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Arrows of Time

(Quantum Enchantment #2)

4.10  ·  Rating details ·  106 ratings  ·  8 reviews
When a portal spins Rosette and Jarrod off in different directions, Rosette is caught in a loop of repeating events. A strange bard helps her find a way back home, but things have changed -- Jarrod is missing, her mentor is a child and women are forbidden to carry swords.

While Kreshkali leads the survivors on Earth, Rosette and her Temple Cat turn to the future for help --
Paperback, 576 pages
Published August 1st 2009 by Harper Collins Australia
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Firstly: It was awesome.

Secondly: The writing is perfect! And the editors too obviously, I only found one typo, which is amazing for modern books...

Thirdly: The characters are so good! Selene kind of annoys me though. Teg is a great new addition to the story! I can not believe it though that Grayson (view spoiler) It's shocking!!! And sad, especially since it's problem his (view spoiler)

Fourthly: The way this bo
Astrid Cooper
Apr 23, 2012 rated it it was amazing
A great sequel to Spell of Rosette. I love the philosophy entwined in this series. Thought provoking!
David Robinson
Nov 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Loved it! I especially loved a few key parts that set this book apart from others.
L Kyi
Feb 19, 2011 rated it liked it
The “aura” of Arrows of Time felt much the same as the first book in the series “The Spell of Rosette”. Things seem to happen rather quickly, lots of mysterious events simply speculated but accepted and the marriage of science and magic leave a unique type of curiosity in the readers’ minds.

This book expands the universe created by Kim Falconer. Not only do the portals lead to more worlds, but also in different time zones with directions of time. Indeed much of my interest in this book and the
Apr 07, 2013 rated it liked it
The following review first appeared in the now-defunct webzine, The Specusphere, in September 2009.

In Arrows of Time, Kim Falconer continues her story of the many-worlds, which she started in The Spell of Rosette. She uses it to explore three concepts of time – forward, backward and circular. These ideas have been discussed by thinkers religious and philosophical since time immemorial, and in recent times have come to be discussed by physicists, too.

Time is, of course, a toy much loved by specul
Feb 14, 2010 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: own
There is more to time then just a straight line, an arrow pointing from the past through to the future. Time is neither fixed nor transfixed. It is fluid and flowing and can move in any direction it pleases. It can also repeat itself, and repeat itself, and repeat itself...

When the call came it could not be ignored. Compelled to act, Rosette and Jarrod raced through the corridors together, however they did not emerge together. At least not at the same time. They were to be separated for a long t
Sep 21, 2011 rated it really liked it
Really enjoyed this novel which involves the characters from Book 1 travelling back and forth through time/place without much control over where/when they end up. Things resolve with more questions being posed by the end of the book. Will definitely be reading Book 3 asap.
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Jan 19, 2013 rated it it was amazing
My favourite of the three in this series.
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Kim Falconer, also writing as A K Wilder, is a bestselling speculative fiction author with nine published novels. Her work is described as contemporary and ancient, dark and compelling, humorous, romantic, provocative, and supercharged with blockbuster action. Originally from California, she lives on the far eastern coast of Australia with a house full of kids, and one extraordinary spotted cat.


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