All I can say is: when will the the next book be out? I LOVED this story - kind of like a Diana Gabaldan but better! It is a wonderful contrast between Shawn and Niall, not only the time periods that they are from but also the differences in their personalities. Laura Voiska gives a richness to the characters with the music and the backdrop of Scotland in two time periods.
This is one of the most thought provoking books that I have read in some time. Even though I am not Catholic, it makes me want to get out my bible and read the New Testament, to understand what Jesus was teaching. The author drew me in with the story of Peter, a priest who wakes up in a psychiatric hospital. Peter reads his diary, in which he wrote about himself as Saint Peter, and his plan to reform the church. The reader learns about Peter's life at the same time as Peter, who has amnesia and has to rely on his diary to tell him how he ended up in the hospital. All during the story, I wonder if Peter is insane or a visionary, and I like the way that the author lets the reader decide. A must read for anyone who wonders about religion.
Okay, now I am hopelessly hooked on this series. What is going to happen to Amy and Lizzie next? I love the way the series goes along, giving a glimpse of their lives without being slow or predictable. GREAT books!
I liked Blue Bells of Scotland so much that I was excited to see the second book in the series was out! I was unsure where Laura Vosika was going to go with the second book, but she took it to a very intriguing place, with many twists and turns. I have no idea where everything is going to end up, and I love unpredictability in books! I am looking forward to reading the next book in the series.