Time Travel Books, The Celtic Brooch Series

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  1. Yvonne Smith

    Yvonne Smith Senior Staff
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    I have always been intrigued by time travel books and movies, even since I can remember. Somewhere in Time is just one of those stories that I can watch over and over and love it each time.
    When I first read Diana Gabaldon’s time travel epics, the Outlander Series, I just couldnt’ read each book fast enough at first, but before too long, it seemed like every book was almost the same, just different adventures to go through.
    Since I have Kindle Unlimited, and they sometimes give me book recommendations, a while back I saw one that looked interesting , about a time travel brooch.
    I read the book, and thoroughly enjoyed it, and when I researched it on Amazon, it turned out to be about the 8Th book in a whole series of time travel brooch stories, each set with travel to a different time and place.

    Naturally, I wanted to start with the first book in the series, and since they were all free on Kindle Unlimited, I started reading the first book in the series, which was about a woman time traveler who crossed America on the Oregon Train in the mid-1800’s.
    The second book took me back to the Civil War at the time of President Lincoln’s assassination, and the third one was just before D-Day in World War 2.
    Every book had most of the same characters, and added new people to the “family” of time travelers.

    I am now reading the 7th book in the series, and still enjoying the stories just as much as I did the first one ! I think that these are “girl-books”, as opposed to the kind of stories that the guys would be likely to read, but if you enjoy exciting time travel/romance books, I can definitely recommend the Celtic Brooch series by Katherine Lowery Logan.
    Here is her website, with information about the books:
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  2. Lois Winters

    Lois Winters Very Well-Known Member

    Oct 30, 2019
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    I'm finally getting around to reading, Time And Again by Jack Finney. He wrote it in 1970, but it is an interesting read. I had read Stephen King's 11/22/1963 and it was interesting to a degree. The Time Machine was a very good read, but I've not read those you posted. Will have to look into them.
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  3. Beth Gallagher

    Beth Gallagher Veteran Member

    Jan 11, 2018
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    I liked 11/22/1963. Kind of a strange book, but then it's Stephen King. :D
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