Shades of Time

  • by Sarah Woodbury
  • Narrated by Laurel Schroeder
  • 8 hrs and 34 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

March 1294.
With David and Llywelyn in Ireland, the rule of Wales and England has fallen to Math and Anna. Unbeknownst to them, however, rebellious barons have tried to assassinate David and thrown Ireland into civil war.
When the treachery reaches across the sea and touches Anna, she finds herself at the center of a conspiracy that stretches from Dublin to Edinburgh - and only her actions and choices stand between her family and the destruction of everything they've worked so hard to build.
Shades of Time takes place simultaneously with Outpost in Time, the previous book in the After Cilmeri series.

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The Adventure Continues... Earth 1 & Earth 2...

Once again, Sarah Woodbury, has brought us through time to and from the alternate universe middle ages to 2022. We are reintroduced to familiar and new characters that help Anna and Kind David navigate turning the situations of both worlds around to a better way of co-existing... maybe. I think Sarah's ability to fully develop her stories so well that it is very much like visiting old friends and making new ones. Weaving actual Earth history with alternate middle age history that hopefully will be a better outcome.
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- Mary Johnston

Amazing ride - need more!

I'm so thrilled that we got to journey with Anna this time. The past few books has left her kind of off doing her own thing (which is fine) but it's nice that she's definitely not relegated to "supporting cast" only and is actually a part of the whole. From the moment this book started playing last night, I couldn't stop listening to it. I paused a few times to make dinner (ah the joys of adulthood), but aside from that I was up until 3am just listening. It was that captivating. I'd actually started listening to it a week ago at work, but of course I couldn't pay much attention to it, yeah yeah I know, so since it was Saturday night and I didn't work Sunday - I figured it was time. So worth it.

Laurel's narrations are as excellent as always to go along with Sarah's amazing stories. Granted there were a few times I was wondering if she dropped out of "character" so to speak and just read because the story was getting into some juicy bits. Could have just been my perception though.

The ending leaves you hoping the next book is delivered soon. Like you know, now? ;) At the very least, can we have some spoilers?! Come on!
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- Brianna

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-26-2017
  • Publisher: Sarah Woodbury