- File Size: 1471 KB
- Print Length: 250 pages
- Publication Date: January 19, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00F9F7QKI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #566,033 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Love Lost in Time (Victorian Time-Travel) Kindle Edition
|Length: 250 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Ms. Peterson is becoming one of my favorite narrators. I love her voice and how she puts so much emotion into it for her characters. She really brings the story alive for me pulling me in with an audio I had trouble putting down. There are no background noises, no repeating of words, no volume changes, just a wonderful clean, clear audio that really grabs your attention. If any breaks were taken I could not tell, the deleterious is wonderful, powerful and totally delightful. I had no trouble at all picturing each scene from the thrill, confusion, excitement in my mind. Her performance as always is outstanding and one you get lost in. This narrator has a very smooth and rich voice she has no trouble pulling off each scene making you feel as if you are there. Her male voices are just as wonderful as her female’s ones. You always know what each character is feeling and just what they are going through. Her voice is one I never get tired of listening to. I am so looking forward to listening to more of her work.
Andrew is a delightful character he has mixed emotions on why he went ahead in time. Halle feels lost not knowing her father and is spending her time hunting him down. We the listener has mixed emotions with him. You have to even wonder if he is really real, than you wonder just how he is mixed up in all the mystery around him. My emotions were all over the place why listening to this audio. There is a lot of mystery, a little confusion for the characters on how the time travel is possible. I loved how that is played out from getting Halle to believe he is from the past. It really is a great plot that is well written. I look forward to getting to know more of this authors work.
***** Slight Spoiler from this point on*****
Since her Father came from the present time and not the past there were some things that weren't explained. How did he meet Nigel in the past? How did he find a place to stay when he arrived in the past? How did he know Lucy? What did he do once he went trough the tree, did he hide in the Harrington's stable? It didn't exactly add up as far as his part went but the rest of the story was all explained and for the most part the important questions were answered and the mysteries were all solved. I will be following this author and the rest of this series.
It has a couple holes... Which I can't point out without giving spoilers.
Regardless, it was an enjoyable read and I would consider the second story in the series. Ms. Higgins is a good storyteller and I am curious to see where her world takes us next. I would rate it a five stars for the fact that I had a hard time putting it down, except that I didn't feel that way until I hit a fifth of the way through.
I adore Halle, the heroine, and I love how she weaves her way into this unfamiliar landscape of the Victorian era, using her love of history and her huge heart to become part of a family and someone who makes ripples of change where change seems impossible.
Halle Chapman travels to Buckland Manor in search of the father she has corresponded with but never met. She arrives with her friends to discover anything she can about her father who's last known location was at the manor. There she meets the mysterious Andrew a worker with secrets. Andrew appears aged and sick but Halle is strangely attracted to him. This attraction will lead Halle on a journey she never could have imagined to a place she always wanted to be.
I look forward to her sequel to this story coming out in 2014.