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Time After Time Paperback – 1 Aug 2002
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Reviews: Best magazineHeat magazine Interviews: Northern Echo - 30 July
A delightful romantic comedy from the author of TWO¿S COMPANYSee all Product description
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I needn't have worried! From the first page I was gripped by the plot and drawn in by the compelling cast of characters. The evocative past of our heroine's time at school is as beautifully depicted as her current life. And - oh! - how I lived that school reunion with the heroine; wondering, hoping, worrying that Gabriel/Gideon would turn up.
Can first love ever survive? Or be reciprocated?
In this jewel of a novel, Sue keeps us wondering all the way to the deeply satisfying conclusion.
But "Time After Time" is more than a sensual journey back in time, it's a novel about timeless and universal issues. That first love, always special and the epitome of the naïve ideas one has about life. The disappointment which follows on discovering that life is more complicated than one imagined. The clarity which grows with age. The fantasy of what it would be like if one had the opportunity to solve the problems of one's youth with the knowledge and experience one has since acquired.
A modest and realistic story with genuine depth of emotion, "Time After Time" is romantic comedy at its best.
ps. have to admit, Sue's first book, "Two's Company", is still my favourite. The children's party scene is priceless!!
Time After Time is a cute and light read that will have you reminisce the times in which young love had begun. I liked the references to the eighties and the chapters named after songs from the aforementioned decade. This isn't the most literary work out there, but it makes for a fun and breezy read. Enjoy.