Monday, September 22, 2014

Review: A Whisper in Time by Elizabeth Langston

Title: A Whisper in Time
Author: Elizabeth Langston
Series: Whisper Falls #2
Pages: 360
Rating: 4/5 Stars
Summary: I have never been useless in my life. Rescued from a life of servitude by the boy she loves, Susanna Marsh escapes across two centuries, only to be plunged into a world she's ill-prepared to face. Unable to work or go to school, Susanna finds herself dependent on others to survive.  Immersed in the fun and demands of his senior year of high school, Mark Lewis longs to share his world with the girl who's captured his heart. But first he must tackle government bureaucracy to prove Susanna's identity.  Overwhelmed by her new home, Susanna seeks refuge in history and in news of the people she left behind. But when she learns that danger stalks her sister, Susanna must weigh whether to risk her own future in order to save Phoebe's happiness.
Review: I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review. I loved book one in this series, Whisper Falls and I was elated when the author contacted me to read and review book two. I'm so glad that I got to continue on this journey of finding out where you belong in any century. I love that our characters were faced with issues relating to the relationships whether it be with family or friends no matter which time period they lived in. Even better than that I liked learning how they would overcome those said obstacles. I also really enjoyed the journal entries, it let us know what was happening or going on in the past and it let Susanna still have that connection despite living in the present. I can't wait for the last book in the trilogy. I'm excited to see what our characters will have to deal with next.... I can imagine lol. I would recommend this series to any time travel fanatics. I'll be waiting for book three.

About this author

Hello, I'm Elizabeth Langston, and I write Young Adult (YA) fiction. Whisper Falls is book 1 of my debut trilogy. A Whisper In Time releases in April, and Whispers From the Past follows in October. I live in North Carolina and work in the computer industry for my day job. I have two daughters in college and one husband at home. At night, when I'm not writing, I'm watching TV (So You Think You Can DanceThe Daily ShowCastle) or reading (and that is all over the place.)

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