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Publisher Description

When tragedy strikes Michele Windsor’s world, she is forced to uproot her life and move across the country to New York City, to live with the wealthy, aristocratic grandparents she’s never met. In their old Fifth Avenue mansion filled with a century’s worth of family secrets, Michele discovers a diary that hurtles her back in time to the year 1910. There, in the midst of the glamorous Gilded Age, Michele meets the young man with striking blue eyes who has haunted her dreams all her life – a man she always wished was real, but never imagined could actually exist. And she finds herself falling for him, into an otherworldly, time-crossed romance.
 
Michele is soon leading a double life, struggling to balance her contemporary high school world with her escapes into the past. But when she stumbles upon a terrible discovery, she is propelled on a race through history to save the boy she loves – a quest that will determine the fate of both of their lives.

GENRE
Young Adult
RELEASED
2011
January 11
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
304
Pages
PUBLISHER
Random House Children's Books
SELLER
Penguin Random House LLC
SIZE
2.7
MB

Customer Reviews

Me.Just Me ,

Breath Taking

By far, one of the best stories I have heard in a long time. Very complex plot, with a love story unfathomable until it's been told. Ends with a cliffhanger, but soon to have a sequel! Absolutely amazing!

deftunz ,

Amazing

I absolutely adored this book. It took me back in time along with Michele Windsor. I highly recommend it.

*blkteardrop* ,

It was REALLY good!!!!! : D

I thought it was new and refreshing. I'd never read a novel with time-travelling in it before, especially one with a romance happening , and I'd found the idea very intriguing. This was original, which is kinda rare in the YA books today. It was a reprieve from all the books with vampire or werewolf drama in it. I was kinda confused at how it ended, wasn't very satisfied with how it ended. But I guess I'm glad that it ended the way it did. Without that, there probably wouldn't have been a sequel. And I'm happy about that!

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