Posted in Fantasy/Sci-Fi

Meredith Resce’s For All Time

About

Analiese is young, independent, funny, outspoken and intelligent.
And it may just get her killed…
When young Australian doctor, Analiese, goes on the trip of a lifetime, touring the UK with her sister, she has no idea that her life is about to change forever. After being trapped by a cave-in at one of England’s famous historic castles, Analiese and castle stunt-rider, Adam manage to make their way back to the surface, only to discover that something is not right.
It is the right castle, but the wrong time.
And now, the unlikely pair are stuck in the sixteenth century, a time when superstition and witch-hunt hysteria are at their peak. While Adam’s years of employment posing as an historical knight may help him fake his way through, Analiese is everything a woman of the sixteenth century should not
be: outspoken, independent, and a doctor.
And Matthew Hopkins, the famous witch hunter, has just come to town…

Review
For those who love time-travel, this was a fun read. One of the things that drew me to the novel was that Analiese and Adam were from the 21st century and both went back in time. I personally think it would be hard to fall for a guy in the old days. What I really liked about this book? It was so realistic. I liked how when Adam and Analiese first arrived, the people smelled really bad and women just didn’t play a role (ok that’s not a good thing, but the novel was true to the times). The only drawback to this novel? It was realistic. I felt that the ending was a bit awkward as I imagine it would have been in real life. Spiritually, I like the way Analiese witnesses to Adam and the effect salvation has on his life. Not cheesy at all. Good Book. Recommended

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