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Preview — The First by Dylan S. Perry
Baroness De Meaux lives a comfortable life and is content with where she fits into the hierarchy of society. She was groomed for the story shes telling but several things set her apart from everyone around her.
When her mother passes away suddenly, the visions she hides from the worldthe ones that show her the futureforce their way to the surface. ...more
Genre: YA Fantasy
Recommended Age: 13+ (some mature scenes)
Favorite Quote:Were they really so insignificant to the men around them that their absence could go unnoticed for so long?
Naseby, England.Baroness Margaret Elizabeth De Meaux knows exactly where she fits in the hierarchy of society, of her family, and in her life. However, one thing sets her apart from all those she loves: her visions. They have always shown her wondrous lands, but she accepted long ago they were strictly ...more
I loved how Margaret grew into her with each chapter and become the woman who she could be! The author created a wonderful story and her writing style has just the right touch, so fluent to read.
From the first page until the end I wasnt sure in which way the story will end and the ending promised already so much for the other books ...more
I recieve this book from the author for honest review. I loved so much I bought the kindle copy.
This was a awesome read. This is the first time reading anything from this author.It was a delight and I enjoyed it very much. It was short story and fast pass. Finish it in one setting. I started reading it and couldn't put it down at all not even for a minute. The story has a strong female roll. I love a strong female in stories. There even an evil male that he does sound baf ...more
I loved this plot and the ...more
I have a lot of conflicting thoughts about this book. I mean witches and time travel are right up my alley but for some reason this one didn't worked for me. In part I think it was because of the MC, I know that she's a good representation of the time but she looked like a pelutant child during half the book and then she did a 180º turn in 2 days and got all "badass". I didn't really liked her. On the other hand it's a really good historical...more
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It took a new spin on time traveling. And i LOVE how the story was set in the 1800's. That is one of my favorite time periods to read about. Id definitely give this book a try!
If you like witchcraft set in the the 1600s but with time travel, then this is for you!
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Imagine that, a time traveler from the 1600s, Ive never thought about that before. Time travel has always been associated with technology but these witches use their power to let one of them time travel and Margaret is the first.
I cant say I truly enjoyed this book, it felt too long for a novella and it only started to become ...more
Can I just say that Shannon? OHHHHHh BOYYYY. Can you say Fangirl? There are so many quotes in this book that I absolutely love.
Plot: The plot is intriguing; a time-traveling witch, the first of her kind, who finds she has an important role to play in the shaping of the future of womankind. YES!! Great idea for a story! Was it executed in a believable fashion within the confines of 152 ...more
The First is 17 in 1645, married and a mother. Throughout the story Margaret is immediately and fully present. We inhabit her mind and being, learning of her perceptions, knowledge, decisions, actions and emotions as she lives them. Her secret role in history is unique and pivotal, as is her husband, Richard's full support and partnership in her work. Through the decades of devotion to a shared purpose they develop the ...more