The First by Dylan S Perry

Thank you @indie_blog_hop for the review copy of this book. All opinions are my own. ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸThe First by Dylan S. Perry ( @dylan.s.perry ) I must admit I was leery of this read at first. I personally dislike a book that bounces back and forth in time. I find them hard to follow and the transition between times inaccurate. However I was impressed. In 1645 Margaret is confused by the visions she has had her entire life and since the death of her mother the visions are taking more and more from her. In her depression and sense of insanity she begins to find others like her. In seeking herself she finds answers to who she is and what she is to accomplish. With the help of her coven Margaret is able to time travel. The most important thing about her ability is to find out what becomes of women in the future. In a time when women are not treated as equals but as possessions the need to know it isn’t always this way is the most important thing to the coven. So one night Margaret travels to the year 2003. She spends a few days there and is shocked of the history from 1645 to 2003 as well as learning she will not live to see most of it. Margaret makes a promise to a man in the future and even though the coven disagrees Margaret continues her travels. The support of husband and the presence of her children in her life set the tone to change future generations. Margaret’s journey is one for the records! I can only hope this is the beginning of a wonderful series to come! Review also posted on Instagram @jasonnstacie, Library Thing, Go Read, Goodreads/StacieBoren, and Amazon.

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