Timewatch

Timewatch

Imagine saving the world by repeatedly going back in time.

Timewatch by Linda Grant is an incredible fiction story filled with adventure, intrigue, romance, and action.  It’s a save-the-world story in which a wide group of family and friends come together, travel back to various periods in time, enter their previously-incarnated selves, and attempt to influence actions and decisions for the outcome of highest good for their current timeline.

What a refreshing read! Maybe I don’t get out enough, but this combination of metaphysics, history and adventure is the first of its kind in my experience. And it’s a stunning combination.  A departure in style from my usual self-help reads, it arguably could be considered self-help in a symbolic story form–but you’ll be so caught up in the characters and action that you won’t notice that possibility until you are reflecting on how much you enjoyed finishing the book! 😉

I encourage anyone interested in spirituality and personal growth to not pass this over simply because it’s fiction.  The action-adventure will fascinate those who appreciate good storytelling, and the web of various historical points will entice history buffs and novices alike.

Break out, take a chance, and read Timewatch–you will enjoy the journey!

This book was provided to me as a professional reader by Hay House through NetGalley, in exchange for my honest opinion of it.

2 Replies to “Timewatch”

  1. Thanks for the wonderful review, Gina. You have caught the essence of what I was trying to say in Timewatch. The great teachers of history all used stories to get their ideas across. I’ve tried to do the same. Linda Grant, author of Timewatch

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