In two minds by K.T.Findlay (Book Review #705)


In the two minds is a time travel fantasy story about a body that shares two personalities, a Museum curator called Thomas and a ten-year-old anglo Saxon Wulfstan. The year gap alongside the difference in culture alone should have made things complicated enough. But still, the story took the reader that extra mile, letting you know that the body could swap personalities at any time.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

The fact that two minds had to work together in one body in order to function was fascinating to read, but the story didn’t end there, it had an additional storyline casting ten women who were also just as marvellous.

The work was intricate and required depth for the whole story to work out. The author did an excellent job layering all the storylines, and the dialogue added to its nature of fulfillment. The literature had a fast pace to it, and it paid attention to details where it was needed.

I would recommend this book to anyone that likes twisted stories and fantasy readers.

Written by Jeyran Main

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