The Mirror : Northwest Passage

  • by John A. Heldt
  • Narrated by Allyson Voller
  • Series: Northwest Passage
  • 11 hrs and 55 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

On September 11, 2020, Ginny and Katie Smith celebrate their 19th birthday at a country fair near Seattle. Ignoring the warnings of a fortune-teller, they enter a house of mirrors and exit in May 1964. Armed with the knowledge they need to return to their time, they try to make the most of what they believe will be a four-month vacation. But their 60s adventure becomes complicated when they meet a revered great-grandmother and fall in love with local boys.
In The Mirror, the sequel to The Mine and The Show, the sisters find happiness and heartbreak as they confront unexpected challenges and gut-wrenching choices in the age of civil rights, the Beatles, and Vietnam.


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Time travel

nice clean time travel story, for those that don't like a lot of descriptive sex in their books. I jumped in with this, book 5 as my first. I was not lost so the story stands alone. I do feel the need to go start at book one and get to know everybody! narrator does a good job. I was given this free book for my honest review.
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- tina

Filler up!

This is a great story. Hands down, it was basically a neat love story filled with moral family values. Two twin sisters travel through a mirror at a fun house. And nothing happens until chapter seventy-two where the post modern women--namely Jenny--got herself into trouble between two young men.
Mind you, they went back to 1964. One of the boys (James) was African American and they were smack in the middle of the Civil Rights Movement.
The other a spoiled and abusive young man (Steve) whose father is a powerful attorney.
The other sister, Katy, is a shy and wholesome girl who falls in love with a young man she sees in a mirror at a fun house and simply walks through it. Just like Alice.
The only reason I gave this three stars is because what took eighty-four chapters could have easily have been cut to fifty. And that's being generous.
That being said, it is a beautiful story and I respect what John Heldt did here. I would read/listen to more from this author and enjoyed the narrator's portrayal of the characters.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
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- micki

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-25-2017
  • Publisher: John A. Heldt