Winds of Time

Winds of Time Meg had thought that taking a commuter flight from Pasco Washington to Boise Idaho would be a simple matter But nothing is simple for Meg when it comes to travel and especially not when she finds h

  • Title: Winds of Time
  • Author: Sarah Woodbury
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 394
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Meg had thought that taking a commuter flight from Pasco, Washington to Boise, Idaho would be a simple matter But nothing is simple for Meg when it comes to travel, and especially not when she finds herself in the Middle Ages again instead of in a plane crash on a mountain side in Oregon.And when the pilot takes off without her in a quest to return to the twenty first cenMeg had thought that taking a commuter flight from Pasco, Washington to Boise, Idaho would be a simple matter But nothing is simple for Meg when it comes to travel, and especially not when she finds herself in the Middle Ages again instead of in a plane crash on a mountain side in Oregon.And when the pilot takes off without her in a quest to return to the twenty first century, Meg will need every last bit of maturity and knowledge she gained in the sixteen years she spent in the modern world to survive even a day in this one.A note from the author Winds of Time takes place between Part 1 and Part 2 of Footsteps in Time, Book One in the After Cilmeri Series I think you will enjoy Winds of Time if you read Footsteps in Time first Diolch yn fawr thank you Sarah

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    1. This seems to me to just be a grab for $2 from all the people who enjoyed her series and were hoping for more. She calls it a novella and it really belongs right in Crossroads of Time where the events happen. I don't know why she felt it would not fit there. At least 1/3 of this novella is already in the book. She just expands on the time it took Meg to travel from where she landed in her little plane in Scotland back to Wales. She had some harrowing adventures and later has to explain some of i [...]

    2. I have already read Crossroads in Time and Footsteps in Time. This 100 odd page book was set in the middle of Footsteps in time from the view of Marged. Where Footsteps in time was mainly from the viewpoint of the 2 kids this book explained how Marged came back to 13th centery Wales. They described this event in Footsteps as a great feet being she had to travel from England to Wales on her own, and being a woman, so being able to go through the journey with Meg was really interesting. I started [...]

    3. In Winds of Time, Meg who readers meet in the prequel to the series After Cilmeri returns to Wales during the Moddle Ages and to Prince Llewellyn, but that is not all whom she meets, but if one wishes to know all, the book must be read. Actually it is a novella between book1 and book 2 in this series. I enjoyed it. My only wish is that it had been longer, much longer. 3 1/2 stars

    4. This is a super short (100 pages) novella, but it was a good story on how Meg had come back the second time to 13th century Wales. Although I knew the story ahead of time it was still good to read. I wish it would have been longer and had more to tell, but it was still good.

    5. Novella that fits in between books I and II of her After Cilmeri series. I found that reading her books in order helps keep things in order. Starting book II now - Prince of Time.

    6. A quick, little short story of how Meg ended up back in Wales and met up with her kids and their father.

    7. I read this book between exiles in time and castaways in time, though I would advise people to read it between children of time and exiles of time since it is an excellent reminder of what has gone on in the series and gives a little bit more information on a character Martin, the pilot friend on Meg' s who reappears in exiles in time.

    8. Wonderful short novella that slots into the main After Cilmeri series in between parts 1 and 2 of Footsteps in Time. Gives the reader of Daughter of Time an answer to what happens next for Meg, and lets the reader of Footsteps in Time understand Meg's journey that brought her back in to the story of David and Anna in Wales. I absolutely loved it.

    9. This story has the missing HEA from Daughter of Time by the same author. This short story is interesting but it does take awhile to get to the point. But if like me you read A Daughter in Time and felt short-changed by the ending this somewhat makes up for it. If you want to read the whole series it is apparently best to read this story after part 1 of Footsteps in Time.

    10. This novella is an adjunct to the time-travel novel Footsteps In Time. It expands greatly on an event that is only touched upon briefly in Footsteps In Time. You could read it after reading Footsteps In Time, to fill in background to the story, or before, as an introduction, but I think it's better to read it after.

    11. This small story goes between part one and two of Footsteps in Time. It is a good little story that for me was a necessity in reading before I finished the second half of Footsteps in Time.

    12. Alot of history facts - a bit too much for me, so I got a bit bored and confused with it all some but overall I enjoyed the book. I even looked it up and the characters were real but, of course, the story is not.

    13. Another After Cilmeri novel. Let's face it, any time travel story requires a huge suspension of disbelief. If I tried to explain the plot, I would not blame you for shaking your head and taking my temperature. But I enjoy the atmosphere, the sense of the past that Woodbury weaves. So there.

    14. This book contained the same events that started off book one except from a different point of view. I wouldn't have paid for it as a stand alone novella or would have been disappointed if I had because it wasn't necesary.

    15. Good short addition to the After Cilmeri series. It includes a perspective on Meg's return to the 13th century. I think it's great when authors add more backstory to a series that you wish would go on and on.

    16. This happened between the 1st part and 2nd part of book 1.It was a great short tale to explain how Meg came to be back in the Middle Ages. But I wanted more emotion from her and the Prince reencounter.

    17. I love this short little addition to the After Cilmeri series. This book fits in the middle of Footsteps in Time. It basically tells how Meg came back to Llywelyn. Now on to book 2.

    18. Great read, good characters, good story, enjoyed the series very much and I hope there are more books coming!

    19. This is a novella between books 1 and 2. I'm not sure what it really added to the storyline. It was basically an expansion on one of the chapters of "Footsteps in Time". Meh.

    20. I missed reading this short novella between books 1 and 2, it did clarify some points for me. I wondered what Anna was doing and now I know.

    21. This was a lively trip through Meg's solo adventures during the course of 'Footsteps in Time'. I really liked the variety of dynamic characters I was introduced to in so short a space of time.

    22. Little inallment. I had already read books one and two before reading this, so it came as no surprise and merely recapped what I felt I already knew.

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