Geralyn Beauchamp’s Time Masters Book One: The Call

Originally Posted at Bibliophile’s Retreat by Melissa Meeks


I saw an author interview posted over at His Reading List with Cheryl Wyatt. In one of her answers she talks about living in the Fantasy World of the books as she was reading and even extending that into her own forays of the imagination after finishing a book.

This sounds quite familiar to me as I was and still am entranced by these fictional worlds that Authors create for us readers. As I’ve gotten older I have managed to choose the timing of my retreats a bit better though. I still remember teachers taking my books away at school because I’d rather read than listen to the class lesson. I suppose I figured I could just read it all later anyway.

But on to Geralyn Beauchamp and Time Masters- I was first introduced to this book over a year ago as a typing project which of course meant reading it. I have since read it more times than I can keep track of and am once again lost in the midst of vivid characters and locations that only strengthen their grip with repetition. I still find myself identifying with Shona in her loneliness, insecurity and emotional turmoil. I also identify with some of the other characters but I think Shona still draws me the most because so many of her struggles in this book mirror where I have been and I suspect others out there have too.

The characters in this book appeal to so many because they each have struggles and weaknesses that are so prevalent for us as humans. I think just about anyone can see some of themself in at least one of these characters. One of the many things that first drew me into Beauchamp’s fictional world was the characterization and how thoroughly she develops them to the point of seeming to be living human beings right in front of me. Very few authors have scaled that mountain in my reading experience. Many have good, deep characters but in the end there is still something lacking to make them feel as realistic as the Time Masters bunch.

Check my sidebar for links related to this book and author. And click over to her blog to read the Prologue and Chapter One

Here’s some other online reviews I know of and an interview and review I posted:
Coffee Time Romance, Cathi’s Chatter, A Peek at My Bookshelf by Deena, Queen of Convolution by Caprice, Grace Bridges, Interview, My Review.

Here’s some other tour posts too:
A Frank Review and Sojourner’s Journey by Rachelle (These two fellow CFRB Members are doing multiple posts this week so check the links often), Back to the Mountains by Steve (It appears this blogger is also planning a series of posts), His Reading List by Susan

Check out what other CFRB members are saying and read the daily entries at the CFRB blog by clicking on the banner of this post or the CFRB logo in my sidebar.

Don’t forget to leave a comment on the giveaway post sometime during the tour to be entered for a chance to win a copy of this book as well.

Last of all we all love to get comments on our posts and carry on a dialogue with our readers so comment, comment, comment.

3 comments

  1. I love a book that makes me want to read it again and again; to not be able to ‘put the book down’ in my mind, to keep thinking about it. Sounds like a good one.
    Pam
    cepjwms at yahoo dot com

  2. Pamela,

    Thanks for stopping by. You can leave a comment on the post dated January 12th that has Giveaway in the title for a chance to win a copy of the book. It’s the very first post on my blog hompage.

    Melissa

  3. Forstrose, thanks so much for visiting my interview and for mentioning it here.

    Love your blog!

    Cheryl Wyatt

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