it put me off as I don't usually choose books with this subject matter. Read morePublished 17 months ago by read-along-with-sue
This book made me incredibly happy. I also think this falls under the category of “Best Sequel I’ve Read This Year”. I am not lying. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Marianne Lee (Boricuan Bookworms)