The Time Thief PDF ✓ The Time ePUB ´

The Time Thief PDF ✓ The Time ePUB ´

The Time Thief ❰PDF❯ ✐ The Time Thief Author Linda Buckley-Archer – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Peter Schock has been left behind in 1763 Kate Dyer is beginning to suffer some disturbing side effects from time traveling And the Tar Man who was terrifying even in the eighteenth century is loose a Peter Schock has been left behind in Kate Dyer is beginning to suffer some disturbing side effects from time traveling And the Tar The Time ePUB ´ Man who was terrifying even in the eighteenth century is loose and wreaking havoc in twenty first century London with twenty first century technology at his disposal Can Kate find a way to bring Peter back and stop the Tar Man for good.


10 thoughts on “The Time Thief

  1. Hailey Hailey says:

    This was not one of my favorite reads I’m not saying I hated it but I definitely did not love it First of all the back of the book was very misleading It said “And the Tar Man who was terrifying even in the eighteenth century is loose and wreaking havoc in the twenty first century” In all the parts that the Tar Man was in he only did two things that I would consider “wreaking havoc” For the rest of the parts he was just learning about the twenty first century and planning what he would do with opportunity that he had Other than that I only had a problem with the parts of the book that bored me Things like talking about the anti gravity machines and going into a gallery I know that those were important parts of the story but they were boring Maybe it’s the fact that I didn’t read the first book but those parts altered my opinion on this book


  2. Franziska Franziska says:

    This was a nice read but I liked the first book better Somehow I wished for something the characters stayed strangely flat


  3. Bonnie Bonnie says:

    Please don't hold it against the book that it took me forever and a day to read I was feeling sick and wasn't much in a reading mood but this book was truly fantastic I really liked the first book and was looking forward to this one a little worriedly Imagine my surprise when I liked it better than the first bookAt the end of the first book Kate has returned to the present but Peter accidentally is left back in the 1700's when the villian of the book the Tar Man takes his place and comes to the future In this book the Tar Man uickly realizes that the present is ripe for thieving opportunities and he becomes unstoppable when he discovers that time travelling has left him with a special talent that is every thief's dreamAlso Kate and Peter's father secretly find where Kate's family has hidden the time machine in the hopes that they can uickly go back to the 1700's rescue Peter and come back But they uickly discover that due to an incorrect setting the Peter that they find is very different than the Peter that they left only a few days before and now the time machine will not work and the only man who has the knowledge to fix it for them is stuck on the wrong side of the french revolution As if that isn't bad enough since Kate has time travelled numerous times she seems to be becoming unglued from time and there is no way to know how to help herThe ending left me excited for the next book the last in the trilogy but I can't find any info about when it's coming outshoot


  4. Kevin Kevin says:

    The Time Thief is just what readers look for in the second book in a trilogy adventures with the same characters and settings but with enough plot twists and turns to keep them guessing; a chance to get to know their favorite characters better; and a building tension left to be resolved by the final bookBuckley Archer once again does a nice job of weaving all the plot lines together The action takes place in modern day London 18th century England and revolutionary France but it never gets bogged down She takes the time to build the character's relationships and explore the history and setting the time travel device provides but there are plenty of action seuences and plot twists to keep the reader pressing forwardSometimes the second book in a trilogy can end up a little slow especially if it is a bridge between the excitement of the first book and the suspense of the conclusion but Buckley Archer has avoided this trap completley If anything The Time Thief is exciting than the first book Which means that she has once again ratcheted up the expectations for the third and final bookI for one can't wait to read how she brings this great series to an end If you have young readers who haven't yet read the first two books or if like me you enjoy a good adventure no matter what the age level I can highly recommend them


  5. Jacque Jacque says:

    This was a great second book in the series Only a few things caused me to give it 3 stars instead of four First it has a couple of swear words which are not okay for a kids book Also some of the content was a little mature for my 10 and 11 year olds that are also listening to this book


  6. Marla Marla says:

    35 stars This was such a clever story but it was up and down for me I didn't like the bad guy and his story line but I enjoyed the tale set in history about a boy his friend and his father figuresLikes Rescue attempt Historic people and events view spoiler Anti gravity machine Peter being successful Tar Man horse ride Tar Man coping in the future Friends with the ueen King George's menagerie Beauty of Louis Philippe Tar Man preferring to avoid complications of killing using trickery or intimidation instead Theory of additional parallel universes created with each time travel change Tar Man practicing his blurring Tar Man upset about Tom Kate's modern items coming in handy Kate finding a way to use her fast forwarding Peter's advice to himself hide spoiler


  7. Federica Federica says:

    The Time Thief is a seuel worthy its name I think that the plot of this book is involving than that of the previous one even though the descriptions of the XVIII century are still realistic I really liked observing a grown up Peter whose thoughts behavior and belief are different but also similar to the young oneEven the part with the Tar Man were interesting and I suffered when view spoiler Tom died because he was one of my favorite characters hide spoiler


  8. Monica Edinger Monica Edinger says:

    As I wrote in my review for the first of this series I like it a lot Some complained to me that the second wasn't as good as the first but I don't agree I liked what was going on with characters good and bad coming to the present Some interesting and original stuff going on I will be interested to see where this trilogy ends up


  9. LibraryLaur LibraryLaur says:

    An excellent seuel to The Time Travelers formerly titled Gideon the Cutpurse This fantasy is about time traveling duh and features a very uick moving plot but it really examines the moral and philosophical implications of time travel Who knew? I can't wait for the third one


  10. Traci Haley Traci Haley says:

    I am uite impressed with Linda Buckley Archer's ability to not only write a decent time travel story but to do it in a completely believable way; she manages to come up with an intriguing plot device that explains the lack of paradoxes I can't wait 'til the next entry into thise series


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10 thoughts on “The Time Thief

  1. Hailey Hailey says:

    This was not one of my favorite reads I’m not saying I hated it but I definitely did not love it First of all the back of the book was very misleading It said “And the Tar Man who was terrifying even in the eighteenth century is loose and wreaking havoc in the twenty first century” In all the parts that the Tar Man was in he only did two things that I would consider “wreaking havoc” For the rest of the parts he was just learning about the twenty first century and planning what he would do with opportunity that he had Other than that I only had a problem with the parts of the book that bored me Things like talking about the anti gravity machines and going into a gallery I know that those were important parts of the story but they were boring Maybe it’s the fact that I didn’t read the first book but those parts altered my opinion on this book

  2. Franziska Franziska says:

    This was a nice read but I liked the first book better Somehow I wished for something the characters stayed strangely flat

  3. Bonnie Bonnie says:

    Please don't hold it against the book that it took me forever and a day to read I was feeling sick and wasn't much in a reading mood but this book was truly fantastic I really liked the first book and was looking forward to this one a little worriedly Imagine my surprise when I liked it better than the first bookAt the end of the first book Kate has returned to the present but Peter accidentally is left back in the 1700's when the villian of the book the Tar Man takes his place and comes to the future In this book the Tar Man uickly realizes that the present is ripe for thieving opportunities and he becomes unstoppable when he discovers that time travelling has left him with a special talent that is every thief's dreamAlso Kate and Peter's father secretly find where Kate's family has hidden the time machine in the hopes that they can uickly go back to the 1700's rescue Peter and come back But they uickly discover that due to an incorrect setting the Peter that they find is very different than the Peter that they left only a few days before and now the time machine will not work and the only man who has the knowledge to fix it for them is stuck on the wrong side of the french revolution As if that isn't bad enough since Kate has time travelled numerous times she seems to be becoming unglued from time and there is no way to know how to help herThe ending left me excited for the next book the last in the trilogy but I can't find any info about when it's coming outshoot

  4. Kevin Kevin says:

    The Time Thief is just what readers look for in the second book in a trilogy adventures with the same characters and settings but with enough plot twists and turns to keep them guessing; a chance to get to know their favorite characters better; and a building tension left to be resolved by the final bookBuckley Archer once again does a nice job of weaving all the plot lines together The action takes place in modern day London 18th century England and revolutionary France but it never gets bogged down She takes the time to build the character's relationships and explore the history and setting the time travel device provides but there are plenty of action seuences and plot twists to keep the reader pressing forwardSometimes the second book in a trilogy can end up a little slow especially if it is a bridge between the excitement of the first book and the suspense of the conclusion but Buckley Archer has avoided this trap completley If anything The Time Thief is exciting than the first book Which means that she has once again ratcheted up the expectations for the third and final bookI for one can't wait to read how she brings this great series to an end If you have young readers who haven't yet read the first two books or if like me you enjoy a good adventure no matter what the age level I can highly recommend them

  5. Jacque Jacque says:

    This was a great second book in the series Only a few things caused me to give it 3 stars instead of four First it has a couple of swear words which are not okay for a kids book Also some of the content was a little mature for my 10 and 11 year olds that are also listening to this book

  6. Marla Marla says:

    35 stars This was such a clever story but it was up and down for me I didn't like the bad guy and his story line but I enjoyed the tale set in history about a boy his friend and his father figuresLikes Rescue attempt Historic people and events view spoiler Anti gravity machine Peter being successful Tar Man horse ride Tar Man coping in the future Friends with the ueen King George's menagerie Beauty of Louis Philippe Tar Man preferring to avoid complications of killing using trickery or intimidation instead Theory of additional parallel universes created with each time travel change Tar Man practicing his blurring Tar Man upset about Tom Kate's modern items coming in handy Kate finding a way to use her fast forwarding Peter's advice to himself hide spoiler

  7. Federica Federica says:

    The Time Thief is a seuel worthy its name I think that the plot of this book is involving than that of the previous one even though the descriptions of the XVIII century are still realistic I really liked observing a grown up Peter whose thoughts behavior and belief are different but also similar to the young oneEven the part with the Tar Man were interesting and I suffered when view spoiler Tom died because he was one of my favorite characters hide spoiler

  8. Monica Edinger Monica Edinger says:

    As I wrote in my review for the first of this series I like it a lot Some complained to me that the second wasn't as good as the first but I don't agree I liked what was going on with characters good and bad coming to the present Some interesting and original stuff going on I will be interested to see where this trilogy ends up

  9. LibraryLaur LibraryLaur says:

    An excellent seuel to The Time Travelers formerly titled Gideon the Cutpurse This fantasy is about time traveling duh and features a very uick moving plot but it really examines the moral and philosophical implications of time travel Who knew? I can't wait for the third one

  10. Traci Haley Traci Haley says:

    I am uite impressed with Linda Buckley Archer's ability to not only write a decent time travel story but to do it in a completely believable way; she manages to come up with an intriguing plot device that explains the lack of paradoxes I can't wait 'til the next entry into thise series

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