Two brides live side by side in Tyneham House. Each believes she is alive. But only one actually is.
Katharine, married to Arthur in 1543, is freer to move through time than Catherine, married to Jeremy four centuries apart in 1943. So she can see happenings that for Catherine are yet to be. She warns of a catastrophe ahead that will crucially change her successor's life, along with the lives of all around her.
But is there anything Catherine can do to avert an event threatening to change forever the lives of her family and every inhabitant of the real Dorset village of Tyneham?˃˃˃ Extract From A Review In The Bournemouth Evening Echo When 'Out Of Time: Tyneham Revisited’ Was First Published In Hardback:
"This novel about the Dorset ghost village of Tyneham is a real surprise. I had expected to find a gentle romantic tale in an idyllic setting. Instead, the reader is bombarded by extremes of emotion, passion, exceptional attention to detail ... and the mysterious.
It is an extremely ambitious novel, which is full of paradoxes. On one hand there is the incredible minutiae that gives the novel a very realistic base. This attention to detail is contrasted with a supernatural element - concerning two brides living 'side by side', but centuries apart. The novel deals with cosmic mind-blowing concepts and universal truths in an accessible way.
I found it a pleasant and refreshing read. I even had goose pimples at one stage when an apparition appeared."Scroll up and secure your copy today.
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