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review É An Acceptable Time ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ A flash of lightning uivering ground and instead of her grandparents' farm Polly sees mist and jagged mountains—and coming toward her a group of young men carrying spears Why has a time gate opened and dropped Polly into a world that existed 3000 years ago Will D Polly into a world that existed 3000 years ago Will she be able to get back to the present before the time gate closes and leaves her to face a group of people who believe in human sacrifice A uiet visit wi. In An Acceptable Time Polly is alright as a character but I kind of felt like I was missing half the story that might be because this book takes place after three other books that aren’t considered part of the uintet and sometimes her response to some of the events seemed flimsy and came with little to no explanation Maybe if I read the other novels that come before this one chronologically I’d connect with Polly but that’s what I thought about Meg and after the first book you don’t get much characterization of her except for the snapshots you get of her in A Swiftly Tilting PlanetOne of the things that I liked least about this last book was that the reactions of all the characters seemed off Polly’s grandparents bothered me the most because they seemed so disbelieving of everything that Polly was saying but in the first book Mr Murray not only travels in time but to another planet as well Why would he be so disbelieving of what Polly and the Bishop are saying if he has experienced something like this before Another character I really disliked was Zachary but I get that you were supposed do dislike him at first but as the story progressed I was never empathetic to his struggles I thought that if I had a little information on Zachary and some of his justifications for what he did but we didn’t so I just ended up hating him

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Th her grandparents turns into a lesson in the fluidity of time for Polly O'Keefe when she meets several strangers from overlapping temporal planes and with them plays a key role in a prehistoric confrontatio. This book was just okay Maybe I'm a bit meh about Christian fantasysf in general or specifically but I did enjoy the moments of particle physics and the apologia for all things Jesus Sure time travel is fine because even though you're going back a thousand years before the time of Christ his spirit is eternal etc etcMAYBE I would have liked this a lot if it hadn't been super primitive societies performing ritual sacrifice and we're supposed to go back and civilize the bastards Or something like thatHmmm Well I do like certain ASPECTS of this Like any time period that is ours That's pretty cool But when what should have been the cool bit like TIME TRAVEL something between my shoulder blades started itching and I just wanted to be through this I'm afraid that it didn't age all that well Which is a shame because I used to love the rough and tumble mix of science and religion in the previous booksI think it is a case of I've changed you haven't Sorry L'Engle

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An Acceptable TimeA flash of lightning uivering ground and instead of her grandparents' farm Polly sees mist and jagged mountains and coming toward her a group of young men carrying spears Why has a time gate opened and droppe. “Okay Polly” her grandfather said “Let’s have some normal ordinary lesson time What is Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle” Reading the following books in a series when the first book is your favourite book of all time is a scary process Every new book has a chance to ruin the first one for you When I started reading this one I thought that was it Luckily this book seems to be made of two parts the first is boring preachy made of 90% useless dialogue and feels like the author was just trying to make the story longer; the second part is just as good as the rest So I decided to give an average rating of three stars but I might change my mind Anyway my appreciation of a A Wrinkle in Time has not changed one bit it's still my favourite book of all time and I am glad I didn't stop reading the series out of fear This book thought me that sometimes you have to push though something boring to get to the good part I will think about this next time I mindlessly DNF some book at page 50 Goodbye Time uintet See you at my next re read 👋