Out of Time: Tyneham Revisited



❮EPUB❯ ✹ Out of Time: Tyneham Revisited Author P.G. Glynn – E17streets4all.co.uk Two brides live side by side in Tyneham House, each in her own century Katharine, married to Arthur in , is freer to move through time than Catherine, who in is married to Jeremy So she can see, as i Two brides live side by side in Tyneham Time: Tyneham PDF/EPUB é House, each in her own century Katharine, married to Arthur in , is freer to Out of ePUB Æ move through time than Catherine, who inis married to Jeremy So she can see, as if they had already been, events that for Catherine of Time: Tyneham eBook ↠ are yet to be She warns of troubles ahead and her warning helps to prepare Catherine for a happening that will crucially change her life, along with the lives of all around her.Out of Time: Tyneham Revisited

PG Glynn lives in Totnes, Devon an ancient, Time: Tyneham PDF/EPUB é rather special town with cobbled streets and beautiful, historic buildings plus a surprising number of Out of ePUB Æ haunted pubs From her bedroom window she can see and be inspired by Mary Wesley s old homeMore distantly she can also see Dartmoor of Time: Tyneham eBook ↠ said to have been the inspiration for Conan Doyle s The Hound Of The Baskervilles and a short drive away is Greenways, Agatha Christie s holiday home overlooking the river Dart near Dartmouth These are just three of the authors drawn to this little corner of DevonPamela Glynn has written five novels and before embarking on these had success with short stories in magazines OUT OF TIME Tyneham Revisited set in the picturesque Purbeck village that died was published in hardback before finding its way into Kindle Direct formatBringing THE FOREIGNER to fruition has been the fulfilment of her long held dream, this being the fictionalized form of her beloved grandmother s life story And what an extraordinary life it was lived with passion through two world wars, as well as across several continents Pamela did not embark on this pleasurable task until after her grandmother s death and is convinced that she had help from beyond the grave How else to explain the foreign words that mysteriously popped into her head when she needed them and the fact that she re created life in a Czechoslovakian castle she had never visited so accurately that a cousin who grew up there described its accuracy as quite uncanny.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 218 pages
  • Out of Time: Tyneham Revisited
  • P.G. Glynn
  • English
  • 26 March 2019

10 thoughts on “Out of Time: Tyneham Revisited

  1. says:

    Out of Time Tyneham Revisited is a beautifully written story centering on a real place Tyneham, in Dorset Tyneham House , also known as The Great House was the home of the Bonds, whose lineage extended way back in time In this book, the actual family has been replaced by the Tices, a fictional family who must cope with the same difficulties the Bonds did Why did the author chose to fold fiction into the mix in her very accurate portrayal of Tyneham It is due to the slant which is taken, Out of Time Tyneham Revisited is a beautifully written story centering on a real place Tyneham, in Dorset Tyneham House , also known as The Great House was the home of the Bonds, whose lineage extended way back in time In this book, the actual family has been replaced by the Tices, a fictional family who must cope with the same difficulties the Bonds did Why did the author chose to fold fiction into the mix in her very accurate portrayal of Tyneham It is due to the slant which is taken, early on and throughout the book, which suggests how powerful love can be if it is seen as something which can overcome death and go forward It is suggested that love can be so strong that we might be reunited with our loved ones at certain times during our lives, and definitely after.The main character is Catherine, who marries into the Tice family The year is 1943 She has found Jeremy, her true soul mate Sadly her husband must leave for war She is left alone with his grandfather William, a wonderful kindly man When it is discovered that Jeremy has been killed during the war, she is bereft, although she feels that she met him the night of his death in their room, which is a comfort to her William suggests she paint a portrait of Jeremy, which she then begins to do Although she is not schooled in the art of portraiture, she has a natural talent for it.During this time, Catherine has also begun to make friends with a ghost whose life has an eerie parallel to hers Living in the same house, but in the era of Henry the Eighth 1543 , is Katharine, another young Tice wife She is waiting for Arthur, her husband, to return Katharine has some understanding of the future which Catherine does not, however the two Tice wives form a bond which reflects their similarities Catherine is pregnant with her son by Jeremy, and to pass the time she paints a portrait of Katharine, which she and William hang in the room where Katharine used to sit most often, while she was alive This book expresses a great sadness concerning war in general What it does to people, to villages, and to families is not overlooked Tyneham never recovered from the war and has now been abandoned It is terrible to learn, if you didn t already know, of the broken promises made by the government to the families of towns like Tyneham However Out of Time Tyneham Revisited also is a lovely to read if you love romances, and are willing to accept and look to the wonders of pure, true love and the power which it has.If you like beautiful descriptions of the amazing English countryside during different seasons, you will love this book, too The flowers, the views from the rocky coasts of the area, and the breathtaking beauty which has always been a part of this area are exquisitely depicted Somewhere the couples in Out of Time Tyneham Revisited have been reunited, whether still living or passed on through the veil This is a very wonderful and moving book

  2. says:

    I wrote this novel because of an extraordinary sequence of coincidences documented at the end of the book that made it impossible not to write it It felt in the end as if I were compelled to tell of broken promises in high places and of the circumstances that led to the death of a picturesque well loved village.As I can hardly review my own work, let me just show you the BOURNEMOUTH EVENING ECHO s review when OUT OF TIME was first published in hardback This novel about the Dorset ghost vi I wrote this novel because of an extraordinary sequence of coincidences documented at the end of the book that made it impossible not to write it It felt in the end as if I were compelled to tell of broken promises in high places and of the circumstances that led to the death of a picturesque well loved village.As I can hardly review my own work, let me just show you the BOURNEMOUTH EVENING ECHO s review when OUT OF TIME was first published in hardback This novel about the Dorset ghost village of Tyneham is a real surprise I had expected to find a gentle romantic tale in an idyllic setting full of British wartime stiff upper lips and all that sort of thing.Instead, the reader is bombarded by extremes of emotion, passion, exceptional attention to detail and the mysterious.It is an extremely ambitious novel, which is full of paradoxes.On one hand there is the incredible minutiae which gives the novel a very realistic base even detailing flowers that grew at the Elizabethan manor house in the village.This attention to detail is contrasted with a supernatural element concerning two brides living side by side , but centuries apart The novel deals with cosmic mind blowing concepts and universal truths in an accessible way It culminates with the evacuation of the Isle of Purbeck village, three days before Christmas in 1943.Anyone who has visited Tyneham will have experienced the peculiar atmosphere and sense of past events This novel draws upon such emotions in a clever way.I found it a pleasant and refreshing read The highest compliment I can pay is that it recreates the sights, smells and whole feel of the village in a mightily impressive way I even had goose pimples at one stage when an apparition appeared

  3. says:

    I received this book to give an honest review.I am never big on historical type books so when I read the blurb I was like ummm time traveling and some historical references I will probably be putting it down This was far from the case I was intrigued by the story line given and I found myself waiting with Catherine as she waiting for Katharine to appear I enjoyed how Catherine embraced the ghost of Katharine and didn t run She wanted to learnabout what is going on and how Katharine was I received this book to give an honest review.I am never big on historical type books so when I read the blurb I was like ummm time traveling and some historical references I will probably be putting it down This was far from the case I was intrigued by the story line given and I found myself waiting with Catherine as she waiting for Katharine to appear I enjoyed how Catherine embraced the ghost of Katharine and didn t run She wanted to learnabout what is going on and how Katharine was able to appear to her and so forth The author did great on capturing the love between Jeremy and Catherine that my heart broke when she learned of his death It is a love that is undying even in death I enjoyed as well the details that we in place of the Tyneham House it is like you can imagine being there It is one of those places that I would love to visit to really get a grasp as to the feelings that are within Now it does deal with a ghost but it is not a true ghost story where you are spooked and what not The ghost that Catherine of 1943 sees is Katharine of 1543 and the reason she now sees her is because of the heartache she has experienced because of the First World War They both have gone through heartache caused by a war and a king that they both can relate to each other in someway I did like how her husband s father William did not make her sound crazy but he went with the notion that she is able to talk to this ghost, because what Katharine has to tell them is stuff that will happen and it will not be pretty

  4. says:

    I recently visited Tyneham before reading this book and found the story evocative and in some way it complemented my own feelings about the village and its inhabitants pre and post 1943 A enjoyable read for someone whose heart belongs to Dorset.

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