Time's Convert

Time's Convert

From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of A Discovery of Witches, a novel about what it takes to become a vampire. On the battlefields of the American Revolution, Matthew de Clermont meets Marcus MacNeil, a young surgeon from Massachusetts, during a moment of political awakening when it seems that the world is on the brink of a brighter future. When Matthew offers h From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of A Discovery of Witches, a novel about what it takes to become a vamp...

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Title:Time's Convert
Author:Deborah Harkness
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:Time's Convert
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:436 pages pages

Time's Convert Reviews

  • Nikki (Saturday Nite Reader)
    Nov 15, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

    I loved author Deborah Harkness? previous trilogy and was excited about this new work. I eagerly read it and quickly remembered the characters and the basic story, even though it has been awhile since I last read about them. This book, Time?s Convert, lacks focus, and I kept feelin...

    I LOVE the All Souls trilogy. The books are exciting, romantic, erudite, mysterious, and full of amazing characters, history, and far-off places. I had high hopes and expectations for this book, but I found (aside from history) it lacked all of the original books? strengths. Wher...

    I found Marcus' flashback chapters kinda boring but overall I really enjoyed being back in this world with all the characters. ...

    I was over the moon excited when I found that the All Souls Trilogy had a "spinoff" featuring Marcus and Phoebe. A quarter of the way into the book, my excitement ended. The book felt like it was written by someone else, who didn't know the character backstories at all. This is labe...

    I absolutely loved The All Souls Trilogy! I was so excited when I saw this book coming out! I couldn't wait!! I have now discovered that having read the Trilogy 4 or so years ago and not having it fresh in my mind is a large problem. It started on page one when I couldn't remember ...

    A lovely sojourn with old friends. Coffee with history and easter eggs, allusions, as a tasty accompaniment. A voice I love to hear speaking , a clear voice speaks in her writing. I walked into this book and literally picked up where I had left them, in my mind. Writer acumen. So ferve...

    3.5-4 stars I finished this several days ago, but I'm so behind, I didn't get to mark it until now...and I don't remember much anymore. I just know that it was great to be back in this world, I wasn't as invested in Marcus and Phoebe going into this and not much that happened in thi...

    Matthew?s son Marcus has found love and wants to make it official but it requires bringing his chosen one to the vampire side. The complications of this experience plus all the memories from his past it stirs up may be more than they can all bear. I am horrible about keeping up ...

    This is a companion volume to Harkness?s All Souls Trilogy, which is like the thinking gal?s Twilight, as written by a historian of science. I read the first book, A Discovery of Witches, in 2011 and surprised myself by completely loving the story of the witch Diana Bishop, who res...

    I listened to the audio thanks to Penguin Random House Audio - thank you! Unfortunately I did not jive with the narrator. About 2 hours in I got so frustrated that I put the audiobook aside for a few weeks. I only picked it back up because I wanted to know what was going to happen w...

  • Ashley
    Jul 02, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

  • Sharyl
    Dec 09, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

    I loved author Deborah Harkness? previous trilogy and was excited about this new work. I eagerly read it and quickly remembered the characters and the basic story, even though it has been awhile since I last read about them. This book, Time?s Convert, lacks focus, and I kept feelin...

    I LOVE the All Souls trilogy. The books are exciting, romantic, erudite, mysterious, and full of amazing characters, history, and far-off places. I had high hopes and expectations for this book, but I found (aside from history) it lacked all of the original books? strengths. Wher...

    I found Marcus' flashback chapters kinda boring but overall I really enjoyed being back in this world with all the characters. ...

    I was over the moon excited when I found that the All Souls Trilogy had a "spinoff" featuring Marcus and Phoebe. A quarter of the way into the book, my excitement ended. The book felt like it was written by someone else, who didn't know the character backstories at all. This is labe...

    I absolutely loved The All Souls Trilogy! I was so excited when I saw this book coming out! I couldn't wait!! I have now discovered that having read the Trilogy 4 or so years ago and not having it fresh in my mind is a large problem. It started on page one when I couldn't remember ...

    A lovely sojourn with old friends. Coffee with history and easter eggs, allusions, as a tasty accompaniment. A voice I love to hear speaking , a clear voice speaks in her writing. I walked into this book and literally picked up where I had left them, in my mind. Writer acumen. So ferve...

    3.5-4 stars I finished this several days ago, but I'm so behind, I didn't get to mark it until now...and I don't remember much anymore. I just know that it was great to be back in this world, I wasn't as invested in Marcus and Phoebe going into this and not much that happened in thi...

    Matthew?s son Marcus has found love and wants to make it official but it requires bringing his chosen one to the vampire side. The complications of this experience plus all the memories from his past it stirs up may be more than they can all bear. I am horrible about keeping up ...

    This is a companion volume to Harkness?s All Souls Trilogy, which is like the thinking gal?s Twilight, as written by a historian of science. I read the first book, A Discovery of Witches, in 2011 and surprised myself by completely loving the story of the witch Diana Bishop, who res...

    I listened to the audio thanks to Penguin Random House Audio - thank you! Unfortunately I did not jive with the narrator. About 2 hours in I got so frustrated that I put the audiobook aside for a few weeks. I only picked it back up because I wanted to know what was going to happen w...

    Positively brilliant. A richly woven story with huge magical heart. Loved it. Full review to follow. ...

    The All Souls Trilogy is one of my all-time favourite series, a series I gladly tell everyone to read. Since finishing, I?ve been holding out for the next Deborah Harkness book I could read. Like many, I was expecting a certain story years ago only to be given Time?s Convert today....

    This is a sequel to the All Souls Trilogy, which I enjoyed immensely. Time's Convert was good, but...not as good. Don't get me wrong, though, it was still candy to me, and I'm still impressed with the pacing and the fact that she's obviously done her historical research. There were som...

  • Attica Musings
    Sep 18, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

    I loved author Deborah Harkness? previous trilogy and was excited about this new work. I eagerly read it and quickly remembered the characters and the basic story, even though it has been awhile since I last read about them. This book, Time?s Convert, lacks focus, and I kept feelin...

    I LOVE the All Souls trilogy. The books are exciting, romantic, erudite, mysterious, and full of amazing characters, history, and far-off places. I had high hopes and expectations for this book, but I found (aside from history) it lacked all of the original books? strengths. Wher...

    I found Marcus' flashback chapters kinda boring but overall I really enjoyed being back in this world with all the characters. ...

    I was over the moon excited when I found that the All Souls Trilogy had a "spinoff" featuring Marcus and Phoebe. A quarter of the way into the book, my excitement ended. The book felt like it was written by someone else, who didn't know the character backstories at all. This is labe...

    I absolutely loved The All Souls Trilogy! I was so excited when I saw this book coming out! I couldn't wait!! I have now discovered that having read the Trilogy 4 or so years ago and not having it fresh in my mind is a large problem. It started on page one when I couldn't remember ...

    A lovely sojourn with old friends. Coffee with history and easter eggs, allusions, as a tasty accompaniment. A voice I love to hear speaking , a clear voice speaks in her writing. I walked into this book and literally picked up where I had left them, in my mind. Writer acumen. So ferve...

  • Joan
    Sep 20, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

    I loved author Deborah Harkness? previous trilogy and was excited about this new work. I eagerly read it and quickly remembered the characters and the basic story, even though it has been awhile since I last read about them. This book, Time?s Convert, lacks focus, and I kept feelin...

    I LOVE the All Souls trilogy. The books are exciting, romantic, erudite, mysterious, and full of amazing characters, history, and far-off places. I had high hopes and expectations for this book, but I found (aside from history) it lacked all of the original books? strengths. Wher...

    I found Marcus' flashback chapters kinda boring but overall I really enjoyed being back in this world with all the characters. ...

    I was over the moon excited when I found that the All Souls Trilogy had a "spinoff" featuring Marcus and Phoebe. A quarter of the way into the book, my excitement ended. The book felt like it was written by someone else, who didn't know the character backstories at all. This is labe...

    I absolutely loved The All Souls Trilogy! I was so excited when I saw this book coming out! I couldn't wait!! I have now discovered that having read the Trilogy 4 or so years ago and not having it fresh in my mind is a large problem. It started on page one when I couldn't remember ...

    A lovely sojourn with old friends. Coffee with history and easter eggs, allusions, as a tasty accompaniment. A voice I love to hear speaking , a clear voice speaks in her writing. I walked into this book and literally picked up where I had left them, in my mind. Writer acumen. So ferve...

    3.5-4 stars I finished this several days ago, but I'm so behind, I didn't get to mark it until now...and I don't remember much anymore. I just know that it was great to be back in this world, I wasn't as invested in Marcus and Phoebe going into this and not much that happened in thi...

    Matthew?s son Marcus has found love and wants to make it official but it requires bringing his chosen one to the vampire side. The complications of this experience plus all the memories from his past it stirs up may be more than they can all bear. I am horrible about keeping up ...

    This is a companion volume to Harkness?s All Souls Trilogy, which is like the thinking gal?s Twilight, as written by a historian of science. I read the first book, A Discovery of Witches, in 2011 and surprised myself by completely loving the story of the witch Diana Bishop, who res...

    I listened to the audio thanks to Penguin Random House Audio - thank you! Unfortunately I did not jive with the narrator. About 2 hours in I got so frustrated that I put the audiobook aside for a few weeks. I only picked it back up because I wanted to know what was going to happen w...

    Positively brilliant. A richly woven story with huge magical heart. Loved it. Full review to follow. ...

    The All Souls Trilogy is one of my all-time favourite series, a series I gladly tell everyone to read. Since finishing, I?ve been holding out for the next Deborah Harkness book I could read. Like many, I was expecting a certain story years ago only to be given Time?s Convert today....

    This is a sequel to the All Souls Trilogy, which I enjoyed immensely. Time's Convert was good, but...not as good. Don't get me wrong, though, it was still candy to me, and I'm still impressed with the pacing and the fact that she's obviously done her historical research. There were som...

    BE STILL MY BEATING HEART read it for Le Bébé the cutie pie revolutionist !!!! ...

    To say that I am excited for this book is an understatement. ...

    For anyone that little bit obsessed with A Discovery of Witches, Time?s Convert is an essential read. I include myself in that. I love the weaving of fantasy and history. I wanted that little bit more of Diana, Matthew and the world of Deborah Harkness. Pure magical escapism. Time...

    Review is up on the blog: https://atakefromtwocities.wixsite.co... I came late to the All Souls books and have read them all in the last eight months or so, thoroughly enjoying the first three as a whole. I've liked Marcus throughout the books and I thought this book was about him a...

    Received an Advanced Reader In Summer 2011 I found myself in love with the World of All Souls. So getting the chance to read Time Convert early made my summer. If you are familiar with the previous trilogy you have already been introduced to Marcus.A vampire that was sired by Ma...

    A wonderful read for sure. This book went deep into history (fictionalizing it much like the Outlander series, not story but meshing history with fiction). Having read the authors other books, I expected as much. I was very much invested in the main characters and their lives. I al...

    2 stars - Meh. Just ok. Unlike the majority of Goodreads readers, I found the author?s All Soul?s Trilogy to be underwhelming and overrated, despite having a plot synopsis that rang several of my trigger bells. Comparing the author to Diana Gabaldon and Neil Gaiman is, shall we ...

    More of a 3.5. I'm rather disappointed. This meandered a good bit. This is superficially the story of Phoebe's rebirth as a vampire. But it is also about Diana's growth as a mother and learning to put limits on those who would threaten her kids, even if they are important people and di...

  • Cher
    Oct 24, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

    I loved author Deborah Harkness? previous trilogy and was excited about this new work. I eagerly read it and quickly remembered the characters and the basic story, even though it has been awhile since I last read about them. This book, Time?s Convert, lacks focus, and I kept feelin...

    I LOVE the All Souls trilogy. The books are exciting, romantic, erudite, mysterious, and full of amazing characters, history, and far-off places. I had high hopes and expectations for this book, but I found (aside from history) it lacked all of the original books? strengths. Wher...

    I found Marcus' flashback chapters kinda boring but overall I really enjoyed being back in this world with all the characters. ...

    I was over the moon excited when I found that the All Souls Trilogy had a "spinoff" featuring Marcus and Phoebe. A quarter of the way into the book, my excitement ended. The book felt like it was written by someone else, who didn't know the character backstories at all. This is labe...

    I absolutely loved The All Souls Trilogy! I was so excited when I saw this book coming out! I couldn't wait!! I have now discovered that having read the Trilogy 4 or so years ago and not having it fresh in my mind is a large problem. It started on page one when I couldn't remember ...

    A lovely sojourn with old friends. Coffee with history and easter eggs, allusions, as a tasty accompaniment. A voice I love to hear speaking , a clear voice speaks in her writing. I walked into this book and literally picked up where I had left them, in my mind. Writer acumen. So ferve...

    3.5-4 stars I finished this several days ago, but I'm so behind, I didn't get to mark it until now...and I don't remember much anymore. I just know that it was great to be back in this world, I wasn't as invested in Marcus and Phoebe going into this and not much that happened in thi...

    Matthew?s son Marcus has found love and wants to make it official but it requires bringing his chosen one to the vampire side. The complications of this experience plus all the memories from his past it stirs up may be more than they can all bear. I am horrible about keeping up ...

    This is a companion volume to Harkness?s All Souls Trilogy, which is like the thinking gal?s Twilight, as written by a historian of science. I read the first book, A Discovery of Witches, in 2011 and surprised myself by completely loving the story of the witch Diana Bishop, who res...

    I listened to the audio thanks to Penguin Random House Audio - thank you! Unfortunately I did not jive with the narrator. About 2 hours in I got so frustrated that I put the audiobook aside for a few weeks. I only picked it back up because I wanted to know what was going to happen w...

    Positively brilliant. A richly woven story with huge magical heart. Loved it. Full review to follow. ...

    The All Souls Trilogy is one of my all-time favourite series, a series I gladly tell everyone to read. Since finishing, I?ve been holding out for the next Deborah Harkness book I could read. Like many, I was expecting a certain story years ago only to be given Time?s Convert today....

    This is a sequel to the All Souls Trilogy, which I enjoyed immensely. Time's Convert was good, but...not as good. Don't get me wrong, though, it was still candy to me, and I'm still impressed with the pacing and the fact that she's obviously done her historical research. There were som...

    BE STILL MY BEATING HEART read it for Le Bébé the cutie pie revolutionist !!!! ...

    To say that I am excited for this book is an understatement. ...

    For anyone that little bit obsessed with A Discovery of Witches, Time?s Convert is an essential read. I include myself in that. I love the weaving of fantasy and history. I wanted that little bit more of Diana, Matthew and the world of Deborah Harkness. Pure magical escapism. Time...

    Review is up on the blog: https://atakefromtwocities.wixsite.co... I came late to the All Souls books and have read them all in the last eight months or so, thoroughly enjoying the first three as a whole. I've liked Marcus throughout the books and I thought this book was about him a...

    Received an Advanced Reader In Summer 2011 I found myself in love with the World of All Souls. So getting the chance to read Time Convert early made my summer. If you are familiar with the previous trilogy you have already been introduced to Marcus.A vampire that was sired by Ma...

    A wonderful read for sure. This book went deep into history (fictionalizing it much like the Outlander series, not story but meshing history with fiction). Having read the authors other books, I expected as much. I was very much invested in the main characters and their lives. I al...

    2 stars - Meh. Just ok. Unlike the majority of Goodreads readers, I found the author?s All Soul?s Trilogy to be underwhelming and overrated, despite having a plot synopsis that rang several of my trigger bells. Comparing the author to Diana Gabaldon and Neil Gaiman is, shall we ...

  • Rebecca
    Oct 19, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

    I loved author Deborah Harkness? previous trilogy and was excited about this new work. I eagerly read it and quickly remembered the characters and the basic story, even though it has been awhile since I last read about them. This book, Time?s Convert, lacks focus, and I kept feelin...

    I LOVE the All Souls trilogy. The books are exciting, romantic, erudite, mysterious, and full of amazing characters, history, and far-off places. I had high hopes and expectations for this book, but I found (aside from history) it lacked all of the original books? strengths. Wher...

    I found Marcus' flashback chapters kinda boring but overall I really enjoyed being back in this world with all the characters. ...

    I was over the moon excited when I found that the All Souls Trilogy had a "spinoff" featuring Marcus and Phoebe. A quarter of the way into the book, my excitement ended. The book felt like it was written by someone else, who didn't know the character backstories at all. This is labe...

    I absolutely loved The All Souls Trilogy! I was so excited when I saw this book coming out! I couldn't wait!! I have now discovered that having read the Trilogy 4 or so years ago and not having it fresh in my mind is a large problem. It started on page one when I couldn't remember ...

    A lovely sojourn with old friends. Coffee with history and easter eggs, allusions, as a tasty accompaniment. A voice I love to hear speaking , a clear voice speaks in her writing. I walked into this book and literally picked up where I had left them, in my mind. Writer acumen. So ferve...

    3.5-4 stars I finished this several days ago, but I'm so behind, I didn't get to mark it until now...and I don't remember much anymore. I just know that it was great to be back in this world, I wasn't as invested in Marcus and Phoebe going into this and not much that happened in thi...

    Matthew?s son Marcus has found love and wants to make it official but it requires bringing his chosen one to the vampire side. The complications of this experience plus all the memories from his past it stirs up may be more than they can all bear. I am horrible about keeping up ...

    This is a companion volume to Harkness?s All Souls Trilogy, which is like the thinking gal?s Twilight, as written by a historian of science. I read the first book, A Discovery of Witches, in 2011 and surprised myself by completely loving the story of the witch Diana Bishop, who res...

  • Terri ♥ (aka Mrs. Christian Grey)
    Sep 21, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

    I loved author Deborah Harkness? previous trilogy and was excited about this new work. I eagerly read it and quickly remembered the characters and the basic story, even though it has been awhile since I last read about them. This book, Time?s Convert, lacks focus, and I kept feelin...

    I LOVE the All Souls trilogy. The books are exciting, romantic, erudite, mysterious, and full of amazing characters, history, and far-off places. I had high hopes and expectations for this book, but I found (aside from history) it lacked all of the original books? strengths. Wher...

    I found Marcus' flashback chapters kinda boring but overall I really enjoyed being back in this world with all the characters. ...

    I was over the moon excited when I found that the All Souls Trilogy had a "spinoff" featuring Marcus and Phoebe. A quarter of the way into the book, my excitement ended. The book felt like it was written by someone else, who didn't know the character backstories at all. This is labe...

    I absolutely loved The All Souls Trilogy! I was so excited when I saw this book coming out! I couldn't wait!! I have now discovered that having read the Trilogy 4 or so years ago and not having it fresh in my mind is a large problem. It started on page one when I couldn't remember ...

    A lovely sojourn with old friends. Coffee with history and easter eggs, allusions, as a tasty accompaniment. A voice I love to hear speaking , a clear voice speaks in her writing. I walked into this book and literally picked up where I had left them, in my mind. Writer acumen. So ferve...

    3.5-4 stars I finished this several days ago, but I'm so behind, I didn't get to mark it until now...and I don't remember much anymore. I just know that it was great to be back in this world, I wasn't as invested in Marcus and Phoebe going into this and not much that happened in thi...

    Matthew?s son Marcus has found love and wants to make it official but it requires bringing his chosen one to the vampire side. The complications of this experience plus all the memories from his past it stirs up may be more than they can all bear. I am horrible about keeping up ...

    This is a companion volume to Harkness?s All Souls Trilogy, which is like the thinking gal?s Twilight, as written by a historian of science. I read the first book, A Discovery of Witches, in 2011 and surprised myself by completely loving the story of the witch Diana Bishop, who res...

    I listened to the audio thanks to Penguin Random House Audio - thank you! Unfortunately I did not jive with the narrator. About 2 hours in I got so frustrated that I put the audiobook aside for a few weeks. I only picked it back up because I wanted to know what was going to happen w...

    Positively brilliant. A richly woven story with huge magical heart. Loved it. Full review to follow. ...

    The All Souls Trilogy is one of my all-time favourite series, a series I gladly tell everyone to read. Since finishing, I?ve been holding out for the next Deborah Harkness book I could read. Like many, I was expecting a certain story years ago only to be given Time?s Convert today....

    This is a sequel to the All Souls Trilogy, which I enjoyed immensely. Time's Convert was good, but...not as good. Don't get me wrong, though, it was still candy to me, and I'm still impressed with the pacing and the fact that she's obviously done her historical research. There were som...

    BE STILL MY BEATING HEART read it for Le Bébé the cutie pie revolutionist !!!! ...

    To say that I am excited for this book is an understatement. ...

    For anyone that little bit obsessed with A Discovery of Witches, Time?s Convert is an essential read. I include myself in that. I love the weaving of fantasy and history. I wanted that little bit more of Diana, Matthew and the world of Deborah Harkness. Pure magical escapism. Time...

    Review is up on the blog: https://atakefromtwocities.wixsite.co... I came late to the All Souls books and have read them all in the last eight months or so, thoroughly enjoying the first three as a whole. I've liked Marcus throughout the books and I thought this book was about him a...

    Received an Advanced Reader In Summer 2011 I found myself in love with the World of All Souls. So getting the chance to read Time Convert early made my summer. If you are familiar with the previous trilogy you have already been introduced to Marcus.A vampire that was sired by Ma...

    A wonderful read for sure. This book went deep into history (fictionalizing it much like the Outlander series, not story but meshing history with fiction). Having read the authors other books, I expected as much. I was very much invested in the main characters and their lives. I al...

  • Renee
    Feb 05, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

  • Stacee
    Aug 14, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

  • Leigh Kramer
    Feb 06, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

  • Lucia
    Feb 06, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

  • Christine
    Oct 14, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

    I loved author Deborah Harkness? previous trilogy and was excited about this new work. I eagerly read it and quickly remembered the characters and the basic story, even though it has been awhile since I last read about them. This book, Time?s Convert, lacks focus, and I kept feelin...

    I LOVE the All Souls trilogy. The books are exciting, romantic, erudite, mysterious, and full of amazing characters, history, and far-off places. I had high hopes and expectations for this book, but I found (aside from history) it lacked all of the original books? strengths. Wher...

    I found Marcus' flashback chapters kinda boring but overall I really enjoyed being back in this world with all the characters. ...

    I was over the moon excited when I found that the All Souls Trilogy had a "spinoff" featuring Marcus and Phoebe. A quarter of the way into the book, my excitement ended. The book felt like it was written by someone else, who didn't know the character backstories at all. This is labe...

    I absolutely loved The All Souls Trilogy! I was so excited when I saw this book coming out! I couldn't wait!! I have now discovered that having read the Trilogy 4 or so years ago and not having it fresh in my mind is a large problem. It started on page one when I couldn't remember ...

    A lovely sojourn with old friends. Coffee with history and easter eggs, allusions, as a tasty accompaniment. A voice I love to hear speaking , a clear voice speaks in her writing. I walked into this book and literally picked up where I had left them, in my mind. Writer acumen. So ferve...

    3.5-4 stars I finished this several days ago, but I'm so behind, I didn't get to mark it until now...and I don't remember much anymore. I just know that it was great to be back in this world, I wasn't as invested in Marcus and Phoebe going into this and not much that happened in thi...

    Matthew?s son Marcus has found love and wants to make it official but it requires bringing his chosen one to the vampire side. The complications of this experience plus all the memories from his past it stirs up may be more than they can all bear. I am horrible about keeping up ...

    This is a companion volume to Harkness?s All Souls Trilogy, which is like the thinking gal?s Twilight, as written by a historian of science. I read the first book, A Discovery of Witches, in 2011 and surprised myself by completely loving the story of the witch Diana Bishop, who res...

    I listened to the audio thanks to Penguin Random House Audio - thank you! Unfortunately I did not jive with the narrator. About 2 hours in I got so frustrated that I put the audiobook aside for a few weeks. I only picked it back up because I wanted to know what was going to happen w...

    Positively brilliant. A richly woven story with huge magical heart. Loved it. Full review to follow. ...

    The All Souls Trilogy is one of my all-time favourite series, a series I gladly tell everyone to read. Since finishing, I?ve been holding out for the next Deborah Harkness book I could read. Like many, I was expecting a certain story years ago only to be given Time?s Convert today....

    This is a sequel to the All Souls Trilogy, which I enjoyed immensely. Time's Convert was good, but...not as good. Don't get me wrong, though, it was still candy to me, and I'm still impressed with the pacing and the fact that she's obviously done her historical research. There were som...

    BE STILL MY BEATING HEART read it for Le Bébé the cutie pie revolutionist !!!! ...

    To say that I am excited for this book is an understatement. ...

    For anyone that little bit obsessed with A Discovery of Witches, Time?s Convert is an essential read. I include myself in that. I love the weaving of fantasy and history. I wanted that little bit more of Diana, Matthew and the world of Deborah Harkness. Pure magical escapism. Time...

  • Nicolette (FallingOverBooks)
    Sep 17, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

    I loved author Deborah Harkness? previous trilogy and was excited about this new work. I eagerly read it and quickly remembered the characters and the basic story, even though it has been awhile since I last read about them. This book, Time?s Convert, lacks focus, and I kept feelin...

    I LOVE the All Souls trilogy. The books are exciting, romantic, erudite, mysterious, and full of amazing characters, history, and far-off places. I had high hopes and expectations for this book, but I found (aside from history) it lacked all of the original books? strengths. Wher...

    I found Marcus' flashback chapters kinda boring but overall I really enjoyed being back in this world with all the characters. ...

  • April
    Feb 06, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

    I loved author Deborah Harkness? previous trilogy and was excited about this new work. I eagerly read it and quickly remembered the characters and the basic story, even though it has been awhile since I last read about them. This book, Time?s Convert, lacks focus, and I kept feelin...

    I LOVE the All Souls trilogy. The books are exciting, romantic, erudite, mysterious, and full of amazing characters, history, and far-off places. I had high hopes and expectations for this book, but I found (aside from history) it lacked all of the original books? strengths. Wher...

    I found Marcus' flashback chapters kinda boring but overall I really enjoyed being back in this world with all the characters. ...

    I was over the moon excited when I found that the All Souls Trilogy had a "spinoff" featuring Marcus and Phoebe. A quarter of the way into the book, my excitement ended. The book felt like it was written by someone else, who didn't know the character backstories at all. This is labe...

    I absolutely loved The All Souls Trilogy! I was so excited when I saw this book coming out! I couldn't wait!! I have now discovered that having read the Trilogy 4 or so years ago and not having it fresh in my mind is a large problem. It started on page one when I couldn't remember ...

    A lovely sojourn with old friends. Coffee with history and easter eggs, allusions, as a tasty accompaniment. A voice I love to hear speaking , a clear voice speaks in her writing. I walked into this book and literally picked up where I had left them, in my mind. Writer acumen. So ferve...

    3.5-4 stars I finished this several days ago, but I'm so behind, I didn't get to mark it until now...and I don't remember much anymore. I just know that it was great to be back in this world, I wasn't as invested in Marcus and Phoebe going into this and not much that happened in thi...

    Matthew?s son Marcus has found love and wants to make it official but it requires bringing his chosen one to the vampire side. The complications of this experience plus all the memories from his past it stirs up may be more than they can all bear. I am horrible about keeping up ...

    This is a companion volume to Harkness?s All Souls Trilogy, which is like the thinking gal?s Twilight, as written by a historian of science. I read the first book, A Discovery of Witches, in 2011 and surprised myself by completely loving the story of the witch Diana Bishop, who res...

    I listened to the audio thanks to Penguin Random House Audio - thank you! Unfortunately I did not jive with the narrator. About 2 hours in I got so frustrated that I put the audiobook aside for a few weeks. I only picked it back up because I wanted to know what was going to happen w...

    Positively brilliant. A richly woven story with huge magical heart. Loved it. Full review to follow. ...

    The All Souls Trilogy is one of my all-time favourite series, a series I gladly tell everyone to read. Since finishing, I?ve been holding out for the next Deborah Harkness book I could read. Like many, I was expecting a certain story years ago only to be given Time?s Convert today....

    This is a sequel to the All Souls Trilogy, which I enjoyed immensely. Time's Convert was good, but...not as good. Don't get me wrong, though, it was still candy to me, and I'm still impressed with the pacing and the fact that she's obviously done her historical research. There were som...

    BE STILL MY BEATING HEART read it for Le Bébé the cutie pie revolutionist !!!! ...

    To say that I am excited for this book is an understatement. ...

  • Kat, lover of bears...
    Oct 08, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

    I loved author Deborah Harkness? previous trilogy and was excited about this new work. I eagerly read it and quickly remembered the characters and the basic story, even though it has been awhile since I last read about them. This book, Time?s Convert, lacks focus, and I kept feelin...

    I LOVE the All Souls trilogy. The books are exciting, romantic, erudite, mysterious, and full of amazing characters, history, and far-off places. I had high hopes and expectations for this book, but I found (aside from history) it lacked all of the original books? strengths. Wher...

    I found Marcus' flashback chapters kinda boring but overall I really enjoyed being back in this world with all the characters. ...

    I was over the moon excited when I found that the All Souls Trilogy had a "spinoff" featuring Marcus and Phoebe. A quarter of the way into the book, my excitement ended. The book felt like it was written by someone else, who didn't know the character backstories at all. This is labe...

  • Suzanne
    Sep 20, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

    I loved author Deborah Harkness? previous trilogy and was excited about this new work. I eagerly read it and quickly remembered the characters and the basic story, even though it has been awhile since I last read about them. This book, Time?s Convert, lacks focus, and I kept feelin...

  • M W
    Sep 21, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

  • thebookbitch
    Sep 09, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

  • Teresa
    Sep 30, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

    I loved author Deborah Harkness? previous trilogy and was excited about this new work. I eagerly read it and quickly remembered the characters and the basic story, even though it has been awhile since I last read about them. This book, Time?s Convert, lacks focus, and I kept feelin...

    I LOVE the All Souls trilogy. The books are exciting, romantic, erudite, mysterious, and full of amazing characters, history, and far-off places. I had high hopes and expectations for this book, but I found (aside from history) it lacked all of the original books? strengths. Wher...

    I found Marcus' flashback chapters kinda boring but overall I really enjoyed being back in this world with all the characters. ...

    I was over the moon excited when I found that the All Souls Trilogy had a "spinoff" featuring Marcus and Phoebe. A quarter of the way into the book, my excitement ended. The book felt like it was written by someone else, who didn't know the character backstories at all. This is labe...

    I absolutely loved The All Souls Trilogy! I was so excited when I saw this book coming out! I couldn't wait!! I have now discovered that having read the Trilogy 4 or so years ago and not having it fresh in my mind is a large problem. It started on page one when I couldn't remember ...

    A lovely sojourn with old friends. Coffee with history and easter eggs, allusions, as a tasty accompaniment. A voice I love to hear speaking , a clear voice speaks in her writing. I walked into this book and literally picked up where I had left them, in my mind. Writer acumen. So ferve...

    3.5-4 stars I finished this several days ago, but I'm so behind, I didn't get to mark it until now...and I don't remember much anymore. I just know that it was great to be back in this world, I wasn't as invested in Marcus and Phoebe going into this and not much that happened in thi...

  • Liz Barnsley
    Sep 24, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

    I loved author Deborah Harkness? previous trilogy and was excited about this new work. I eagerly read it and quickly remembered the characters and the basic story, even though it has been awhile since I last read about them. This book, Time?s Convert, lacks focus, and I kept feelin...

    I LOVE the All Souls trilogy. The books are exciting, romantic, erudite, mysterious, and full of amazing characters, history, and far-off places. I had high hopes and expectations for this book, but I found (aside from history) it lacked all of the original books? strengths. Wher...

    I found Marcus' flashback chapters kinda boring but overall I really enjoyed being back in this world with all the characters. ...

    I was over the moon excited when I found that the All Souls Trilogy had a "spinoff" featuring Marcus and Phoebe. A quarter of the way into the book, my excitement ended. The book felt like it was written by someone else, who didn't know the character backstories at all. This is labe...

    I absolutely loved The All Souls Trilogy! I was so excited when I saw this book coming out! I couldn't wait!! I have now discovered that having read the Trilogy 4 or so years ago and not having it fresh in my mind is a large problem. It started on page one when I couldn't remember ...

    A lovely sojourn with old friends. Coffee with history and easter eggs, allusions, as a tasty accompaniment. A voice I love to hear speaking , a clear voice speaks in her writing. I walked into this book and literally picked up where I had left them, in my mind. Writer acumen. So ferve...

    3.5-4 stars I finished this several days ago, but I'm so behind, I didn't get to mark it until now...and I don't remember much anymore. I just know that it was great to be back in this world, I wasn't as invested in Marcus and Phoebe going into this and not much that happened in thi...

    Matthew?s son Marcus has found love and wants to make it official but it requires bringing his chosen one to the vampire side. The complications of this experience plus all the memories from his past it stirs up may be more than they can all bear. I am horrible about keeping up ...

    This is a companion volume to Harkness?s All Souls Trilogy, which is like the thinking gal?s Twilight, as written by a historian of science. I read the first book, A Discovery of Witches, in 2011 and surprised myself by completely loving the story of the witch Diana Bishop, who res...

    I listened to the audio thanks to Penguin Random House Audio - thank you! Unfortunately I did not jive with the narrator. About 2 hours in I got so frustrated that I put the audiobook aside for a few weeks. I only picked it back up because I wanted to know what was going to happen w...

    Positively brilliant. A richly woven story with huge magical heart. Loved it. Full review to follow. ...

  • Jess
    Oct 01, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

    I loved author Deborah Harkness? previous trilogy and was excited about this new work. I eagerly read it and quickly remembered the characters and the basic story, even though it has been awhile since I last read about them. This book, Time?s Convert, lacks focus, and I kept feelin...

    I LOVE the All Souls trilogy. The books are exciting, romantic, erudite, mysterious, and full of amazing characters, history, and far-off places. I had high hopes and expectations for this book, but I found (aside from history) it lacked all of the original books? strengths. Wher...

    I found Marcus' flashback chapters kinda boring but overall I really enjoyed being back in this world with all the characters. ...

    I was over the moon excited when I found that the All Souls Trilogy had a "spinoff" featuring Marcus and Phoebe. A quarter of the way into the book, my excitement ended. The book felt like it was written by someone else, who didn't know the character backstories at all. This is labe...

    I absolutely loved The All Souls Trilogy! I was so excited when I saw this book coming out! I couldn't wait!! I have now discovered that having read the Trilogy 4 or so years ago and not having it fresh in my mind is a large problem. It started on page one when I couldn't remember ...

    A lovely sojourn with old friends. Coffee with history and easter eggs, allusions, as a tasty accompaniment. A voice I love to hear speaking , a clear voice speaks in her writing. I walked into this book and literally picked up where I had left them, in my mind. Writer acumen. So ferve...

    3.5-4 stars I finished this several days ago, but I'm so behind, I didn't get to mark it until now...and I don't remember much anymore. I just know that it was great to be back in this world, I wasn't as invested in Marcus and Phoebe going into this and not much that happened in thi...

    Matthew?s son Marcus has found love and wants to make it official but it requires bringing his chosen one to the vampire side. The complications of this experience plus all the memories from his past it stirs up may be more than they can all bear. I am horrible about keeping up ...

    This is a companion volume to Harkness?s All Souls Trilogy, which is like the thinking gal?s Twilight, as written by a historian of science. I read the first book, A Discovery of Witches, in 2011 and surprised myself by completely loving the story of the witch Diana Bishop, who res...

    I listened to the audio thanks to Penguin Random House Audio - thank you! Unfortunately I did not jive with the narrator. About 2 hours in I got so frustrated that I put the audiobook aside for a few weeks. I only picked it back up because I wanted to know what was going to happen w...

    Positively brilliant. A richly woven story with huge magical heart. Loved it. Full review to follow. ...

    The All Souls Trilogy is one of my all-time favourite series, a series I gladly tell everyone to read. Since finishing, I?ve been holding out for the next Deborah Harkness book I could read. Like many, I was expecting a certain story years ago only to be given Time?s Convert today....

    This is a sequel to the All Souls Trilogy, which I enjoyed immensely. Time's Convert was good, but...not as good. Don't get me wrong, though, it was still candy to me, and I'm still impressed with the pacing and the fact that she's obviously done her historical research. There were som...

    BE STILL MY BEATING HEART read it for Le Bébé the cutie pie revolutionist !!!! ...

  • Bookphenomena (Micky)
    May 20, 2019

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

    I loved author Deborah Harkness? previous trilogy and was excited about this new work. I eagerly read it and quickly remembered the characters and the basic story, even though it has been awhile since I last read about them. This book, Time?s Convert, lacks focus, and I kept feelin...

    I LOVE the All Souls trilogy. The books are exciting, romantic, erudite, mysterious, and full of amazing characters, history, and far-off places. I had high hopes and expectations for this book, but I found (aside from history) it lacked all of the original books? strengths. Wher...

    I found Marcus' flashback chapters kinda boring but overall I really enjoyed being back in this world with all the characters. ...

    I was over the moon excited when I found that the All Souls Trilogy had a "spinoff" featuring Marcus and Phoebe. A quarter of the way into the book, my excitement ended. The book felt like it was written by someone else, who didn't know the character backstories at all. This is labe...

    I absolutely loved The All Souls Trilogy! I was so excited when I saw this book coming out! I couldn't wait!! I have now discovered that having read the Trilogy 4 or so years ago and not having it fresh in my mind is a large problem. It started on page one when I couldn't remember ...

    A lovely sojourn with old friends. Coffee with history and easter eggs, allusions, as a tasty accompaniment. A voice I love to hear speaking , a clear voice speaks in her writing. I walked into this book and literally picked up where I had left them, in my mind. Writer acumen. So ferve...

    3.5-4 stars I finished this several days ago, but I'm so behind, I didn't get to mark it until now...and I don't remember much anymore. I just know that it was great to be back in this world, I wasn't as invested in Marcus and Phoebe going into this and not much that happened in thi...

    Matthew?s son Marcus has found love and wants to make it official but it requires bringing his chosen one to the vampire side. The complications of this experience plus all the memories from his past it stirs up may be more than they can all bear. I am horrible about keeping up ...

    This is a companion volume to Harkness?s All Souls Trilogy, which is like the thinking gal?s Twilight, as written by a historian of science. I read the first book, A Discovery of Witches, in 2011 and surprised myself by completely loving the story of the witch Diana Bishop, who res...

    I listened to the audio thanks to Penguin Random House Audio - thank you! Unfortunately I did not jive with the narrator. About 2 hours in I got so frustrated that I put the audiobook aside for a few weeks. I only picked it back up because I wanted to know what was going to happen w...

    Positively brilliant. A richly woven story with huge magical heart. Loved it. Full review to follow. ...

    The All Souls Trilogy is one of my all-time favourite series, a series I gladly tell everyone to read. Since finishing, I?ve been holding out for the next Deborah Harkness book I could read. Like many, I was expecting a certain story years ago only to be given Time?s Convert today....

    This is a sequel to the All Souls Trilogy, which I enjoyed immensely. Time's Convert was good, but...not as good. Don't get me wrong, though, it was still candy to me, and I'm still impressed with the pacing and the fact that she's obviously done her historical research. There were som...

    BE STILL MY BEATING HEART read it for Le Bébé the cutie pie revolutionist !!!! ...

    To say that I am excited for this book is an understatement. ...

    For anyone that little bit obsessed with A Discovery of Witches, Time?s Convert is an essential read. I include myself in that. I love the weaving of fantasy and history. I wanted that little bit more of Diana, Matthew and the world of Deborah Harkness. Pure magical escapism. Time...

    Review is up on the blog: https://atakefromtwocities.wixsite.co... I came late to the All Souls books and have read them all in the last eight months or so, thoroughly enjoying the first three as a whole. I've liked Marcus throughout the books and I thought this book was about him a...

  • Sean Gibson
    Feb 20, 2019

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

  • Melinda Sabo
    Sep 23, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

    I loved author Deborah Harkness? previous trilogy and was excited about this new work. I eagerly read it and quickly remembered the characters and the basic story, even though it has been awhile since I last read about them. This book, Time?s Convert, lacks focus, and I kept feelin...

    I LOVE the All Souls trilogy. The books are exciting, romantic, erudite, mysterious, and full of amazing characters, history, and far-off places. I had high hopes and expectations for this book, but I found (aside from history) it lacked all of the original books? strengths. Wher...

  • Tracy
    Oct 03, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

    I loved author Deborah Harkness? previous trilogy and was excited about this new work. I eagerly read it and quickly remembered the characters and the basic story, even though it has been awhile since I last read about them. This book, Time?s Convert, lacks focus, and I kept feelin...

    I LOVE the All Souls trilogy. The books are exciting, romantic, erudite, mysterious, and full of amazing characters, history, and far-off places. I had high hopes and expectations for this book, but I found (aside from history) it lacked all of the original books? strengths. Wher...

    I found Marcus' flashback chapters kinda boring but overall I really enjoyed being back in this world with all the characters. ...

    I was over the moon excited when I found that the All Souls Trilogy had a "spinoff" featuring Marcus and Phoebe. A quarter of the way into the book, my excitement ended. The book felt like it was written by someone else, who didn't know the character backstories at all. This is labe...

    I absolutely loved The All Souls Trilogy! I was so excited when I saw this book coming out! I couldn't wait!! I have now discovered that having read the Trilogy 4 or so years ago and not having it fresh in my mind is a large problem. It started on page one when I couldn't remember ...

  • • Lindsey Dahling •
    May 23, 2019

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

  • Siobhan
    Jun 15, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

    I loved author Deborah Harkness? previous trilogy and was excited about this new work. I eagerly read it and quickly remembered the characters and the basic story, even though it has been awhile since I last read about them. This book, Time?s Convert, lacks focus, and I kept feelin...

    I LOVE the All Souls trilogy. The books are exciting, romantic, erudite, mysterious, and full of amazing characters, history, and far-off places. I had high hopes and expectations for this book, but I found (aside from history) it lacked all of the original books? strengths. Wher...

    I found Marcus' flashback chapters kinda boring but overall I really enjoyed being back in this world with all the characters. ...

    I was over the moon excited when I found that the All Souls Trilogy had a "spinoff" featuring Marcus and Phoebe. A quarter of the way into the book, my excitement ended. The book felt like it was written by someone else, who didn't know the character backstories at all. This is labe...

    I absolutely loved The All Souls Trilogy! I was so excited when I saw this book coming out! I couldn't wait!! I have now discovered that having read the Trilogy 4 or so years ago and not having it fresh in my mind is a large problem. It started on page one when I couldn't remember ...

    A lovely sojourn with old friends. Coffee with history and easter eggs, allusions, as a tasty accompaniment. A voice I love to hear speaking , a clear voice speaks in her writing. I walked into this book and literally picked up where I had left them, in my mind. Writer acumen. So ferve...

    3.5-4 stars I finished this several days ago, but I'm so behind, I didn't get to mark it until now...and I don't remember much anymore. I just know that it was great to be back in this world, I wasn't as invested in Marcus and Phoebe going into this and not much that happened in thi...

    Matthew?s son Marcus has found love and wants to make it official but it requires bringing his chosen one to the vampire side. The complications of this experience plus all the memories from his past it stirs up may be more than they can all bear. I am horrible about keeping up ...

    This is a companion volume to Harkness?s All Souls Trilogy, which is like the thinking gal?s Twilight, as written by a historian of science. I read the first book, A Discovery of Witches, in 2011 and surprised myself by completely loving the story of the witch Diana Bishop, who res...

    I listened to the audio thanks to Penguin Random House Audio - thank you! Unfortunately I did not jive with the narrator. About 2 hours in I got so frustrated that I put the audiobook aside for a few weeks. I only picked it back up because I wanted to know what was going to happen w...

    Positively brilliant. A richly woven story with huge magical heart. Loved it. Full review to follow. ...

    The All Souls Trilogy is one of my all-time favourite series, a series I gladly tell everyone to read. Since finishing, I?ve been holding out for the next Deborah Harkness book I could read. Like many, I was expecting a certain story years ago only to be given Time?s Convert today....

  • Amanda NEVER MANDY
    Apr 14, 2019

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

    I loved author Deborah Harkness? previous trilogy and was excited about this new work. I eagerly read it and quickly remembered the characters and the basic story, even though it has been awhile since I last read about them. This book, Time?s Convert, lacks focus, and I kept feelin...

    I LOVE the All Souls trilogy. The books are exciting, romantic, erudite, mysterious, and full of amazing characters, history, and far-off places. I had high hopes and expectations for this book, but I found (aside from history) it lacked all of the original books? strengths. Wher...

    I found Marcus' flashback chapters kinda boring but overall I really enjoyed being back in this world with all the characters. ...

    I was over the moon excited when I found that the All Souls Trilogy had a "spinoff" featuring Marcus and Phoebe. A quarter of the way into the book, my excitement ended. The book felt like it was written by someone else, who didn't know the character backstories at all. This is labe...

    I absolutely loved The All Souls Trilogy! I was so excited when I saw this book coming out! I couldn't wait!! I have now discovered that having read the Trilogy 4 or so years ago and not having it fresh in my mind is a large problem. It started on page one when I couldn't remember ...

    A lovely sojourn with old friends. Coffee with history and easter eggs, allusions, as a tasty accompaniment. A voice I love to hear speaking , a clear voice speaks in her writing. I walked into this book and literally picked up where I had left them, in my mind. Writer acumen. So ferve...

    3.5-4 stars I finished this several days ago, but I'm so behind, I didn't get to mark it until now...and I don't remember much anymore. I just know that it was great to be back in this world, I wasn't as invested in Marcus and Phoebe going into this and not much that happened in thi...

    Matthew?s son Marcus has found love and wants to make it official but it requires bringing his chosen one to the vampire side. The complications of this experience plus all the memories from his past it stirs up may be more than they can all bear. I am horrible about keeping up ...

  • Kristyna MacKinnon
    Jul 31, 2018

    A little disappointing, if I'm honest. I was happy to read it, and it was nice to revisit familiar characters, and to get a deeper look into Marcus's past, but the whole 400 pages felt meandering and slightly pointless. There was no danger, no urgency, no mystery--none of the hallmarks...

    ?Miracles should leave a mark, so that we can remember how precious they are.? p. 14 I do believe I owe Marcus MacNeil an apology. I've been so anxious to read Gallowglass's story (which Harkness, bless her forever, is writing next), that I viewed Time's Convert as somewhat of a...

    "The touch we feel as a restraint when we are younger has a way of bringing us comfort later in our lives." Deborah Harkness is a safe bet. Story in Time's Convert follows three separated storylines that author weaves skillfully together without interupting the flow of the story. It...

    Deborah Harkness has created a new genre: luxury porn. Think about it: her vampires, at least those who belong to the de Clermont family tree, never age; are impossibly fit, no matter how much they eat (and they eat?and drink?anything and everything); are stunningly attractive a...

    Time's Convert was my most anticipated book of 2018. I was very lucky to receive one of very limited Advanced Reader Copies of the book and as soon as the proof came I dove straight in. The All Souls Trilogy told the story of Diana and Matthew on their quest to solving the mystery behi...

    I was totally in for another story in this world and I was thrilled to see how Marcus and Phoebe?s story was going to play out. I loved the format the most: we got a chapter of Marcus?s past, a chapter of Phoebe as she learns to be a vampire, and a chapter of Diana and the curr...

    This was painfully dull. There are only two things that kept this from a 1-star rating: 1. Phoebe?s chapters. It was fun watching her struggle with becoming a new vampire. We never got to see what this process was like before now and I had a good time reading it. And, okay......

    You know how sometimes you think you really want something but then you get it and you wish you hadn't because you realize you were better off without it? That's how I feel about this book. It wasn't bad but it just seems like a totally unnecessary interlude. I wish Harkness had either...

    I think it's safe to call this one of my highly-anticipated reads of 2018! I mean, hello...Marcus!!!! ...

    I loved author Deborah Harkness? previous trilogy and was excited about this new work. I eagerly read it and quickly remembered the characters and the basic story, even though it has been awhile since I last read about them. This book, Time?s Convert, lacks focus, and I kept feelin...

    I LOVE the All Souls trilogy. The books are exciting, romantic, erudite, mysterious, and full of amazing characters, history, and far-off places. I had high hopes and expectations for this book, but I found (aside from history) it lacked all of the original books? strengths. Wher...

    I found Marcus' flashback chapters kinda boring but overall I really enjoyed being back in this world with all the characters. ...

    I was over the moon excited when I found that the All Souls Trilogy had a "spinoff" featuring Marcus and Phoebe. A quarter of the way into the book, my excitement ended. The book felt like it was written by someone else, who didn't know the character backstories at all. This is labe...

    I absolutely loved The All Souls Trilogy! I was so excited when I saw this book coming out! I couldn't wait!! I have now discovered that having read the Trilogy 4 or so years ago and not having it fresh in my mind is a large problem. It started on page one when I couldn't remember ...

    A lovely sojourn with old friends. Coffee with history and easter eggs, allusions, as a tasty accompaniment. A voice I love to hear speaking , a clear voice speaks in her writing. I walked into this book and literally picked up where I had left them, in my mind. Writer acumen. So ferve...

    3.5-4 stars I finished this several days ago, but I'm so behind, I didn't get to mark it until now...and I don't remember much anymore. I just know that it was great to be back in this world, I wasn't as invested in Marcus and Phoebe going into this and not much that happened in thi...

    Matthew?s son Marcus has found love and wants to make it official but it requires bringing his chosen one to the vampire side. The complications of this experience plus all the memories from his past it stirs up may be more than they can all bear. I am horrible about keeping up ...

    This is a companion volume to Harkness?s All Souls Trilogy, which is like the thinking gal?s Twilight, as written by a historian of science. I read the first book, A Discovery of Witches, in 2011 and surprised myself by completely loving the story of the witch Diana Bishop, who res...

    I listened to the audio thanks to Penguin Random House Audio - thank you! Unfortunately I did not jive with the narrator. About 2 hours in I got so frustrated that I put the audiobook aside for a few weeks. I only picked it back up because I wanted to know what was going to happen w...

    Positively brilliant. A richly woven story with huge magical heart. Loved it. Full review to follow. ...

    The All Souls Trilogy is one of my all-time favourite series, a series I gladly tell everyone to read. Since finishing, I?ve been holding out for the next Deborah Harkness book I could read. Like many, I was expecting a certain story years ago only to be given Time?s Convert today....

    This is a sequel to the All Souls Trilogy, which I enjoyed immensely. Time's Convert was good, but...not as good. Don't get me wrong, though, it was still candy to me, and I'm still impressed with the pacing and the fact that she's obviously done her historical research. There were som...

    BE STILL MY BEATING HEART read it for Le Bébé the cutie pie revolutionist !!!! ...

    To say that I am excited for this book is an understatement. ...

    For anyone that little bit obsessed with A Discovery of Witches, Time?s Convert is an essential read. I include myself in that. I love the weaving of fantasy and history. I wanted that little bit more of Diana, Matthew and the world of Deborah Harkness. Pure magical escapism. Time...

    Review is up on the blog: https://atakefromtwocities.wixsite.co... I came late to the All Souls books and have read them all in the last eight months or so, thoroughly enjoying the first three as a whole. I've liked Marcus throughout the books and I thought this book was about him a...

    Received an Advanced Reader In Summer 2011 I found myself in love with the World of All Souls. So getting the chance to read Time Convert early made my summer. If you are familiar with the previous trilogy you have already been introduced to Marcus.A vampire that was sired by Ma...