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REVIEW: Time Between Us
REVIEW: Time Between Us

Time Between Us
Tamara Ireland Stone
Doubleday, $21.95

This is certainly one for young romantics, with two teenagers thrown together by fate, but not meant to be.

Anna, 16, lives in 1995 and 17-year-old Bennett in 2012.

Bennett is desperately trying to control his "gift" of time travelling, while Anna is desperate for adventure.

At first, Time Between Us reads a lot like a teenage version of The Time Traveller's Wife and perhaps the author was inspired by that story of the time-weary husband.

But teenage girls especially will enjoy following the relationship between

Anna and Bennett as they come to terms with their future.

It will make a comforting change from reading about vampires, werewolves and other creatures populating the paranormal.

The West Australian

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