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Tollesbury Time Forever by Stuart Ayris
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Jan 27, 2012

it was amazing

Tollesbury Time Forever really sets the scene of an idyllic English village, quaint and romantic. It almost makes you want to move to such a place yourself so in sunny weather or even in light rain you could go for walks to be at one with nature and to ponder the meaning of life. Perhaps with the odd profound thought drifting across your mind from time to time. However, for our main character Simon things do not stay this way, suddenly things are turned on their head.

Simon somehow ends up back in the past and meets several suspicious characters whom he appears to trust despite not necessarily liking the person. The reader is taken along with Simon on a terrific journey of confusion, fear and eventually enlightenment. After this point the rest of the story follows Simon’s resolution to turn his life around to follow what he learnt at his ‘enlightenment’.

The book is extremely well written with some beautiful sentences and descriptions, it’s not often I use the highlighting tool on my Kindle but for this book I had to. The concept of the story is also magnificent, I don’t know how closely it follows real life procedures but it seemed very realistic to me. I loved the whole idea of the story and it was portrayed very well. It was the kind of book that I could have sat down with and not stood up again until I finished, if only it wasn’t for that inconvenience known as work...
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Emma I agree Jud, loved this book. You review sums it up very well x

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