The final installment of the Rewinding Time Series is now available in Kindle and paperback.
More Than Meets the Eye is currently still available at its introductory price of 99 cents before it goes to its normal price in a few days.
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Already the reviews are coming in. It sounds like readers are as sad to see the series end as I am.
By butifnot on July 23, 2016
I’ve enjoyed this series so much and just hate to see it end. It’s like leaving old friends.
The combination of history, adventure, and a sweet romance has been so refreshing and interesting.
Being able to read a story about men and women of character and faith is rare these days, much less a whole series that really doesn’t deteriorate from one book to the next.
The author keeps things moving along through all five books by having a focus on different times in history and weaves the history into an interesting and exciting story with touch points of a beautiful love story.
This is a book I can freely recommend for young ladies as well as older women. It will touch your heart no matter your age and remind you true love is real.
By Kindle Customer on July 29, 2016
I have now finished all of the “Time” series. I loved every one and now that the real “end” has come I feel a little sad that I won’t be seeing my new friends any more. On a good note though, I have all 8 books on my Kindle and plan to read them again one day. I loved the characters, the history, and the adventure in each one. I can hardly wait for Deborah’s next books to come out. I am and will be in the future, a faithful reader.
By Amazon Customer on July 28, 2016
I’ve been following Merrideth, Abby, and the whole crew since Book 1 of the Time and Again series. But now alas, I must say goodbye (and not without tears I might add). Besides being a book for anyone in the family to enjoy, you learn something about history every time. The unique part of this time travel is that it’s virtual. You stay in place but travel through a computer. A little romance, a little history, a little humor, a little mystery, a little faith. What more could you want in a novel? Deborah Heal writes with the passion of someone who really believes and loves her characters. I hope to see more of this cast of characters continue the adventure. Possibly Merrideths and Brett’s children will inherit the computer
By LeAnne Hardy on July 24, 2016
When I was a kid (back before on-line shopping), my mom used to order most of our play clothes from the Sears and Roebuck Catalog. Did you know that you could even order a house from the Sears Catalog? (That was well before my time, mind you.) The kit included everything from numbered planks and roofing nails to the trees for the front yard! In this latest edition of Deborah Heal’s Rewinding Time series, Meredith explores a whole community of Sears houses built in Carlinville, IL, and the people who built them in 1918 for the Standard Oil Company mine. The project supervisor was an amazing woman named Elizabeth Spaulding in a time period that is a fascinating mix of World War in Europe and the battle for women’s rights at home. Heal has a wonderful capacity for integrating information in an interesting story with compelling characters. Besides, what history buff wouldn’t enjoy a time-surfing computer program that links onto old houses and reveals their history?
The story wrestles with issues of homemaking vs. a career outside the home and the attitudes of those around you in 1918 and today. Merri doesn’t want to tell Brett of her spiritual conversion (at the end of the last book) since she is afraid he will think she is faking it; she wants him to see the change in her life. Their plans as well as their parents successes and failures and the 1918 story they are following on the Beautiful Houses computer program provide a lens through which to view what God has to say about marriage and how it works our in the real world.
[I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.]
By Melissa S. on July 29, 2016
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