Timeless Crossing

Rated 3.80 out of 5 based on 10 customer ratings
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  1. Joanie M

    Rated 4 out of 5

    Joanie M

    Timeless Crossing was unlike any book I\’ve ever read. The book alternates between the story of Faith, a young woman helping the soldiers of the revolutionary war, and the story of Faith, a young woman in modern times who can\’t seem to find her purpose in life. Their stories have much in common, including the use of a leather tawse to motivate and calm the women. Each of their stories is a romance and an adventure. It\’s well written and I felt immersed in each of the stories despite switching back and forth. I thought some of the modern setting and dialogue was odd, but I suppose that was intentional. Although I sensed that the Faiths were connected, I was completely unprepared for the way it all came together. The plot went in a direction that was thrilling and completely unexpected. The review would be incomplete without mentioning the philosophical theme of the book; the women were named Faith for a reason. I enjoyed the book and highly recommend it for those who don\’t get confused by the alternating style.

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  2. Joanie M

    Rated 4 out of 5

    Joanie M

    Timeless Crossing was unlike any book I’ve ever read. The book alternates between the story of Faith, a young woman helping the soldiers of the revolutionary war, and the story of Faith, a young woman in modern times who can’t seem to find her purpose in life. Their stories have much in common, including the use of a leather tawse to motivate and calm the women. Each of their stories is a romance and an adventure. It’s well written and I felt immersed in each of the stories despite switching back and forth. I thought some of the modern setting and dialogue was odd, but I suppose that was intentional. Although I sensed that the Faiths were connected, I was completely unprepared for the way it all came together. The plot went in a direction that was thrilling and completely unexpected. The review would be incomplete without mentioning the philosophical theme of the book; the women were named Faith for a reason. I enjoyed the book and highly recommend it for those who don’t get confused by the alternating style.

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  3. Charlie

    Rated 4 out of 5

    Charlie

    A good book if you can deal with back and forth past and present of different Faiths. It is very exciting and keeps the reader engrossed. There is a reason for every generation having a Faith.

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  4. Charlie

    Rated 4 out of 5

    Charlie

    A good book if you can deal with back and forth past and present of different Faiths. It is very exciting and keeps the reader engrossed. There is a reason for every generation having a Faith.

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  5. BlushingButterflyBookReviews

    Rated 3 out of 5

    BlushingButterflyBookReviews

    Interesting – goes back and forth between American Revolution and the present. Relationship between the main characters is sorta believable.

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  6. BlushingButterflyBookReviews

    Rated 3 out of 5

    BlushingButterflyBookReviews

    Interesting – goes back and forth between American Revolution and the present. Relationship between the main characters is sorta believable.

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  7. Redrabbitt

    Rated 4 out of 5

    Redrabbitt

    I will admit that this was a very different story with the way it moved back and forth between the 1770s and more present day to even future. Throughout a great history of time, by tradition, the first woman in each family is named Faith, and no matter if it is the Faith of 1776 or modern day Faith, they had a greater mission or purpose. Both Faith of past and present are a bit naïve and wishy-washy, needing a strong dominant man to help point them in the right direction. Sometimes the past is repeated.

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  8. Redrabbitt

    Rated 4 out of 5

    Redrabbitt

    I will admit that this was a very different story with the way it moved back and forth between the 1770s and more present day to even future. Throughout a great history of time, by tradition, the first woman in each family is named Faith, and no matter if it is the Faith of 1776 or modern day Faith, they had a greater mission or purpose. Both Faith of past and present are a bit na??ve and wishy-washy, needing a strong dominant man to help point them in the right direction. Sometimes the past is repeated.

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  9. rjr

    Rated 4 out of 5

    rjr

    An interesting read. The story moves back an forth between the American Revolution and a few years ago. Both time periods involve a woman named Faith who is trying to find her purpose in life. Both women are helped by strong men and the use of a tawse. As another reviewer mentioned, some of the present time dialog and settings seem odd, but that does not take away from the story. Come find out why the women named Faith in this family are so important.

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  10. rjr

    Rated 4 out of 5

    rjr

    An interesting read. The story moves back an forth between the American Revolution and a few years ago. Both time periods involve a woman named Faith who is trying to find her purpose in life. Both women are helped by strong men and the use of a tawse. As another reviewer mentioned, some of the present time dialog and settings seem odd, but that does not take away from the story. Come find out why the women named Faith in this family are so important.

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