Drew from the past...
Kate from the present...
Two worlds collided.
As senior year comes to a close, a promise of new beginnings is on the horizon. Kate longs to head to Arizona and college until her former friend, Tyson, does the unimaginable forcing her to stay in Ohio. Her family has to pull together to keep their secrets safe. Anna wishes to return to the canyon in 1927 once more and Kate's determined to make that a reality. Summer's filled with wonderful memories and little warning of things to come. Kate's world grows darker and she must be the one to conquer the demons and save the world that is most precious to her.
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GREAT book! I was very eager to read the third installment of the Waiting for Dusk trilogy, while at the same time, I was reluctant to have the trilogy come to an end, and so I kept putting it off! But I have to say, this book was worth my anticipation. I will warn readers that the book gets off to a slow start, as couple Drew and Kate spend most of the first half of the book visiting the past which technically they have already lived (which I was not sure was wise, as changing something in that past the second time around will effect the future, something that seemingly every character who knows about the time travel gives voice to in this book and yet no one heeds). There are also many characters in the books that are related to one another, and many pages are given over to talking about who is related to who and in what way (this is not just in the usual way, as people have been coming back to live in the past and others coming forward to live in the future, creating all kinds of tangles in this large family tree). But be prepared that when the action starts, it does not let up until the last page. In the previous two books, there was really only one adversary: the nefarious Tyson, Kate's former boyfriend and stalker who keeps showing up like a bad penny. Some of this is Kate's inability to really break all ties( she keeps trying to remain friends with him and makes excuses for him, even after he does increasingly violent things, which still happens in this book--read STALKER). But in Stealing Time, we add on another villain, this one from the past: Drew's gangster father, Nicholas, who had a future mapped out for his son that Kate's appearance in the past derails. Nicholas is not happy about that, and when Drew happens to give his father a little extra info the second time around in the past, Nicholas uses that information to change history. I don't want to spoil the best parts, so I'll stop there, but bravo, Nancy Pennick!