The Color of Time

The Color of Time

by Julianne MacLean


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The Color of Time by Julianne MacLean

They say it's impossible to change the past...

Since her magical summer romance at the age of sixteen, Sylvie Nichols has never been able to forget her first love. Years later, when she returns to the seaside town where she lost her heart to Ethan Foster, she is determined to lay the past to rest once and for all. But letting go becomes a challenge when Sylvie finds herself transported back to that long ago summer of love...and the turbulent events that followed. Soon, past and present begin to collide in strange and mystifying ways, and Sylvie can't help but wonder if a true belief in miracles is powerful enough to change both her past and her future....

"Full of high emotional moments and unexpected twists and turns, these Color of Heaven books are impossible to put down." - New York Times bestselling author, Emily March.

While each novel in the series can be read as a standalone, there are many more books to love in this series!

Book 1: The Color of Heaven
Book 2: The Color of Destiny
Book 3: The Color of Hope
Book 4: The Color of a Dream
Book 5: The Color of a Memory
Book 6: The Color of Love
Book 7: The Color of the Season
Book 8: The Color of Joy

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781927675304
Publisher: Julianne MacLean Publishing Inc.
Publication date: 09/03/2015
Series: Color of Heaven Series , #9
Pages: 270
Sales rank: 395,337
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.61(d)

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The Color of Time (The Color of Heaven Series, #9) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous 21 days ago
Not my favorite of Julianne's books. I just couldn't wait to get to the end, I so needed that happy ending.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you enjoy stories about time travel, then you may enjoy this story. At first I didn't care for this book, but after a few more chapters my interest grew. Lucky for Sylvie, she learned from her past experiences and turned her life around. I recommend this story. **** esk 02/2018 ****
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When I started reading I was drawn in by the events happenings and how the main characters met. When the dreams started it was a little confusing! The more I read, I couldn't put the story down. The ending was what I hoped for. Enjoyed reading!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I had read The Color of Heaven twice-- & loved it. But this book was hard to follow, & I didn't make much of a connection with the main character. Maybe the author could remind us of the title, or theme, "time", from time to time- - & insert some paragraphs/insight into the meaning of time; others' opinions/theories on time dimensions?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I"ve never read a book like this one. It was all over the place. It jumped from one dream to anothetr. I kept thinking I was in the wrong chapter. It was so depressing. I don"t even know why I finished it. I did not like it at all and would not recommend it.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This just has to be amazing, i could not put all the other books down. There are so much interchanging going on with the characters.......i said to my self, " didnt see that coming!!!!". Very strongly re these books!!!comend
allromancereader More than 1 year ago
I never know what to say about a Julianne MacLean book, except to say YOU HAVE TO READ IT. I always find myself very introspective after reading one of her books and The Color of Time was no exception. We met Sylvie Nichols in the previous book The Color of Joy, so we got to know a little bit about her in advance of this book. Or did we? In The Color of Time, the author attempts to answer the age old question: "What if you just did one thing different, would life have the same outcome?" She demonstrates how that question can be answered through Sylvie's experiences. Several of them. What's unique about Sylvie's experiences is that while she was actually dreaming, her alternative realities are real to her. They are real to us. They happen. As the story progresses, you find yourself wondering which reality is the REAL one. And you are as heartbroken as Sylvie each time when you find out something you experienced wasn't real - because it happened. It had to have happened. Ms. MacLean's character development is strong, as always. Her characters are what draw you into her books and the emotions they experience are read to the reader. It's very easy to be drawn into a Color of Heaven book and experience it right along with the characters, emotions and all. This is not your typical paranormal, where you would expect magical powers, fantasy characters and the like. Sylvie's experience of alternate realities is the only paranormal aspect to this story - the characters and storyline are rooted in reality and the everyday experiences in a wonderful north eastern town. In the end, Sylvie's story ends up the way it was meant to be, but she and the reader take a wonderful, heartbreaking, mysterious path to get there. It's so difficult to discuss much about this book without divulging spoilers, so I'll just reiterate what I said at the beginning. YOU HAVE TO READ THIS BOOK.