Keeping the reader locked in, and taking you through a great story! A Review of A Ripple in Time.

Posted by admin October 8th, 2013

A Ripple in Time- An Angel of the Titanic (Celtic Cousins Adventures) by Julia Hughes.

Carrie is a very personable, intelligent young woman, who is levelheaded and wants to see the truth in life. To her opposite is Gran, her relatively mild-mannered grandmother, who has this fascination with an Angel that no one can see or hear. Carrie wants her to stop saying that she hears this voice and forget about it altogether. But Gran gets a request from her Angel that she cannot and does not ignore. The Angel wants Carrie to retrieve something. Gran asks Carrie to do this and she indulges Gran so that she can prove to Gran that this Angel does not exist. But Carrie finds that there is more to this Angel than she realizes: Carrie actually finds the Angel’s (whose name is Wren) magical sword that only those with a special Celtic origin can hold.

Carrie gets swept up into a controversy that reaches farther than her modest village. Her Gran attracts much attention when she speaks of this Angel who visits her, attention from those who actually know about this phenomenon and seek to harness the power of the sword for themselves.

A Ripple in Time has an innovative premise, very descriptive action, and a lot of action, which I like. The story progresses nicely with Carrie’s ups and downs in her quest to rescue her Gran and save Wren from his enslavement in this dimension, and to potentially live in a dimension herself where she has more opportunity to advance in life, to have a better future.

I recommend this book and I can’t wait to read the rest in this series!

Available on Amazon October 10th, 2013!




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