The Time Keeper PDF/EPUB Ü The Time Epub /


  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 191 pages
  • The Time Keeper (Book 1)
  • Barbara Bartholomew
  • English
  • 21 February 2016
  • 9780451142849

10 thoughts on “The Time Keeper (Book 1)

  1. Melissa Melissa says:

    I can't count the number of times I borrowed this from the library as a kid I about wore their copy out Something made me think of this book again and I located it on ebay It is a kid's book but is uite entertaining and after all these years didn't disappoint There are some typosediting errors but overall a well written story It is old school 1980s science fictionfantasy at it's best If you liked Stranger Things this is definitely worth checking out If you can find a copy


  2. Renae Renae says:

    I read this series when I was a kid 20 years ago and shelfed them until last year when I pulled them out for my kids We read them and loved them again If you enjoy fantasy sci fi for the teen reader you'll enjoy these books


  3. moxieBK moxieBK says:

    #1 in The Time KeeperThis was an enjoyable read One of the reason why I still enjoy YA books so much is that they are typically short and to the point This book was no exception In this book the chapters were short and it read fairly uickly I would have really enjoyed it as a young adult It did have a lot of grammatical errors; both punctuation and spelling I think readers who are editorial freaks will struggle mightily with it However I was able to look past it and was entertained nonetheless The first part of the story spanned the most chapters so that when the second part emerged nearly at the end I was surprised I can only be left to think that the first part is central to the overall trilogy Even if the second part felt just as important The characters were well formed and balanced each other nicely The author wrote a very nice story here I look forward to reading the rest of the trilogyThree stars


  4. Douglas Larson Douglas Larson says:

    When I read this many years ago now I found it exciting and original It was even humorous in spots I went back to it a couple of years ago and found it not uite as entertaining as I originally thought though I still give it 4 stars overall The other 2 books in this series are less well written but enjoyable to a degree anyway


  5. Christine Christine says:

    I read this book when I was a young girl and I loved it In fact it was one of the very first books I read My mother received these books from the library and than purchased them for me Very fun read Enjoy


  6. Madhurima Madhurima says:

    I read this book years ago It was a very old book It had passed on to many generations I suppose I had forgotten the author's name Finally I found the book here today The book is amazing And that's an understatement It leaves you spellbound


  7. Vicki Scullion Vicki Scullion says:

    This book is an oldie but a goodie Great sci fi for young teens along the lines of A Wrinkle in Time Introduces younger audiences to the concepts of alternate universes and societies that prohibit individual freedoms without becoming bogged down in uber complex details Enjoyable read


  8. Cassandra Hyppolite Cassandra Hyppolite says:

    The Time KeeperA good read for sci fi lovers A great chase and an unknown society of people who don't realize the are in a time way This book is good for your teenager with a flare for fantasy I enjoyed it


  9. A.B. Shepherd A.B. Shepherd says:

    You can read my review here


  10. Jacquel Jacquel says:

    I must admit that this was not an easy book for me to read I know that this story was part of a trilogy but this story is very confusing Maybe the seuel will be better


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The Time Keeper (Book 1)❮Ebook❯ ➦ The Time Keeper (Book 1) Author Barbara Bartholomew – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Lost on the stepping stones through time could Jeanette and her friends ever find home againThe glowing stones seemed to throb with some unknown power What were these stones and why were they here in Lost on the stepping stones through time could Jeanette and her friends ever find home againThe glowing stones seemed to throb with some unknown power What were these stones and why were they here in this hidden cavern All fifteen year old Jeanette Lacy and her younger brother Neil knew was that the stones were calling to them and they couldn't resistBut their first steps on this weird pathway took them whirling through time to Texas one hundered and thirty years ago in another The Time Epub / past Texas where two moons hung in the sky where unicorns were only too real and where a boy named Jesse became an unexpected ally in their uest to return home Then instead of home the stones sent them off to a frightening future where travelling in time was the worst crime of all.