The Water is Wide

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World-renowned musician Shawn Kleiner disappeared in the night among the ruins of a Scottish castle. While the world searches, one woman, the mother of his child, knows the truth: he is trapped seven hundred years in the past. But while they struggle to reunite across centuries, an unseen shadow crosses their path—an evil that will threaten the life of a child prophesied to protect history. More

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Words: 190,920
Language: English
ISBN: 9781938990014
About Laura Vosika

Laura Vosika grew up in the military, visiting castles in England, pig fests in Germany, and the historic sites of America's east coast, and living in climates ranging from Mississippi's heat to the subzero temperatures of Duluth, Minnesota.

She earned a bachelor's degree in music, and worked for many years as a freelance musician, playing trombone for pit orchestras, ballets, big bands, and symphonies, and flute and harp for other venues.

After earning a masters degree in education, she took a job as a music teacher and band director. She has also taught private lessons on wind instruments, piano, and harp, for twenty years.
In her spare time, Laura likes to play piano, harp, and flute, do sudokus and kakuros, and learn Gaelic.

In addition to the Trilogy, she is working on several other novels and a non-fiction book on raising a large family. She is the mother of nine children, and lives in Minnesota.

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Review by: ACWinOH on Jan. 03, 2014 :
Finally!!! Third book. It was bound to be somewhat disappointing after so much anticipation. Story great but told in such a disjointed, breathless fashion and the ending so abrupt and unsatisfactory. Five stars for story but not told with same depth as first two. Will it be another two years until conclusion?

But not sorry I bought cuz I just had to know. Now gonna start over and read all three again. Loved part one, part 2 kinda slow and now part three a whirlwind rollercoaster BUT wouldn't miss it!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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