Thursday’s Top 4: Books That Make You Want To Time Travel

Top 4 Thursday is a bi-weekly meme hosted by Ally@Ally Writes Things.

This week’s topic is Books That Make You Want To Time Travel another fantastic topic from Ally.

Step Back in Time by Ali McNamara
This a wonderful story about a woman who travels back in time to London in the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. I’d love to visit London during the swinging sixties.

Daisy Belle: Swimming Champion of The World by Caitlin Davis
This is my current Pigeonhole read about a Victorian lady swimming champion, and it’s so good. I’d love to go back to this time to watch these amazing women in action

The Hourglass by Tracy Rees
I loved the 1950s story set in Tenby in Wales and would love to go back then when life was less complicated.

Another Woman’s Husband by Gill Paul

I really enjoyed listening to this audiobook earlier in the year especially the story about Wallis Simpson and her relationship with the Prince of Wales. I think going back to 1930s London would be such an interesting time to visit.

What do you think of my choices?
Which four books would you have chosen?

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9 thoughts on “Thursday’s Top 4: Books That Make You Want To Time Travel

  1. Yvo says:

    Such a fab topic! How wonderful would it be to be actually able to time travel… I really like your choices, especially going back to the 1930s or 1950s-1960s would be fascinating.

  2. carhicks says:

    What a great meme. I have not seen this one before. I read a lot of historical fiction, but there is usually something terrible going on, so I wouldn’t want to go back there. I think The Paris Wife is one though.

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