Timekeeper

Timekeeper When Philip Walker appears as a new student in Michele Windsor s high school class she is floored He is the love she thought she lost forever when they said goodbye during her time travels last centu

  • Title: Timekeeper
  • Author: Alexandra Monir
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 163
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When Philip Walker appears as a new student in Michele Windsor s high school class, she is floored He is the love she thought she lost forever when they said goodbye during her time travels last century Overjoyed that they can resume the relationship they had a lifetime ago, Michele eagerly approaches him and discovers the unthinkable he doesn t remember her In fact, hWhen Philip Walker appears as a new student in Michele Windsor s high school class, she is floored He is the love she thought she lost forever when they said goodbye during her time travels last century Overjoyed that they can resume the relationship they had a lifetime ago, Michele eagerly approaches him and discovers the unthinkable he doesn t remember her In fact, he doesn t seem to remember anything about the Philip Walker of 1910.Michele then finds her father s journals, which tell stories of his time traveling past As she digs deeper, she learns about his entanglement with a mysterious and powerful organization called the Time Society and his dealings with a vengeful Windsor ancestor Michele soon finds herself at the center of a rift over 120 years in the making, one whose resolution will have life or death consequences.Alexandra Monir s Timekeeper combines breathtaking romance with a tale of complex magic in a sequel that will have every reader believing in the transcendent power of love.
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    • Amy says:

      I want MORE PHILIP!

    • Cait says:

      Timeless left me breathless, touched, and enamored with this series. I mean after the cliffhanger that literally had me bugging out and almost gave me a heart attack, who wouldn't!? I need to know what happens to one of my favorite male love-interests, Phillip, noww! But, of course, as it is with all of the books I love to death, it takes over a year for her to publish :( Please, Monir, let it come out sooner! Please! You can't leave us hanging out to dry for this long! This is like a slow, very [...]

    • Ariana says:

      Oh dear. I can't find my words.I've waited for this book for so long, wishing for it to be mind-blowing, full of twits and mystery and magical history and so I got to read it and then I hate myself for not loving this book, I hate myself for setting up such high expectations - that's the perfect recipe for disappointment! But truth being told I felt that there was noting really new to it, or very exciting, or extremely romantic *sigh*If you've been following my reviews you should easily make [...]

    • Anastasia シ says:

      Posted a review on my blog

    • Meret Punk says:

      4 stars❤Phillip is baaack!!I enjoyed this book so much :') It is such a beautiful book❤Michele's dad's journals were one of the best things in this bookThey broke my heart💔Im not really sure I liked the ending thoughBut I loved this book❤

    • Catalina Velez says:

      I can't wait for timeless 2, the timekeeper!!! I just want to see the cover and the plot :)

    • Colleen Houck says:

      I was asked to blurb this book so here is the official blurb.Alexandra Monir’s gift for description has wrought me a gift—a book reminiscent of Somewhere in Time. I pined for the wandering hero, got lost amidst the New York glitter and opulence, and impatiently read on, hoping the lost lovers would reunite. TIMEKEEPER is a haunting, mysterious dream of an era gone by. A book you don’t want to miss!

    • Mitch says:

      Writing this review is painful not only because I have to confess I read (and loved) the first book, Timeless, but also because I don't feel Timekeeper is nearly as good in comparison. For fans of Michele and Phillip, yeah, there's a happy ending, but they're not the reason Timeless was such a great book for me. No, what I loved was the historical aspect - because there was just something magical about the way Alexandra Monir handled Michele's story as she explores a century's worth of her famil [...]

    • Rika - (The Unpretentious Reader) says:

      “The Natural Timeline is another word for Fate. This is life without the interference of time travelers; where Timekeepers may observe events out of sequence on the Natural Timeline, but they do not affect it.If a Timekeeper does somehow effect change, have they altered Fate? Or did Fate intend on the Timekeeper’s actions all along?This question is still up for debate –though I have to admit, my belief leans toward the latter.”ME TOO!!There’s nothing better than to identify with an aut [...]

    • OpenBookSociety.com says:

      Brought to you by OBS reviewer Dawn*Beware of possible Spoilers*I rarely give 5 star reviews. I don’t come across many books that merit it. I loved Timeless, the first book in the series.I recently finished Secrets of the Time Society (novella). Alexandra Monir is a damn good writer – and that is the best way to say it.Monir begins by giving a short recap. It’s been a while since I read Timeless and I needed the refresher. I appreciated that it wasn’t an information dump. She seamlessly [...]

    • Karla says:

      Michele Windsor feels the luckiest girl in the world when Philip Walker appears in her 2010 life, and understandingly, assumes that they'll resume their relationship. Wrong! And to make matters worse, there's someone lurking in the shadowsThere are few sequels that are as good as its predecessors, and "Timekeeper" is one of them. After reading some disappointing sequels, it's a relief to find that the sequel to the guilty pleasure that was "Timeless" keeps its promise of romance without forgetti [...]

    • Keertana says:

      Rating: 2.5 Stars When I give a book three stars, it simply means indifference; I enjoyed it, but ultimately, it is a forgettable read. Thus, I am unable to remember why I picked up Timekeeper in the first place when its predecessor, Timeless, was equally as unremarkable for me. I suspect it has something to do with that cliffhanger ending and possibly my thirst for more historical fiction in YA. Whatever it may be, I read Timekeeper in a matter of hours, skimming through this short story and en [...]

    • Rashika (is tired) says:

      I have terrible luck, whenever I get excited for something it gets messed up. I wish I could say this book was amazing and that it was worth it but it wasn't. This book was disappointing. It was so disappointing that I feel like pretending that the first was a stand alone and that the ending never happened. Okay I may be overreacting according to some people but I am so disappointed it hurts. The author had two years to work on this and if this is what she came up with well I don't even know wha [...]

    • LailaBC says:

      I have been waiting for this sequel for forever and I'm imagining all this constant time travel of Michele and I am soooo happy that she and Philip finally find their way back to each other in her own time. I was quite horrified at first when Philip can't seem to recognize Michele the first time he saw her at school. And that evil Rebecca just give me the shivers! She was so consumed with her jealousy and hate and heartbreak that its no wonder she did what she did :( I feel that this story could [...]

    • Infinite Kaay says:

      ahhhh cant wait until this one comes out! philip!

    • Jessica says:

      I haven't read the first book in this series, but one look at this cover and I knew I couldn't wait to read this one. So I did!Philip walks into Michele's classroom and she's completely floored. Everything about Philip is exactly like the guy she fell in love with in the first book, right down to his name. The only problem? Philip lives in 1910 and it's 2010. How is it possible that Philip is here now? This new Philip has no idea who Michele is, which hurts her more than she could ever imagine. [...]

    • Emily Blake says:

      Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars*A copy was provided by Delacorte Press for review purposes*After reading the first book in this series, Timeless, I was pretty excited to find out how the love story of Michelle and Phillip would continue. Timeless left off on a bit of a cliffhanger, so I couldn’t wait to read the next book. And, in fact, I think that this book is actually better than Timeless. I felt like more happened in this book. It was a really good continuation to the series, and more complex t [...]

    • Parvathy says:

      I have to say Alexandra Monir's timeless was one of my favorite book of 2011. So my expectations relating to it's sequels was pretty much high. After reading the novella "Secrets of the Time Society" I knew what to expect. More time travel but this time, "time" is not the only villain. The author introduces a new evil into the timeless family (as if Michele and Philip were not star crossedenough).In "Timekeeper" you have Michele back in her real world trying to come to terms with the loss of Phi [...]

    • Jessie Potts says:

      What it's about: In the first book, Timeless, Michele travels back in time and falls in love with a man named Philip Walker. She thought they had forever said goodbye when she came back to her time period only to have him walk into her high school as a new student. The problem is that he doesn't remember who she is or anything about 1910. Michele begins to dig deeper into her and her father's past (also a time traveler) and discovers secrets and organizations, power plays, and a rift over 120 ye [...]

    • Pauline says:

      Yayyyy! Totally floored about the ending. Is this the final book of the series? I certainly hope not. I still want to see more adventures of Michele and Philip across time. Great twist in the story, by the way. Stories about time-crossed lovers and time traveling really piques my interest. I love the idea of loving a person from a different timeline/era and being able to conquer evil all at the same time, across centuries! The book also showed us the love of family and of friends. So glad that t [...]

    • Carmen says:

      AHHHHHHH!!!!! NO WAY. OMG. NO. WAY. IS THAT PHILLIP!!!!!!!!!!!! EEEEEEEEEEKKKKKKKKK!!!!Three words. LOVE. THE. COVERS. CAN'T WAIT TO READ THIS!!!! Going to be so interesting! I would love to see how this resolves with it still including time traveling.

    • Charlotte says:

      Can't wait wish it would come out sooner the 1st book was amazing I read it and still read It over and over again. The book made me cry at times and smile a lot.

    • Izzy says:

      I actually need to read this book. My heart just broke a little bit reading the synopsis but I also just want to read the book so much more. Please, pleaaaase can this have a happy ending?

    • Aqsa says:

      I AM GETTING THE BOOK FROM THE AUTHOR! :'DSo happy! WOOOHOOO! PHILLIP!!!! <3<3

    • Carmin says:

      I can't wait for this book ti come out!!!

    • ranne says:

      3.5/5 stars - is almost on par with book 1.

    • Is says:

      I want this book right now. For now I’ll settle for re-reading timeless over and over again,Oh and it makes me want to add all of you guys since you love timeless so muchWHAT DECEMBER?!UPDATE WILL BE LEFT THERE. REVIEW BELOW“Time and death are nothing but illusions.”Cover: I actually really love it. POV:Third. Past Tense. Michele, Irving, Philip.Rating:3.79 Stars.Waiting is something we all have to do for a series. Sometimes a yearlong wait for the sequel or for the trilogy to conclude. Th [...]

    • Stephanie says:

      Alexandra's Teaser for Timekeeper:What if I'm the only one who remembers?What if it's just me who feels the missing touch, hears the sound of laughter long gone, and sees the two of us in a forgotten New York? He looks through me, his expression unfazed and innocent--and it's that ambivalence that cuts like a knife. Could he be playing a roleor did he actually forget me?I can't look away from the nauseating scene-Philip at the lunch table beside the notoriously flirty Jessica Morgan, his unmista [...]

    • Maud says:

      I loved the first book in this duology, the second one was just okay for me.The thing that I didn't like (and is the reason why I will not give it any higher than 3 stars) is the romance in this book. It's obsessive, the songs that they write are extremely cheesy and it just doesn't feel as right as it did in the first book. The first book had so much charm, but I could not find it in this book. The love that felt so natural in book 1, was awkward in book 2. Phillip ignored Michele for so long a [...]

    • Pam says:

      GoodReads Synopsis: When Philip Walker appears as a new student in Michele Windsor's high school class, she is floored. He is the love she thought she lost forever when they said goodbye during her time travels last century. Overjoyed that they can resume the relationship they had a lifetime ago, Michele eagerly approaches him and discovers the unthinkable: he doesn't remember her. In fact, he doesn't seem to remember anything about the Philip Walker of 1910.Michele then finds her father's journ [...]

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