Some further quotes from reviewers who took part in the tour:
“As it’s always the case with dual timeline narratives, I couldn’t read fast enough. This, combined with having two main characters that I started to care for, made it hard for me to put the book down when I needed to get on with my day, or sleep!…a thoroughly enjoyable read.”Silvia_reads
Very many thanks to Silvia at Book After Book @Silvia_reads. You can read Silvia’s full review here.
“I also really enjoyed the fact the author uses the Pandemic as a back-drop which makes the differences between 1982 and 2020 even more poignant…a fascinating, entertaining book”Pamela – Book Lover’s Boudoir
Big thanks to book blogger Pamela of Book Lover’s Boudoir for her review. Read the whole review at:
Easter Monday’s stop on the Random Things Blog Tour is at the Intensive Gassing About Books blog.
“Running Behind Time unfolded in a way that I wasn’t expecting and I very much liked this! This was a quirky and nicely told story, well worth getting a copy and enjoying the inadvertent adventures of Beth and Tom!”Intensive Gassing About Books
Very many thanks for your lovely review. Read the whole review at:
It’s 6th April and a big thank you to book blogger Claire @ C.isfor. Clare _Reads on instagram for your lovely review.
“This was such a compelling and fascinating read…I loved the characters and Tom and Beth and quickly became invested in them. Thoroughly enjoyable read.”Claire on Instagram.
Here’s the link: https://www.instagram.com/p/CNU-pJ8rO7h
And the final stop on the blog tour at the Beyond The Books blog. ..
“The wrinkle in time has helped to create a book that transported me away from this Covid -19 time in which we live…and I had fun escaping! Thanks to Random Things Tours and Jan Turk Petrie for the copy of this wonderful book.”Sharon @ Beyond the Books
Read Sharon’s review here: https://sharonbeyondthebooks.wordpress.com/2021/04/07/jan-turk-petrie-running-behind-time/