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Once Beyond a Time de Ann Tatlock
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Once Beyond a Time (edição: 2014)

de Ann Tatlock (Autor)

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Christy Award Winner A troubled family, whose pastor father resigned in disgrace from a church in suburban Philadelphia, moves to an old house in Black Mountain, North Carolina. They soon discover that their new home, nearly hidden from view on the side of a mountain, is no ordinary place. The family can see and speak with people who appear and disappear seemingly at will. Some of the visitors seem to have lived there in the past. More mysteriously, some will live there in the future. Then, soon after their move into the old house, their eight-year-old son vanishes without a trace Has he been kidnapped, or has he wandered off into the dark forest? How does the "house beyond time" provide the answers, some of them shocking? "Brilliant That's the writing of Ann Tatlock. Can I be like her when I grow up? Somewhere in time, I could be . . ." -Diane Huff Pitts, reader review Foreign editions in the following languages: German (2016)… (mais)
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Título:Once Beyond a Time
Autores:Ann Tatlock (Autor)
Informação:Heritage Beacon Fiction (2014), 329 Seiten
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Title: Once Beyond A Time
Author: Ann Tatlock
Pages: 317
Year: 2014
Publisher: Heritage Beacon Fiction
My rating is 5 stars.
Wow, what an intriguing and unique novel! The author tells a captivating tale set in the Black Mountains of North Carolina in a house the Crane family moves to after the father resigns from the pastorate. The move for the Cranes is from a Pennsylvania town and loads of people, friends and easy access to a multitude of places to eat, see movies, etc. to the backwoods where the town is so small it is like you blink and you’d miss it!
While the move was not anticipated, it is the reason for the move that was even less than desired. On top of that, the oldest son is serving during a war and while not on the front lines, the family misses him very much. It doesn’t take long for the reader to get the feeling something more is occurring than just a story of a family adjusting to living in a tiny town from a large suburban lifestyle. Oh, no! When people start appearing from different timeframes and the Cranes can talk to them but nothing else, everyone gets just a little bit freaked out!
I loved how the author takes chapters where the point of view is from one of the family members, Meg (the mother), Sheldon (the father), Linda (the daughter) and the youngest family member nicknamed Digger. It was really fun to read each character’s thoughts, feelings, reactions, desires, and more, especially with the heartache involved.
Though the plot or storyline may sound simple, there is a deep message the author is building to reveal in her story. It is at times a comical read while at other times it’s a heart-touching read, making me curious to see what was going to happen next. I really was drawn into the story and the slow revelations of what was occurring within the “hearts” of the main characters. Some of the side characters are really a hoot and made me laugh out loud!
I sure hope you enjoy reading Once Beyond a Time as I did. I am sure I will reread this book again sometime in the future!
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Christy Award Winner A troubled family, whose pastor father resigned in disgrace from a church in suburban Philadelphia, moves to an old house in Black Mountain, North Carolina. They soon discover that their new home, nearly hidden from view on the side of a mountain, is no ordinary place. The family can see and speak with people who appear and disappear seemingly at will. Some of the visitors seem to have lived there in the past. More mysteriously, some will live there in the future. Then, soon after their move into the old house, their eight-year-old son vanishes without a trace Has he been kidnapped, or has he wandered off into the dark forest? How does the "house beyond time" provide the answers, some of them shocking? "Brilliant That's the writing of Ann Tatlock. Can I be like her when I grow up? Somewhere in time, I could be . . ." -Diane Huff Pitts, reader review Foreign editions in the following languages: German (2016)

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