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Overseas

A Novel

by Beatriz Williams

Overseas by Beatriz Williams
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  • Published in USA  May 2012
    464 pages
    Genre: Love Stories

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This was an enjoyable read for me. I found the love story interesting, the movement between the time frames smooth. It reminded me of The Time Travelers Wife, but easier to follow. I thought it was a love story with a interesting plot. I would recommend it.
Power Reviewer Suzanne G.

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I enjoyed this book. It is an unusual time-travel story fluctuating between WWI and present day. We never learned how they vacillated between yesterday and today.There were plenty of twists and turns, yet the characters seemed stiff and not rounded out. There was romance, but even that came across as not realistic—way, way too many “darlings” being uttered. All in all, Overseas kept my interest—it is only fiction, after all.
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