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Born in South Wales to Raymond and Jennifer Finn, Kimberley Charlotte Elisabeth Finn (known to readers as K.C., otherwise it'd be too much of a mouthful) was one of those corny little kids who always wanted to be a writer. She was also incredibly stubborn, and so has finally achieved that dream in 2013 with the release of her first two novellas in the four-part Caecilius Rex saga.
As a sufferer with the medical condition M.E./C.F.S., Kim works part time as a private tutor and a teacher of creative writing, devoting the remainder of her time to writing novels and studying for an MA in Education and Linguistics.
on Dec. 15, 2014 :
A very interesting story, time traveling always fascinated me. I enjoyed mostly the second half that I had managed to get in the story and to get attached with the characters. I loved the end. I'm always a sucker for a happy ending. :)
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on March 12, 2014 :
This is the second book of Kim's that I've read and I was not disappointed at all.
This book follows Jeff, Mo and Marie and their life as time travellers in the 27th century (I know... awesome, right??) It start with Jeff being saved from a gas explosion and being introduced to his new life. I especially enjoyed the chapters where we got to look back on his previous life with Danny as they fell in love as well as Marie's previous life with Gustav and Hess in the war. With her story, I enjoyed the limitations her wheelchair gave her but the fact that her disability didn't give her any less strength or confidence than any other woman. I found myself really looking forward to the chapters about her time during the war. I also enjoyed how Kim linked the two past times with the present happenings of that day.
Although at times it was rather predictable, I was still desperate to read on to see how the author had written it. I connected with the characters and enjoyed following their story. The element of time that Kim brought to it was fun. For example, being reunited with someone 700 years later. I also was fascinated by the history Kim brought to it and the idea that todays' events are also this books history. Altogether, a quick, enjoyable read with a great plot. Happy reading everyone :)
(reviewed the day of purchase)