Sunday, October 9, 2016

Review of Time and Again

Time and Again
The History Mystery, Book One

Deborah Heal

Reviewed by Author Roy Murry

At eleven years old, Merrideth is going through a difficult time in her life, moving into her mother's great aunt's old house after the recent divorce of her parents. Her mother is busy with career asks for a tutor for Merrideth from a university.

Arriving at the Illinois country home is Abby, a young lady volunteering her time to help reach her goal as a teacher. She learns right away her student is intelligent but confrontative in her demeanor.

Abby does her teaching task well and sees progress in her student, with some hurdles still to overcome. While using the computer, they come across a peculiar flash from the past - a photo of the house they are in during the 1850s with living people including some famous. It's a mystery they try to unravel. 

This historic show goes into virtual reality bringing the student and teacher close together. Merrideth is more animated, learns her lessons, is friendlier towards Abby, and people in the old neighborhood. Abby meets a young man and becomes more confident in her teaching abilities.

Time and Again trilogy's book one sets the tone for some interesting conclusions. I will be looking forward to reading them.


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