Time After Time

Time After Time She has died countless times before and she is not going to let it happen again Abbie Harper dies just before her eighteenth birthday It has happened before times than she can remember and always at

  • Title: Time After Time
  • Author: Wendy Godding
  • ISBN: 9780857991485
  • Page: 266
  • Format: ebook
  • Time After Time

    She has died countless times before, and she is not going to let it happen again.Abbie Harper dies just before her eighteenth birthday It has happened before, times than she can remember and always at the hands of the same man Her dreams are plagued with past lives, cut short.But this latest dream feels different Her past life as Penelope Broadhurst an EnglishShe has died countless times before, and she is not going to let it happen again.Abbie Harper dies just before her eighteenth birthday It has happened before, times than she can remember and always at the hands of the same man Her dreams are plagued with past lives, cut short.But this latest dream feels different Her past life as Penelope Broadhurst an English pastor s daughter in 1806 keeps bleeding into her present life in ways both sinister and familiar As Penelope meets and falls in love with the dashing Heath Lockwood, so too does Abbie meet the brothers Marcus and Rem Knight One wants to love her the other to kill her.Time is running out for Penelope, but as Abbie mourns her inability to change the past, she chases the slim chance to save her future To survive, she must solve the puzzle of an ancient love story and Penelope just might be able to help

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    1. Summer

      *Thanks to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book.*When I see this book:This book was horrible. It epitomized the word horrible.I was unaware that books like these are still being written. I'm referring to Fallen doppelgängers, complete with a Mary Sue and a dreaded love triangle.Time After Time is the story of a girl who time after time (see what I did there) is reincarnated for some odd reason (I'm sure anyone can figure this out). She is Abbie in the modern day, and Penelope in 180 [...]

    2. Stuti T

      This review was also featured on my blog.I have so many problems with this book, I could probably write a whole other book consisting of just ranting. So I’m going to talk about the plot first and then list out my problems. Here goes! Time After Time follows Abbie Harper, a seventeen-year-old girl who has crazy dreams of other girls from completely different times. Each girl looks unnaturally like Abbie and each girl dies just before they turn eighteen, just when they find the loves of their l [...]

    3. Rochelle

      I love a story within a story, and in Time After Time we get a really good one. Abbie has lived a countless number of lives, and she relives them all when she dreams. All of her past lives have come to a terrible end, always at seventeen, which Abbie is now.Her latest dream is of Penelope Broadhurt and Heath lockwood, a couple living in 1806. I really enjoyed their story and found myself eagerly awaiting the next chapter with them in it, which thankfully was pretty much half the book. I kind of [...]

    4. Jennifer

      Book review will come (hopefully). For now, I'll say that despite a few minor issues, I enjoyed the book and had difficulty putting it down. Quick, fun read.

    5. Venetia Green

      A tale of past lives intruding into the present, of lovers reincarnated over and over until they resolve their centuries-old dilemma.Seventeen year old Abbie Harper lives in the twenty-first century, but she dreams of multiple previous incarnations – all of whom were murdered before they turned eighteen. Currently she is reliving that of Penelope Broadhurst, daughter of a Yorkshire parson in 1806. Abbie desperately hopes that this reincarnation will be different and that the silver-eyed strang [...]

    6. Lauredhel

      [Abbie:] "Each night, when I closed my eyes, I went into their worlds. The other worlds and lives my soul had passed through before coming to this one. In the front of my journal I had a list of all of them — at least, the ones I’d dreamed of so far — as well as a record of how each life had ended.Katherine. Drowned. Aged seventeen.[]Claire. Hanging. Aged seventeen.[]Elizabeth. Throat slit. Aged seventeen. I shuddered, quickly moving down the list, not wanting to think about that particula [...]

    7. Aditi ~ •A Thousand Words A Million Books

      Full Review on: athousandwordsamillionbooks.bl*I received a copy from the publisher from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*Drowned, Hanged, Poisoned, Stabbed, Throat Slit, you name it- it’s happened to her. All of them just while she was finding true love. All of them at the age of seventeen. Even before civilization became civilized, this story has already begun…From the war clad ancient kingdoms, to the era of hanging without proper trials, to the sweet, fresh countryside of ninet [...]

    8. Caitlin Bauer

      Received a copy via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review MUCH YES!!! I flipping LOVED this book. Congrats to Wendy Godding on an amazing debut novel! I devoured "Time After Time" in less than a day. I literally had to force myself to turn off my ipad and step away to 1) go to sleep and 2) actually get work done. I couldn't wait to pick it back up.What's not to love about this book? "Time After Time" has a sassy protagonist (two, technically), a swoon-worthy and heart-wrenching romance, as [...]

    9. Bookish Brina

      ** I received this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review** I was pleasantly surprised with Time After Time. Abbie is a strong girl, much stronger than I would be if someone were trying to kill me, especially after re-living my past murders at night while asleep. When at work, I was anxious for breaks so I could read a little more, and stayed up way too late one night to finish. I was surprised by the ending and the things Abbie discovers about herself. Definitely worth reading, [...]

    10. Heather O'malley

      I loved this book! I could not put it down! Two story lines which had me completely enthralled the whole time. A brilliant novel from a first time author and can't wait for more!!

    11. Sarah

      See full review here @ thelast2know.wordpress/201Well. Ok then. <– this sentiment sums up much of my reaction as I read Time After Time. I felt like it had the potential to be EXTRAORDINARY but it only ended up being ‘good’.Let’s explore why. What did I like?Concept – I mean, hoo-boy! That was always going to take something really special to pull it off properly. Reincarnation to repeat a doomed romance between soul mates, plus death, and hotness It’s a Milss&Boon trope, right [...]

    12. Encruzilhadas Literárias

      2,5I don´t even know where to start - this book had so much potential but something got lost in the middle. Time After Time was given to me by Escape Publishing through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.I love historical stories and quite enjoy the theme of time travelers (in this case reincarnations) so I was very curious about this book. It had a good start with Abbie explaining how she was related to her part lives which created a tension moment right in the first few pages.By the s [...]

    13. Historical Hearts

      A tale of past lives intruding into the present, of lovers reincarnated over and over until they resolve their centuries-old dilemma.Seventeen year old Abbie Harper lives in the twenty-first century, but she dreams of multiple previous incarnations – all of whom were murdered before they turned eighteen. Currently she is reliving that of Penelope Broadhurst, daughter of a Yorkshire parson in 1806. Abbie desperately hopes that this reincarnation will be different and that the silver-eyed strang [...]

    14. Pauline

      3.5 stars. I have conflicting feelings about this book. On one level I was very engrossed in the story - it has all the elements I enjoy - historical detail, reincarnated selves - and I think it had great promise. With tighter editing I think this could have been a fabulous story - but you know I still enjoyed this a lot!What I liked:- great opening - the description of the different ways Abbie has died in the past really hooked me in- the scenes in 1806 with Penelope and Heath were very well do [...]

    15. AJ Oakes

      Review at SmudgedI received a free copy of this book on netgalley in return for an honest review and quotes taken from this uncorrected version, subject to change in the final edition.The Plot: Seventeen year old Abbie Harper is different. Each night after she falls asleep, Abbie has vivid dreams of girls who look virtually identical to her but living through different times in history. These are not just dreams, but memories of Abbie's past lives and they're trying to warn Abbie. In every past [...]

    16. Tasia (The Biblio Mom)

      I received an ARC from Escape Publishing via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Time After Time follows Abbie Harper, a 17-year-old who has crazy dreams about girls from different times. They all share some things in common, like the fact that they all kinda look alike and that they're always murdered prior to their 18th birthdays by the same dude. As it turns out, these girls are her in her past lives and she's on a quest to stop the same thing from happening this lifetime around.All in [...]

    17. Sumayia

      What did I just read? Time After Time was not bad, per say, but it wasn't good either. The two stories in one made really no sense to me. I could tell where the author wanted to go, and she obviously put effort into it, but it didn't turn into something that I, or others probably, enjoyed reading. The main character, Abbie, was really hard to read. The main character is the most important part of any book since the reader experiences everything through their eyes. Abbie was not relatable and was [...]

    18. Kati Polodna

      Had such potential. I mean, I was sucked in regardless of the slightly silly historical chapters, angsty teenagers, stilted dialoguebut I enjoyed what the author was trying to do.

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