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Never ending night by Tanya Stowe




On the eve of the Battle of Shiloh, Union soldier Tyler Sheridan has a premonition he is going to die. That night, he writes an epic anti-war poem called “Never-ending Night.” The next day, a cannonball explodes in front of him, but rather than walking through the gates of Heaven, Tyler steps into a modern-day Civil War reenactment. Confused by a world he can’t comprehend, Tyler has no choice but to rely on a beautiful and fascinating photojournalist for help.

As Stacy Sutton watches Tyler emerge from the rising smoke of faux cannon fire, she’s amazed by the authenticity of his uniform and demeanor—and then he claims to be from the nineteenth century, a mere delusion according to doctors. But Stacy’s not convinced Tyler is delusional and sees helping him as her second chance—an opportunity to atone for the death of her partner...and her past. As the mystery surrounding Tyler’s appearance deepens, it threatens any hope they have of a future together, and Stacy finds she must discover whether the man she loves is a traveller through time or a mad man lost in his own delusions.

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Review:
In Never Ending Night, Ms Stowe has woven a complex, compelling story that grips the reader from the very first paragraph. In an eclectic mix of past and present, both Stacey and Tyler fight personal demons, to find out who they are and why they are so drawn to each other. With descriptions so vivid you can almost taste the smoke on the battlefield and characters you both love and hate from the get go, this story is sure to please both historical and contemporary readers.

Buy Link: Releases Friday April 5th

Comments

Tanya Stowe said…
Thank you so much, Clare. Vivid descriptions is one of my goals!

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