Recommended Reading 101: Dual Timelines

Posted December 31, 2016 by Bonnie in Recommended Reading 101 / 5 Comments

Taking classes and getting excited for the assigned reading was always my favorite part of school. Using that same concept and turning different genres, locations, and subjects into a course of their own, you could come up with your own assigned reading. These would be my picks for recommended reading, what would yours be?

Dual Timelines 101



If you’re looking for some mystery and a hidden diary…

The Violets of March is the story of a woman recovering from heartbreak who stumbles upon a lost diary from the 1940s that actually involves her. This was a flawless and engrossing story from a (then) debut author.


If you’re looking for something involving a family mystery…

Kate Morton is the reigning Queen of dual timeline stories and The Secret Keeper is quite possibly her best. This story possesses such intricate detailing, intersecting storylines that blended beautifully, and an ending I never could have possibly imagined.


If you’re looking for something involving time travel and romance…

Julia Beckett is the new owner of a mysterious old-fashioned farmhouse. Something about that mysterious old house allows her to travel back in time to the 17th century where she has a life as a woman named Mariana. Completely enthralling and complete with time travel, romance, and a fantastic twist of an ending.



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