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The Secrets of Time and Fate


The Secrets of Time and Fate

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    Rebecca Alexander(Author)
16th Century
Edward Kelley and his mentor Dr John Dee have come to a crossroads. At the mercy of Countess Elizabeth Báthory, they set out to find a cure for her unnatural condition.

21st Century
Jackdaw Hammond is living rough in London, blacking out and waking with a sense of dread. Can the lessons of the past help defeat the dark magic that threatens to steal her soul?

A stunning blend of historical and contemporary supernatural thriller.

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  • PDF | 384 pages
  • Rebecca Alexander(Author)
  • Del Rey; UK ed. edition (2 Jun. 2016)
  • English
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  • By Susan Watts on 13 June 2017

    I really couldn't get into this book which I picked up in the library. I didn't realise until I came on here to review it that it's the 3rd in a series. That may explain it but I found the style difficult to get into and so didn't read much before I gave up.

  • By K. Bridges on 2 August 2016

    Saraquel, the angel, has taken possession of Jackdaw Hammond and is trying to turn her into a monster. Felix Guichard, will stop at nothing to help Jack vanquish Saraquel. But Jack is a revenant, a person living beyond their time, and the only way to stop Saraquel may well stop Jack too. With the help of the Vatican exorcism team, can Felix bring back Jack?This book is the last in a trilogy and, unfortunately, I have not read the first two before getting to this one. For some novels this wouldn't matter, but this one does lean heavily on the fact that the reader knows the back stories of the characters, and clearly in htis case I did not!That being said, although I did have to assume in some parts that the events referenced had been explained in previous novels, I did enjoy this one and found it an involving story. The way that the characters of Felix and Jack particularly were written, did make me care about them and want them to succeed, and the over arcing story did seem to be an interesting one.Although this is clearly a fantasy novel it is grounded enough not to be too fantastic and might well appeal to those who like a medieval read as well as those who like a good fantasy, so it does have a wide possible readership.All in all, I would recommend starting at the beginning of the trilogy, but I might well go away and do that myself as I do think it I would enjoy it.

  • By Sophie on 10 July 2016

    I really enjoyed this book, although I did prefer to story line of the last book more as well as the setting - I found something lovable about each of the homes that they have been in and I missed that in this one. However, I did find that the flash backs to Kelley's time were much more interesting this time around and I enjoyed the ones back to his daughter, and I actually found him almost likeable which I can't say for the others in the series! A little confusing in places, but loved how it ties together events from so many different places and from so many different legends. Well worth the read if you've read the others.

  • By Stephanie on 24 June 2016

    A truly great ending to Jackdaw & Felix story! Supernatural, spiritual and with a sprinkle of historical adventure! A perfect combination of all my favourite genres!

  • By Guest on 31 August 2016

    A hugely satisfying end to the Secrets trilogy. I enjoyed both strands of the story - the modern (Jackdaw, Felix et al) and the historical (Edward Kelley and John Dee) and was particularly intrigued by the addition of another strand featuring Kelley's daughter - the tension surrounding her meeting with the evil countess was almost unbearable. A real page turner - intriguing characters and good pace.Look forward to reading more work by this author.

  • By ian somerville on 17 September 2016

    Great book - love Jack's character...and great ending (no spoilers!). Also love the way the older story is woven through a great read

  • By mat on 3 November 2016

    Fantastic read couldn't put it down. really draws you into the story a writer to keep your eye on

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