Daughters of Time by Denise Sallee

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"Daughters of Time" is a work of historical fantasy that reflects the web of interconnectedness linking all women throughout time. The story is about women and journeys and the quest to discover the authentic self. There is a myth-like and timeless quality to the story, weaving the stories of three young women who live in three distinct historical eras: 1880’s Mississippi, 17th century England, and 13th century Spain. Each woman struggles to find herself against the odds of social stricture and historical change.
"A fascinating story that crosses time and the boundaries of life itself and presents powerful views of three lives and the trials they face. Strongly recommended for all readers with a taste for the unusual." - John Matthews; New York Times bestselling author of Pirates and Arthur of Albion.

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Published July 1, 2009 by Brú na Bóinne Books. 198 pages
Genres: History, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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