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Many Waters (Time, #4) - Community Reviews back

by Madeleine L'Engle, Peter Sís
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I Live in Many Worlds
I Live in Many Worlds rated it 1 year ago
Oh dear... these books are not going to get any better, are they? I continue to read this series because I liked the first book. I thought the ideas were intriguing enough that I wanted to see more and more of this world. But it would seem the more I read, the more disappointed I become. Many Waters...
Kythe42's Astral Library
Kythe42's Astral Library rated it 5 years ago
Many Waters by Madeleine L'Engle is about twin brothers who accidentally tamper with their father's experiment and get sent back in time to biblical prehistory where people live for hundreds of years and mythological creatures are commonplace. They are unprepared for the extreme desert climate and s...
B. Morris Allen
B. Morris Allen rated it 7 years ago
It's been a long time since I read the first three books in this series, so I have relatively vague memories of the various kids. Still, I recalled enough to know that this is the first time the twins Sandy and Denny get to enjoy the spotlight. In this story, the twins are sent back in time to live ...
siobhanparker
siobhanparker rated it 8 years ago
Good story. Very fun read.
thomcat
thomcat rated it 9 years ago
While reading I kept hearing Maria Muldaur in my mind's ear
Book.Blog.Bake.
Book.Blog.Bake. rated it 9 years ago
This isn't my favorite book in the Time Quintent, but it's close. I love that the focus changes from Meg and/or Charles Wallace to Sandy and Dennys-- the "ordinary" ones of the family, as they say. They have their own adventure as well, which is handled with the complexity that it deserves. Looking ...
In Libris Veritas
In Libris Veritas rated it 10 years ago
I was alittle confused going into it because it is listed as the 4th book but it seems to take place between 2 and 3. Overall I enjoyed it, I loved the different take on a well known bible story. And seeing as I'm not a religious person I was quite surprised that I enjoyed as much as I did.
norma
norma rated it 14 years ago
Retelling of the flood from Genesis. Interesting conjecture. (Very good author!)
futurista
futurista rated it 50 years ago
Never read childhood favorites as an adult if you don't want them to lose their favorite status. The book is about 2 teenage twin boys who accidentally touch their father's science project and end up time traveling to a few months before the Great Flood with Noah and company. This was apparently ver...
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