• Time Stranger

  • Time Travel Romance
  • By: Elyse Douglas
  • Narrated by: Nancy Peterson
  • Length: 7 hrs and 21 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (31 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In 1944 London, Anne Billings is off to meet Ken, a dashing American bomber pilot, when she and her four-year-old son, Tommy, get caught in an air raid. 

Anne clutches Tommy's hand as they run for the nearest shelter. In a terrifying blast, Tommy is swept away, and Anne is blown into the air...landing, near death, in New York's Central Park. When she awakens in the hospital, she has no memory. It is 2008. 

The handsome Dr. Jon Miles falls for the mysterious Anne, and he attempts to help her as she begins to remember her true identity. When an aggressive CIA agent pursues her, determined to learn the truth, Anne struggles to escape and return to her own country and her own time.

©2021 Elyse Douglas (P)2021 Elyse Douglas

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Pleasant & interesting read

But lacking slightly in depth of research, especially in English topics and CIA surveillance tools.
Narration was good, but needed coaching on pronunciation (of English words & place names)

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  • Phil
  • 07-11-21

great story line and the narrator was so authentic

brought tears to my eyes, the emotion was so real. narrator brought each character to life.


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  • Claire
  • 01-02-22

Loved it

Loved every second of it. I just couldn't stop listening.
The narrator was very good.

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  • Bev D
  • 12-01-21

Good story , bad accent .

This book was a good one so I stuck with it and enjoyed the story . But as a Londoner I found the accents very poor. Anne’s English accent was not authentic and veered off many times. For example she used a short a in the word can’t . Much more of a mid Atlantic accent. Her character was from London so would not use this. Also her accent is upper class English and she is supposed to be from a working class London area and family. She definitely would not speak like this.
Don’t get me started on the Irish accent. It also was not good at all. It did tarnish the listen for me.