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Prince of Time (The After Cilmeri Series) Paperback – March 26, 2011
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The After Cilmeri Series:
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Guardians of Time
Masters of Time
The Gareth and Gwen Medieval Mysteries:
The Lost Brother
The Renegade Merchant
The Unexpected Ally
The Lion of Wales series:
The Oaken Door
Of Men and Dragons
A Long Cloud
Frost Against the Hilt
The Last Pendragon Saga:
The Pendragon's Blade
Song of the Pendragon
The Pendragon's Champions
Rise of the Pendragon
The Pendragon's Challenge
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Top Customer Reviews
Loved seeing David and Ieaun going back to the future. Seeing Ieaun's reaction to everything was priceless! I can't help but wonder though, without ID or cash, if they wouldn't have struggled a little more, even with Bronwan. And I would have loved to actually see the scene where Llywelyn was hurt and not just hearing about it.
I think that some reviewers need to understand this is NOT a standalone. Though you can read it first, it really won't make a lot of sense without reading the previous books, at least 1 and 2. There are a lot of place names and persons that are previously introduced in other books and it would be overwhelming to try and absorb all of it without previous reference.
Great job again!
This series would have been so much better if the author took as much care with language and syntax as she did with her historical re-write (which I for one approve). It is bad enough that the Welsh characters from the thirteenth century talk and think using modern language. The author further insults our intelligence, the Prince explains words like ok as being American, which is the land that Prince Madoc discovered when he left Wales almost a century ago when he sailed away. In addition, she has the thirteenth century characters using words that were not a part of language until centuries later. Maybe I am being fussy but when I read medieval stories, I expect them to talk as they did then, not like people from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries and to have a little trouble understanding us.
Then there is the way that Meg and Anna and later David and Anna arrive, in vehicles that the Prince thinks is a marvelous chariot. If she had not had David and Anna arrive in the same way in her second book this could be more easily overlooked since the car that Meg and Anna arrived in sank into the swamp after the Prince and Goronwy rescue them. Goronwy is very loyal to his Prince and becomes a beloved father figure to little Anna so there is no danger of him telling how the two women arrived. However, years later when David and Anna arrive back in Wales it is during a battle and is witnessed by many on both sides.Read more ›
If you like time traveling and the era of Kings, Queens, Knights and Castles you'll love this. A fair bit of history is in the well written story that jumps back and forth from modern time to ancient Wales. You'll have to find the rest of the books in the series and get the whole story.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really enjoy this series and can attest to having purchased up to 6 of the series. The time-travel seems slightly trite but the history is all new to me, complicated and... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Michele A. Franck
It wasn't good enough for me to keep reading the series. I liked the Daughter of Time, Footsteps in Time was OK, and I was hoping for it to pick up in Prince of Time, and it didn't... Read morePublished 1 month ago by misaki
I really enjoy Sarah's storytelling. It's easy to read, and in this book the MC really came into his own. I loved that too. If my reading budget was higher I'd read on. Alas... Read morePublished 2 months ago by C. Collier
This book explores the emotional, mental thought process and realities of war in thirteenth century Wales.Published 3 months ago by Betty Crocknot
I really enjoy reading the whole series; it is very well written with both interesting facts and fictional embellishments. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Elizabeth
Very good character development. Such an interesting book, historically. I have always loved time travel books. This series is one of the best.Published 4 months ago by A. Lord