Tuesday, March 5, 2013

"The Loved and The Lost" by Lory S Kaufman

The Loved and the Lost by Lory S Kaufman

Genre: Timetravel
Source: Received to Review

Book Description:  They are three time travelers desperate to return to 14th-century Verona to reclaim their medieval family s shattered lives. It is a mission fraught with danger and the risk of unexpected consequences for themselves and for their worlds. For all three, it is a matter of the heart. For one, though, it is truly the only thing that matters, as the fate of his eternal love and the life of their unborn child is the prize to be won or lost forever. In this, the final book of THE VERONA TRILOGY, Hansum, Shamira and Lincoln go on the boldest adventure of their lives. They will face hardship, tragedy, and threats from sources they couldn t have imagined all in an effort to wrestle a future from the steely grip of an unforgiving past.

My thoughs: The third book in the Verona Trilogy continues with Hansum's desperate desire to save his wife, Guilietta.  It doesn't take long for him and the others to visit the 14th century as observers to their experiences in the time camps. 

This time around both Shamira and Lincoln have their own love interest.  Hansum is the one left pining for the love that he lost and hopes to regain. He  must face many obstacles and challenges to regain the love that he lost.

Lory S. Kaufman weaves an intricate plot that is easy to follow.  I am once again amazed at this depth of planning and executing his story.  His book will definitely make you think.

This book is not stand alone.  To fully appreciate the plot and not get lost, the first two books would be particularly helpful.

About Lory S. Kaufman 

"I write Post-Dystopian fiction. After society’s collapse, which is imagined in so many great dystopian stories, humans will either fade into history, with the dinosaurs, or, if it learns the right lessons, society will go on to construct a civilization to last tens of thousands of years. History Camp stories are the exciting adventures of young people doing the latter." -Lory Kaufman 

On the artistic side of my career, I've written, acted and directed children’s theatre and musical theatre. I enjoy art, especially sculpture. I love science fiction and historical fiction and have been deeply involved in the green movement all across North America. I think all these thing show through when you read my work. I have three grown children and work and live in Kingston, Canada.

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