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Katie and John Duncan are enjoying, well - attempting to enjoy a quiet, long week in Edinburgh, Scotland together. During a day tour to Glasgow, they visit a medieval museum on a whim - something Katie is not so excited about. As John falls in love with the medieval displays, Katie can't help but notice a strange, squirmy little man seemingly following her.
"Can I help you?"
The squirmish man - startled, looks up at Katie. "I am Dr. Oscar Wellesley." He introduces himself and invites both Katie and John into a vault in the basement, to pick out a love story, which describes two ancient Picts - a startling resemblance in looks to both Katie and John. They were involved in fighting off the Romans and, according to the story, were key to the withdrawal of the Romans from Southern Scotland.
"What the hell."
As the two are shocked by what they read in the book, they find themselves losing grip on reality. As they come back to consciousness, there is no museum, no vault - just mud, grass and an ancient battlefield.
During this time and era, Katie and John discover their true past and begin to realize who they are and what they have become. What happens to Katie and John as they make their way through time? Will they ever make it back to present day? Do they find the love which had once bonded the two together? Find out in this heartwarming Scottish historical time travel romance.
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By Amazon Customer on 01-05-17
Narrarator reads too rapidly
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
the reading was much too fast throughout the whole book. It was hard to keep up just listening to it.
Would you recommend Passage Through Time to your friends? Why or why not?
No, I wouldn't. The story was interesting but had too many holes for me.
Would you be willing to try another one of Kevin Theis’s performances?
I don't think so
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Passage Through Time?
I wouldn't have cut anything, but more effort could have been made to lay the storyline out.
Any additional comments?
The reader's inflections were good, but he was reading at twice the pace needed to visualize what is being said.
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