Dorothy is about to be married off to a wealthy man so that she and her mother can finally live comfortably after years of scheming. Ash needs to find the Professor to save Seattle and himself. They live over 150 years apart, but when fate brings them together, it could spell either a new life or destruction.
Stolen Time is a fantastic work of fiction. I was absolutely not prepared for this book when I started it. It’s one of those books where the author gives the reader enough information to figure out the ending before it happens but keeps them engaged enough to keep that from happening. The plot of this book is fantastically played out. I don’t think I’ve ever enjoyed a time-travel book so much.
If you don’t mind some mind-boggling stuff, I’d recommend this book for sure. With all of the twists and putting plot points together, it can be a lot to take in. But once I got invested, that was the end of it for me. It was so hard to step away from, despite there being just enough lulls in the story to do so. You’re going to want to have the next book on hand, which I, unfortunately, do not. It’s devastating. Please read this book.
Yours in love and literature, Page.
Content warning(s): swearing, violence, death
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