I only wish that sort of thing had been explored more deeply. In this book the point of view swings back and forth between Anna and David, but without any clear distinction between the two. This seems like something which could be placed at the end of the book, not smack dab in the middle! It was very distracting to go from reading prose, to reading a list of events, then back to prose. Well enough to not only fit in, but to advise others as to upcoming events. Sure, their mother was highly educated in those things, and with good cause, but still…these are American kids, the majority of whom probably find anything concerning history to be dry, boring and totally unrelated to anything going on in their present day lives.
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Just couldnt stop reading after the first book: reviewed 22 days after purchase Don Kuhn reviewed on April 25, no rating I enjoyed all 3 of the books.
Wish there were more. Recommend reading them all - almost too bad there were only 3 in the series. I love it! Honor, however, was one of the only things that American teenagers David and Anna took with them in their time travel to medieval Wales.
Honor also describes the way in which Prince Llywelyn ap Gruffydd lived his life as the ruler of Wales in An amazing tale of adventure, daring exploits, loyalty, and courage all wrapped up in a time travel young adult fiction story.
This book was enjoyable from beginning to end, as it has plenty of action mixed with a truly remarkable degree of realism of life in 13th century Wales.
Authors generally do best if they write what they know. There is no question that author Sarah Woodbury knows the times of Edward I of England and Llywelyn, Prince of Wales, from what undoubtedly must have been a lot of research.
This is truly a great story, for Young Adults, or for anyone.
Footsteps in Time
Footsteps in Time: A Time Travel Fantasy