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Threads in Time by Hannah De Giorgis - Guest Blogger Book Review

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Twenty-two-year-old Lyndall Huxley wakes to find herself thousands of years into the future. Something went wrong with the programme for which she volunteered - a programme that employs Einstein’s laws of relativity to send travellers forward in time. The ruins overrun by green woodland in which she wakes are a far cry from the urbanised world she left behind in the 2200's. Lyndall embarks upon a journey that will leave her questioning her very identity. She must choose between the new life that beckons and the old life from which, even thousands of years later, she cannot escape. She will discover that the mission was never about sending people into the future. Much more is at stake.

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Jennifer's Review
Threads in Time is a wonderful book to read. 
It's about a group of five people who volunteered to go about 500 years into the future, but as it turns out, they go 3000 years ahead, just not all together. 
One by one, they find each other and begin to try and figure out what happened. 
Tribes are discovered, fights ensue, people are lost, but in the end, something good happens. 
4 stars.

Author Bio
Hannah was born and raised in the Cotswolds, England. After teaching English in Florence, Italy, for a time she moved to London, where she recently completed a master’s in modernist literature at University College London. Prior to that, she studied literature at Birkbeck, University of London, where she graduated with first-class honours and won the John Hay Loban prize for student who shows the most promise in literature. Threads in Time is her debut novel. She now lives in London with her husband. To sample more of her writing – her blog, poetry, and short stories – visit her website.

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