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Favorite Time Travel Novels

Happy Monday Everyone :)


I hope you all had a great weekend, and I want to thank you all for joining me today on The Preppy Book Princess.


I've mentioned quite a few times before on my blog that I'm a huge fan of time travel novels. There's just something so mysterious and compelling about a book that focuses around time travel, and I've read quite a few of these type of novels over the last few years.


I participated in a Top 5 Wednesday topic a couple of years ago on my favorite time travel novels, which you can find here. However, I haven't ever done a recommendations post on this topic besides that, and so today I decided it's definitely time to rectify that.

So without further adieu, here's some more of my all time favorite time travel novels:

Waterfall by Lisa T Bergen:



Waterfall is a book I've only read recently, but it's already become a new favorite of mine. I love the story, the setting of medieval Italy, the swoon worthy romance, the strong heroine, and the numerous well developed secondary characters. However, I was also really intrigued by this book being one of very few inspirational time travel novels I've ever discovered. I seriously love this novel, and so far the rest of the series has definitely become a favorite as well. You can read my full review here. 


My Super Sweet Sixteenth Century series by Rachel Harris:



I really enjoyed all three books in this contemporary series by Rachel Harris, and it's one that I've recommended to my book friends quite a few times. The setting was vividly described, the character's were all adorable and I enjoyed reading about their journeys of self discovery along the way. As well, nobody can write adorable ya romances the way that Rachel Harris can, and if you're a fellow contemporary lover, then I highly recommend this trilogy. You can read my review of the third book here. 


Waking In Time by Angie Stanton:



Waking In Time was such a different novel from Angie's usual writing, and it's for sure my favorite book by her to date. I enjoyed how not only does the time travel element play the main focus of the book, but also how the time travel is connected with Abbi going through a journey to discover more about the secrets no one ever knew her grandmother was keeping while she was alive. I loved this book when I read it for the first time, and I definitely think I'm going to have to read it again really soon. You can find my full review of it here. 


 Summer of Yesterday by Gaby Triana:





It probably comes as no surprise to anyone that I definitely had to include this amazing story that I read for the first time in 2017. On top of Summer of Yesterday being about time travel, it's also about Disney World of yesteryear!!! I mean guys that alone would make this book amazing in my eyes, but the writing is beautiful, the romance is passionate and swoon worthy, the ending was heart warming, and the characters were authentic and were definitely easy to relate to. I haven't heard much buzz about this book from most people, and it's definitely buzz worthy. I can't recommend this lovely novel enough, and you can read my full review of it here. 


The Afterlife of Holly Chase by Cynthia Hand:



This one might seem like a strange addition to this list, but I mean time travel was such a quintessential part of A Christmas Carol that it definitely seems fitting to include this Christmas Carol ya spin off on my list. On top of this being a retelling of one of my all time favorite Christmas stories, I really enjoyed the writing style, the character's growth over the course of the novel, the amazing cast of secondary characters, and the way it ended in a way that totally blew my mind. You can also read my full review of this one here. 


And those are my picks for some of my favorite time travel novels. Obviously, I have a ton of favorites within this genre, but I decided not to repeat mentioning any that I included in my original top 5 Wednesday post, and I also decided to hold some back so I can do another one of these posts in the hopefully near future. If any of you guys have read any of these, I'd love to hear what you thought of them, and if you have any additional time travel recommendations be sure and let me know!


Thanks so much for reading guys! I hope you all have a great rest of your day, and I'll see you all again on Wednesday :)

This is not a sponsored post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. The photos do not belong to me, and all rights to the respective owners. 

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