17 February 2021
TimeSplit is a wonderful book for a variety of reasons! Firstly, it is a great page turner. As with all of Paul W Robinson's stories, I became invested in the characters - I care about them and I want them to succeed and to find their way. This is a perfect allegory for the age group they are aimed at. Two young people, completely removed from their own comfort zone - literally removed from their own time stream and deposited somewhere totally alien to them - what teenager doesn't feel like that at some point? Paul's meticulous research gives everything a credibility and reality that I absolutely loved. I cannot recommend TimeSplit highly enough!!
17 April 2020
I haven't sat down and read a book for ages. Once I picked this up I didn't want to put it down. I enjoyed reading this book from start to finish, it didn't take long as I wanted to know where the story was going next. I think I'm going to be doing a lot more reading now as I got so much enjoyment from this story.
01 April 2020
The story is split into two sections and begins with the main character Jennifer Johnson, who wakes up one morning and finds herself in the body of a kitchen maid from the nineteenth century. She is completely confused and has no idea what's going on, but is forced to work in a world that is so different from her own twenty-first century one. In the meantime, the kitchen maid wakes up in the body of Jennifer Johnson and is surrounded by weird noises, odd objects and unfamiliar people. Jennifer's mother thinks that her daughter is unwell as, among other things, she doesn't have a clue how to use the toilet! I read this book in two sittings, I just had to find out how these girls had ended up living each other's lives! Definitely recommended if you are a fan of the Hetty Feather series. I can't wait for the next one.