Sunday, November 15, 2015

A Time to Speak by Nadine Brandes A Review

What happens when you live longer than you wanted to?

Parvin Blackwater wanted to die, but now she’s being called to be a leader. The only problem is, no one wants to follow.

The Council uses Jude’s Clock-matching invention to force “new-and-improved” Clocks on the public. Those who can’t afford one are packed into boxcars like cattle and used for the Council’s purposes.

Parvin and Hawke find themselves on a cargo ship of Radicals headed out to sea. What will the Council do to them? And why are people suddenly dying before their Clocks have zeroed-out?

Book Two in the “Out of Time” series.

File Size: 824 KB
Print Length: 400 pages
Publisher: Enclave Publishing (October 16, 2015)
Publication Date: October 16, 2015
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Language: English

Carol Award winner and Christy Award finalist, Nadine Brandes is an adventurer, fusing authentic faith with bold imagination. She never received her Hogwarts letter, but rest assured she's no Muggle (and would have been in Ravenclaw House, thank you very much.)

This Harry Potter super-nerd has been known to eat an entire package of Oreos (family size) by herself, and watches Fiddler on the Roof at least once a year. She writes about brave living, finding purpose, and other worlds soaked in imagination. Her dystopian trilogy (The Out of Time Series) challenged her to pursue shalom, which is now her favorite word (followed closely by bumbershoot.)

When Nadine's not taste-testing a new chai or editing fantasy novels, she and her knight-in-shining armor (nickname: "hubby") are out pursuing adventures.

  A Time to Speak by Nadine Brandes is such a wonderful, wonderful book. This is book two in the Out of Time series and I must say I can’t get enough of this amazing series. This is the second book Nadine has written and book one A Time to Die won the Carol Award and was a Christy Award finalist.
  You need to read book one before you read book two A Time to Speak, because if you don’t you will miss a lot of back story.
I couldn’t read this book fast enough, but didn’t want it to end.
  Parvin and Hawke are both sent back across the wall with a lot of boxcars full of her people for not having clocks, which all of the people had to have. Parvin was O.K. with this because she was thrown across the wall in book one, but now they have passed the place where she was before and taking them to a very, very cold place. How can they survive? How will they all come together and try to work things out.
 Marvelous book and one that will find a place on my book shelf. This series is a keeper. Highly recommended.

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Thank you to the  Author/Publicist  for providing this book for review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255

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