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Publisher's Summary

Prince of Time is Book Two in the After Cilmeri Series:
Two teenagers are catapulted back in time to alter history and save the medieval kingdom of Wales...
David and his man-at-arms, Ieuan, find themselves alone and on the run from a company of English soldiers who've sworn vengeance for the recent death of their king. Meanwhile, Llywelyn lays on his deathbed, wounded by a traitor's arrow. And once again, it is David and Anna, and all that they represent, that holds the key to the survival of Wales.
Prince of Time is the second book in the After Cilmeri series.
©2011 Sarah Woodbury (P)2014 Sarah Woodbury
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5 out of 5 stars
By Susan on 12-20-14

History is not Destiny

If you could sum up Prince of Time in three words, what would they be?

Across another dimension.

What did you like best about this story?

I liked that what started as a Time Travel story where the characters realize they are in a past time, in this book evolves to a realization that rather than travelling through time in a single continuum, they are traversing time periods between connected but also independent timelines. David, the young Prince, is freed from the constraints of what was the past, the history before, and takes charge of his, and his people's, destiny to chart their own future history. This appeals to the idealist in me.

What does Laurel Schroeder bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Laurel Schroeder is able to express the personality of each character so well, that listening to the book is like hearing each point of view from the character themselves. The audiobook is, for me, definitely an enrichment of my experiencing the story.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

There were plenty that had me laughing, not so much as to a joke, but in understanding - comprehending for example the feelings that Bronwyn may have experienced as she adjusted to medieval life. Being a time traveler is, I imagine, much like being an outsider or foreigner trying to function in a different culture or society - something that I can empathize with - and I found myself resonating with many moments in the book. However, the moment that particularly moved me I think would be when David's aunt came back to the house and said "I'm ready to listen"

Any additional comments?

* Fair disclosure: I received a promotional code for this audiobook, with no strings attached. My opinions are my own and are the same opinions I would have had if I had purchased the audiobook outright - which I would have done if I hadn't received a copy from the author.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Cheryl L. Darby on 03-03-15

New fan

I'm so hooked I'm on book 4. Which could be book 8 if I had just read each one and moved on . But I have read each to get all the information straight then listen to the audio to enjoy the characters .. Love it!!

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