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Asha in Time

3.62  ·  Rating Details ·  45 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
She was special. Her parents knew that; though it was not her sable hair, her wide amber eyes, but the fact that she had memories of things she could not possibly know. She remembered the palace of ancient Thebes, the palace pharaohs and queens had walked in. Finally, on her thirteenth birthday, she would find out where her memories were born. She would return to ancient E ...more
Kindle Edition, 207 pages
Published (first published November 22nd 2011)
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Rida (Raindrop Reflections)
Jul 07, 2011 Rida (Raindrop Reflections) rated it it was amazing
Asha in Time was exquisitely written and beautifully delivered. While the dialogue is kept at a minimum, the breathtaking narrative flows so smoothly you almost don’t notice it. The characters narrating from time to time was well-distributed; whoever told the story at certain points was perfectly suited to do so.

And the history? Oh my gosh, I don’t think I’ve read such a vivid description of Egypt. It’s hard for someone to bring this sort of history to life in a way that imprints the image of a
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Sep 26, 2011 Reading Vacation rated it liked it
Egypt. The beautiful desert land of powerful kings and stone pyramids. Isetnofret, an ancient Egyptian girl who was transported to modern times, had finally returned to her native time. Now, Isetnofret caught the eye of the crown prince, and became his first wife. It was a race to produce a son, an heir to the throne. Wow, all at thirteen!

Egyptian kingdom setting? Breathtaking! First off, the temples and palaces were majestic and imposing, and jumped off the page with their beauty. The descripti
May 15, 2015 Priscilla rated it it was amazing

Unusual story of a man's need to reincarnated the woman he loves so she will be the wife of a king.
Kevin Sells
Oct 14, 2015 Kevin Sells rated it really liked it
A page turner...

Nicely researched and written... The characters flow smoothly and convincingly from the very early pages. The storylines and narratives grab on and don't let go chapter after chapter... The only irritant I kept running into was a pronounced propensity to describe the heroines eyes... But from page to page they'd inconsistently go from Amber to dark brown to black... I found it maddening... If the character's eyes are going to be descriptive so many times, a bit of consistency wou
Sian Taylor
Aug 24, 2011 Sian Taylor rated it it was ok
Shelves: historical
Not the best book I've ever read, to be honest. I found there wasn't enough focus on who I perceived to be the main character of the book, who surprisingly isn't the Asha of the title. The first few chapters of the book were well written, but I thought trying to tell the story through the perceptions of five or six of the main characters made the story feel disjointed. It would have been better if a chapter had been between each of the individual's stories, that related back to Svana / Isetnofre ...more
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Oct 10, 2015 Corie Shellhorn marked it as to-read
Not lying when I say this but the author is my 2nd cousin
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