Top Ten Tuesday: My fave time-travel stories

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The promt for this week is the following: Books with Red, White, & Blue Covers. So this promt just didn’t resonate with me at all. I tried with little to no success to stay with it but in the end I decided to simply change the topic. That’s how this came to. I was planning to do this particular list for the 12th the one about traveling but since I was on vacation back then it kinda got ignored. Alas it is a perfect time tio rectify it.
So I just love time travel romances/ stories especially the ones that jump back int a kindof medieval period. Don’t worry not all of my favorites are about knights and such not even all are exactly time travel ones. A couple of them are stories about not time traveling but a kind of dimensional travel. Anyway the baseline is the same someone from modern times gets droped into a unknown time, how will they navigate it? Without further ado my list:

 

Also Warning: There is one that can be a spoiler for those who are not up to date with the series . I’m going to put it at the very end after the covers so if you want you can avoid it!
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Lisa Tawn Bergren- River of time series

Chie Shinohara- Red river manga

P.C. Cast- Divine by mistake

Donna Hoise- The return to Camelot series

Ryan Graudin- Invictus

Kristen Ashley- Fantasyland series

Diana Gabaldon- Outlander series

Kerstin Gier- The ruby red trilogy

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Posibble Spoiler!!

Scarlett Dawn- Chosen one

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35 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: My fave time-travel stories

    1. Viki Post author

      Yes, the cover looks badass and the story was as well. Actually, it surprised me how much I enjoyed it. Regarding the hit and miss, it happened with me as well because there is a certain type of time travel story I like and I can’t really judge the books just by the synopsis. However, these are really good.

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  1. Keri

    I just picked up the first book in the River of Time series from the library! I’m hoping to reread the first two books and then finish the series.
    Love the twist you made on this week’s TTT topic!

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    1. Viki Post author

      Thanks, I loved that series, or more like the first 3 books, the rest of it wasn’t as good in my opinion and felt like the author didn’t plan them, that they were a last minute add-ons. Also I wasn’t so fond of Lia, so I couldn’t care much for her POV.

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    1. Viki Post author

      I once started the book before the TV series came out but I only got 2 chapters in I think. So I only read the series after I saw the first season of the show, as well.

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    1. Viki Post author

      They are both great but Outlander is a bit hard to get into especially the first couple of chapters. At least it was for me, there are so minuscule details even for the most unimportant things, but if you get over that part the story gets pretty phenomenal.

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  2. Rissi

    I have heard SO (SO) many good things about this series by Lisa. Alas, I’ve yet to read them. I’m also curious about Ryan’s, so clearly I have lots of reading to do!

    Thanks so much for visiting Finding Wonderland, Viki. 🙂

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