In Another Time

Jillian Cantor


In Another Time

In Another Time

  • Title: In Another Time
  • Author: Jillian Cantor
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  • A sweeping historical novel that spans Germany, England, and the United States and follows a young couple torn apart by circumstance leading up to World War II and the family secret that may prove to be the means for survival Love brought them together But only time can save them 1931, Germany Bookshop owner Max Beissinger meets Hanna Ginsberg, a budding concert violinis A sweeping historical novel that spans Germany, England, and the United States and follows a young couple torn apart by circumstance leading up to World War II and the family secret that may prove to be the means for survival Love brought them together But only time can save them 1931, Germany Bookshop owner Max Beissinger meets Hanna Ginsberg, a budding concert violinist, and immediately he feels a powerful chemistry between them It isn t long before they fall in love and begin making plans for the future As their love affair unfolds over the next five years, the climate drastically changes in Germany as Hitler comes to power Their love is tested with the new landscape and the realities of war, not the least of which is that Hanna is Jewish and Max is not But unbeknownst to Hanna is the fact that Max has a secret, which causes him to leave for months at a time a secret that Max is convinced will help him save Hanna if Germany becomes too dangerous for her because of her religion In 1946, Hanna Ginsberg awakens in a field outside of Berlin Disoriented and afraid, she has no memory of the past ten years and no idea what has happened to Max With no information as to Max s whereabouts or if he is even still alive she decides to move to London to live with her sister while she gets her bearings Even without an orchestra to play in, she throws herself completely into her music to keep alive her lifelong dream of becoming a concert violinist But the music also serves as a balm to heal her deeply wounded heart and she eventually gets the opening she long hoped for Even so, as the days, months, and years pass, taking her from London to Paris to Vienna to America, she continues to be haunted by her forgotten past, and the fate of the only man she has ever loved and cannot forget.Told in alternating viewpoints Max in the years leading up to WWII, and Hanna in the ten years after In Another Time is a beautiful novel about love and survival, passion and music, across time and continents Get A Copy Kindle Store StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Paperback, 336 pages Expected publication March 5th 2019 by Harper Perennial More Details Original Title In Another Time ISBN 0062863320 ISBN13 9780062863324 Edition Language English Other Editions 7 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Win a Copy of This Book In Another Time by Jillian Cantor Author Release date Mar 05, 2019 In 1931 Germany, Max Beissinger, the owner of a bookshop, and Hanna Ginsberg, a budding concert violinist, meet and fall in love Their story unfolds In 1931 Germany, Max Beissinger, the owner of a bookshop, and Hanna Ginsberg, a budding concert violinist, meet and fall in love Their story unfolds over the next five years, as everything in Germany changes with Hitler s rise to power, and their love is tested, faced with a changing landscape and the realities of war, not the least of which is that Hanna is Jewish and Max is not Max has a secret, too, causing him to leave Hanna for months at a time, and helping Max believe he will be able to save Hanna if things in Germany become too dangerous In 1946, Hanna Ginsberg awakens in a field outside of Berlin, with no memory of the past ten years and no idea what has happened to Max, not knowing his whereabouts or even if he s alive After moving to London to live with her sister, she slowly rebuilds her life and works to become the concert violinist she always dreamed she would be But as the years pass, and life, and her violin, take her from London to Paris to Vienna to America, she continues to be haunted by her forgotten past, and the fate of the man she loved.Unfolding in alternating stories Max in the years leading up to WWII, and Hanna in the ten years after In Another Time is a novel about love and survival, passion and music, across time and continents Enter Giveaway Format Print book

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2017 and I was really looking forward to seeing what she came up with next I m happy to say, the story of Hanna and Max is certainly different than any WWII story you ve seen before and still has the emotional resonance of Cantor s prior books as well as the signa Beautiful book, beautiful writing, beautiful characters, heartbreaking time in history No one tugs at my heartstrings than Jillian Cantor when she writes her WWII novels Last year, The Lost Letter was on my list of top books of 2017 and I was really looking forward to seeing what she came up with next I m happy to say, the story of Hanna and Max is certainly different than any WWII story you ve seen before and still has the emotional resonance of Cantor s prior books as well as the signature trademark of a well researched historical fiction novelist There were moments where I wanted to scream, I wanted to cry and I wanted to hug everyone involved For an author to elicit those emotions in me, I know a book has been a job well done Thank you to HarperCollins for an advance copy All opinions are my own flag 18 likesLike see review Sep 02, 2018 Chanel Cleeton rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves historical fiction Filled with haunting prose, rich historical detail, and an immersive setting, In Another Time is a spellbinding story about the power of love and the strength of the human spirit Moving and timely, Cantor s novel provides an unflinching and nuanced glimpse of life in pre war Berlin and a stark reminder of the personal cost of war and its aftermath A stunning, transporting novel flag 9 likesLike see review Oct 27, 2018 Betty rated it it was amazing Shelves harpercollins, jewish, tbi book club Jillian Cantor delivers another beautifully written, emotional story with her latest book IN ANOTHER TIME Cantor has the ability to take some small detail from the lives of Jews under the reign of Hitler and create a story that tugs at our hearts.Hanna Ginsberg loves nothing than playing her violin The music overtakes her and she plays with passion and fire One day in 1931 Max Beissinger is drawn to the beautiful music coming from the auditorium on campus at the university in Berlin He Jillian Cantor delivers another beautifully written, emotional story with her latest book IN ANOTHER TIME Cantor has the ability to take some small detail from the lives of Jews under the reign of Hitler and create a story that tugs at our hearts.Hanna Ginsberg loves nothing than playing her violin The music overtakes her and she plays with passion and fire One day in 1931 Max Beissinger is drawn to the beautiful music coming from the auditorium on campus at the university in Berlin He is immediately attracted to Hanna They begin seeing each other and soon are in love Hanna fills the emptiness Max has felt since the death of his father Max spends his days operating the small bookshop his father left to him and Hanna joins him in the evenings to play her violin But over the next few years Germany is changing and hatred for the Jews is bubbling to the surface While Max is not Jewish, Hanna is and he fears for her Like many Jews of that life, Hanna and her family refuse to believe that the Germany that has been their home will turn on them But Max has a secret, a secret that he believes will allow him to save Hanna when her life is endangered There is a hidden closet in the bookshop a closet like none other This closet holds the secret to saving Hanna But it must remain a secret because well, no one would believe him if he told them It is now 1946 and Hanna awakens in a field, clutching her violin She remembers being in Max s bookshop playing her violin She remembers the Nazi SA pounding on the door Max grabs her and pulls her toward the closet at the rear of the store and that is the last she remembers She is missing the memory of the past ten years and she has no idea what happened to Max All she knew is gone including the bookshop and Max She has no memory of the war How can this be And where is Max Life must go on so she relocates to live with her sister who now lives in London She loses herself in her music it is the only thing that can soothe the ache of losing Max.The book moves back and forth in time alternating between the perspective of Hannah after the war always missing Max and the perspective of Max before the war always seeking to save Hanna The love between Max and Hanna endures throughout the years each searching for the other The characters were so real that my heart ached for the lovers who were continually torn apart This is an emotional haunting story of love and self sacrifice throughout time and across continents It s a love that cannot be, yet cannot die The ending was heart wrenching and will linger with me for some time.Thank you to GalleyMatch and Harper Perennial for a review copy of this book flag 7 likesLike see review View 2 comments Sep 03, 2018 Sue rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves wwii, historical fiction This beautiful, well written novel is a look at Berlin before, during and after WWII I have read many WWII novels and this one looks at the effects of the war on the people of Germany from a completely different perspective It is well researched and so well written that the words just flow off the page Even though its a book about war the main theme is love love of music, love of family and friends but most importantly the love between two people.Max meets Hanna in 1931 when he hears her This beautiful, well written novel is a look at Berlin before, during and after WWII I have read many WWII novels and this one looks at the effects of the war on the people of Germany from a completely different perspective It is well researched and so well written that the words just flow off the page Even though its a book about war the main theme is love love of music, love of family and friends but most importantly the love between two people.Max meets Hanna in 1931 when he hears her playing the violin at university in Berlin and is immediately interested in her His life has been very lonely since his father died and left him a small bookstore that is barely making ends meet Hanna is working very hard to become a concert violinist They fall in love but life in Germany is rapidly changing and it becomes forbidden for them to be a couple because Hanna is Jewish Max has a secret way that he can save Hanna but is unwilling to share it because he is afraid that she will think he s crazy Jump ahead 10 years and Hanna wakes up in a field totally unaware of where she is or where she has been for the last 10 years She wants to go back to the bookstore to find Max but the bookstore is gone and so is Max As she continues to think about Max in the coming years, will her music be able to keep her memories from destroying her Will she ever see Max again Be prepared when you start reading this book as it s a very emotional journey I loved Max and Hanna and wanted them to be together, I hated what happened to separate them and I cried with them during the good times and the bad This is another beautiful book by Jillian Cantor and I highly recommend it.Thanks to the publisher for a copy of this book to read and review All opinions are my own flag 7 likesLike see review View 2 comments Sep 16, 2018 Vlorini rated it it was amazing review of another edition Thank you Jillian Cantor for this beautiful and haunting book I will remember the quote from your Author s Notes, No matter what happens in the world, we will still have this beautiful music flag 5 likesLike see review Jan 08, 2019 Linda Zagon rated it it was amazing review of another edition Lindas Book Obsession Reviews In Another Time by Jillian Cantor, HarperPerennial, March 2019Jillian Cantor, Author of In Another Time has written an intense, captivating, emotional, intriguing, enthralling, poignant, and beautifully written novel The Genres for this novel are Historical Fiction, Fiction, Romance, and a little Science Fiction with Time Travel The timeline for this story is between 1931 and 1946 The timeline does go to the past or future when it pertains to the characters o Lindas Book Obsession Reviews In Another Time by Jillian Cantor, HarperPerennial, March 2019Jillian Cantor, Author of In Another Time has written an intense, captivating, emotional, intriguing, enthralling, poignant, and beautifully written novel The Genres for this novel are Historical Fiction, Fiction, Romance, and a little Science Fiction with Time Travel The timeline for this story is between 1931 and 1946 The timeline does go to the past or future when it pertains to the characters or events in the story The author describes her interesting characters as complex and complicated In this novel, Jillian Cantor has layered a story with love, war, music, books, family, loss and hope.Max Beissenger, a book store owner first meets Hanna Ginsberg, a talented concert violinist in 1931 Max is immediately drawn to Hanna, and feels her music can be compared to fire and passion The two are like magnets and are attracted to one another As time goes on in Germany, it becomes apparent that Hanna is in grave danger, because she is Jewish.Max has a secret special closet in his store and home, and he is certain no one could possible understand what it means Max leaves for months at a time, and is convinced that he can save Hanna.With Hitler in power, Germany is a devastating place for any Jew In 1946, Hanna finds herself in Berlin near a church She has no memories of the last ten years The amazing thing is that Hanna does have the memory to play the violin as well as before What has happened in the last ten years What has happened to Max I highly recommend this amazing novel to readers who enjoy a thought provoking and well written story I received an ARC from Edelweiss for my honest review flag 3 likesLike see review Nov 21, 2018 Lynn Pernezny rated it it was amazing review of another edition As usual, I m drawn to novels that feature musicians as main characters, so In Another Time was a book I went into with a positive attitude Once I started, I could not stop reading The combination of an interesting story and beautiful writing made the book difficult to put down.Hanna Ginsburg is an aspiring young Jewish violinist in 1930 s Germany who falls is love with Max, who is not Jewish Hanna wakes in a field in 1946 with no recollection of the previous 10 years Chapters alternate befo As usual, I m drawn to novels that feature musicians as main characters, so In Another Time was a book I went into with a positive attitude Once I started, I could not stop reading The combination of an interesting story and beautiful writing made the book difficult to put down.Hanna Ginsburg is an aspiring young Jewish violinist in 1930 s Germany who falls is love with Max, who is not Jewish Hanna wakes in a field in 1946 with no recollection of the previous 10 years Chapters alternate before and after the war, with the later time period from Hanna s perspective in first person The chapters that take place as the Nazis come to power are chilling, as we see, in hindsight, the hints of what was to come and the parallels to the rise of anti Semitism in recent times The post war story is also poignant, as Hanna reclaims her life, her memory, and eventually her love The ending is bittersweet, but very fitting.There are some plot threads that hang, and there is an underdeveloped element of time travel that added a considerable twist This author is new to me, and, based on reading this, I will be looking for other of her works.Thanks to Harper Collins for the opportunity to read and review this book flag 3 likesLike see review Sep 22, 2018 Suzanne rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves fiction, first reads, historical, holocaust, time travel Exceptionally well done tale grappling with all of the issues around the Third Reich and everyday German complicity For readers who have fantasized repeatedly about how time travel might have changed the outcome of WWII for even one person, this tale handles the dilemma with amazing skill and a surprising twist I never saw coming The book combines romance, family drama, historical fiction and mystery into a tale that is impossible to stop reading after the first page I loved this book I rece Exceptionally well done tale grappling with all of the issues around the Third Reich and everyday German complicity For readers who have fantasized repeatedly about how time travel might have changed the outcome of WWII for even one person, this tale handles the dilemma with amazing skill and a surprising twist I never saw coming The book combines romance, family drama, historical fiction and mystery into a tale that is impossible to stop reading after the first page I loved this book I received my copy from the publisher through edelweiss flag 3 likesLike see review Oct 30, 2018 Jenny rated it it was amazing Shelves arc, historical, wwii related, unputdownable I would tell everyone they need to rush out and read this book but you can t since it s an ARC It doesn t release until March 2019 But trust me, you ll want to pre order this book I would have read this book in one sitting but I was recovering from a road trip and needed to catch up on my sleep I really did make an excuse to just hang out in my room and finish the book.I received an Advance Review Copy of this book All opinions are my own flag 3 likesLike see review Jan 30, 2019 Christine Moore rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves edelweiss, ninja Max is on his college campus when he hears the most beautiful music He finds Hanna and her violin They begin their love affair The year is 1931 and they are in Germany and Hanna is Jewish This love story is told by Max and Hanna Max s chapters are leading up to the war and Hanna s chapters are 10 years after the war This is an amazingly written love story that has you involved so much that you can t put the book down The characters are so real and you feel everything they feel The descri Max is on his college campus when he hears the most beautiful music He finds Hanna and her violin They begin their love affair The year is 1931 and they are in Germany and Hanna is Jewish This love story is told by Max and Hanna Max s chapters are leading up to the war and Hanna s chapters are 10 years after the war This is an amazingly written love story that has you involved so much that you can t put the book down The characters are so real and you feel everything they feel The descriptions of the scenery and what is going on in the world have you right there with Max and Hanna This is a love story written in a terrible time in our history I received an advanced readers copy All opinions are my own flag 2 likesLike see review Dec 21, 2018 Pam rated it really liked it review of another edition Thank you to the author s publicist for a digital ARC Put this one on your March 2019 TBR I am not a huge WW2 or 1 historical fiction fan Maybe it hits too close to home But this was a unique and engaging read with a plot twist I hadn t expected, yet it s what distinguishes this story from so many others This love story is told before the war from his perspective and after from hers Aside from the love story, I enjoyed the story of the Hanna s pursuit of her music career This was my fir Thank you to the author s publicist for a digital ARC Put this one on your March 2019 TBR I am not a huge WW2 or 1 historical fiction fan Maybe it hits too close to home But this was a unique and engaging read with a plot twist I hadn t expected, yet it s what distinguishes this story from so many others This love story is told before the war from his perspective and after from hers Aside from the love story, I enjoyed the story of the Hanna s pursuit of her music career This was my first book by this author I look forward to reading of her work Highly recommend flag 2 likesLike see review Jan 22, 2019 Valerie rated it really liked it review of another edition Do you know that feeling you get after a summer morning rain shower when everything smells fresh, new and exciting That s how I felt when I read In another time by Jillian Cantor Historical fiction is my favorite genre and Jillian Cantor gave me another hopeful look into histories dark past, with possibilities nobody could dream of History, love story, music and the magic of another time, well worth the read and a exciting ride into your imagination Definitely a LibraryReads winner 4 Do you know that feeling you get after a summer morning rain shower when everything smells fresh, new and exciting That s how I felt when I read In another time by Jillian Cantor Historical fiction is my favorite genre and Jillian Cantor gave me another hopeful look into histories dark past, with possibilities nobody could dream of History, love story, music and the magic of another time, well worth the read and a exciting ride into your imagination Definitely a LibraryReads winner 4 stars for enjoyment flag 2 likesLike see review Jan 17, 2019 Kim McGee rated it really liked it review of another edition Beautifully written story of star crossed lovers in WWII Germany Elise is a concert violinist but being a woman and a Jew prevents her from finding her place in the stage spotlight and realizing her dream She falls in love with Max, a gentile bookstore owner with a secret You know from the start that they are doomed but you keep wanting there to be a way for them to be together The book jumps between Max and Elise s story and over a span of 10 years that Elise has blocked from her memory Th Beautifully written story of star crossed lovers in WWII Germany Elise is a concert violinist but being a woman and a Jew prevents her from finding her place in the stage spotlight and realizing her dream She falls in love with Max, a gentile bookstore owner with a secret You know from the start that they are doomed but you keep wanting there to be a way for them to be together The book jumps between Max and Elise s story and over a span of 10 years that Elise has blocked from her memory This is a solid historical novel with a slight twist of time travel and memory loss added in My thanks to the publisher for the advance copy flag 2 likesLike see review Nov 13, 2018 bookczuk rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves 2018 read, early review librarything, time travel reincarnation etc Interesting combo of time travel, music, the set up to WWII, and a love story.My thanks to LibraryThing s Early Reviewer program and the publisher for sending me my copy of the book flag 2 likesLike see review Jan 08, 2019 Good Book Fairy rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves 2019 4.5 flag 2 likesLike see review Nov 21, 2018 Margie Senechal rated it it was amazing review of another edition I couldn t put this one down I read it in between errands, chores, and conversations wishing and hoping for just a few moments to finish it off I ve read a ton of books this year and this is one of the few that captivated me from page one and didn t let me go until the end Twelve hours later and I m still thinking about it I doubt this will be one I ll forget anytime soon.Over the past couple of years I ve read a lot of WWII books, but usually they take place everywhere but in Germany I couldn t put this one down I read it in between errands, chores, and conversations wishing and hoping for just a few moments to finish it off I ve read a ton of books this year and this is one of the few that captivated me from page one and didn t let me go until the end Twelve hours later and I m still thinking about it I doubt this will be one I ll forget anytime soon.Over the past couple of years I ve read a lot of WWII books, but usually they take place everywhere but in Germany It was interesting and enlightening to read even in just snippets how Hitler claimed his power And how the love of country can overrule the facts of what you are witnessing I loved the characters so much Hanna for her strength, her passion, her utter belief in her talent, Max the kindest, best soul ever, Julia for finding herself and salvaging her friendship with her sister, and Moritz for simply being Moritz.I urge you to set a few hours aside, settle down, and spend some time In Another Time You won t be sorry.I received an ARC of this title All opinions are my own flag 2 likesLike see review Jan 24, 2019 Beth Loflin rated it liked it Shelves giveaway shelf There were so many great parts to this book Although it didn t have the happy ending I wanted, it had a great set of characters The book is centered around two young people that meet and fall in love during early WW2 She is Jewish, he is not There is a time traveling component that I was not expecting, so that may throw you around page 100 Stick with the story It can be a bit muddled with a love interest that Hanna finds and exactly when Max shows up and disappears and how all that works w There were so many great parts to this book Although it didn t have the happy ending I wanted, it had a great set of characters The book is centered around two young people that meet and fall in love during early WW2 She is Jewish, he is not There is a time traveling component that I was not expecting, so that may throw you around page 100 Stick with the story It can be a bit muddled with a love interest that Hanna finds and exactly when Max shows up and disappears and how all that works with the time travel It s a good read, so stick with it flag 1 likeLike see review Nov 11, 2018 Sherri Lewis rated it it was amazing review of another edition I received an advanced reader copy of this book from LibraryThing in exchange for my honest reviewThis book is told in alternating viewpoints and goes back forth between before and after World War II Hanna meets Max before the war and falls in love with him, but they have two things going against them Hanna s first love is her violin, and Hanna is Jewish and Max doesn t practice any religion I absolutely loved this book I wanted to see their relationship succeed and I wanted Ha I received an advanced reader copy of this book from LibraryThing in exchange for my honest reviewThis book is told in alternating viewpoints and goes back forth between before and after World War II Hanna meets Max before the war and falls in love with him, but they have two things going against them Hanna s first love is her violin, and Hanna is Jewish and Max doesn t practice any religion I absolutely loved this book I wanted to see their relationship succeed and I wanted Hanna to be able to have a permanent position with an orchestra The storyline kept me engrossed and I couldn t put the book down I highly recommend this book flag 1 likeLike see review Nov 09, 2018 Raha rated it liked it review of another edition I received this book through a Giveaway.This is a WWII novel with a bit of a twist It was a fast, pleasant enough read However, I would say that the characters were not super well developed and one of the major plot points was not fully explained to my taste either Also, reading this book after the newest Kate Morton made the simplicity of the language and writing in this book a bit jarring and obvious The writing here is not as eloquent or atmospheric, but not bad on its own I received this book through a Giveaway.This is a WWII novel with a bit of a twist It was a fast, pleasant enough read However, I would say that the characters were not super well developed and one of the major plot points was not fully explained to my taste either Also, reading this book after the newest Kate Morton made the simplicity of the language and writing in this book a bit jarring and obvious The writing here is not as eloquent or atmospheric, but not bad on its own flag Like see review Dec 01, 2018 Shirley Freeman added it review of another edition Time is very non linear in this multi dimensional love story Hanna s first, and perhaps strongest passion, is for her violin which she plays like fire Her dream, in 1930s Berlin, is to secure a seat in one of the great symphonies Max owns a bookshop with some unusual qualities Hanna is Jewish Max is not And life gets complicated The novel drew me in immediately with Hanna waking up in a field having no memory of how she got there and no idea of what was going on in the world Coming i Time is very non linear in this multi dimensional love story Hanna s first, and perhaps strongest passion, is for her violin which she plays like fire Her dream, in 1930s Berlin, is to secure a seat in one of the great symphonies Max owns a bookshop with some unusual qualities Hanna is Jewish Max is not And life gets complicated The novel drew me in immediately with Hanna waking up in a field having no memory of how she got there and no idea of what was going on in the world Coming in March 2019 flag Like see review Nov 14, 2018 Shannon rated it liked it review of another edition I received this book as a giveaway I actually finished a few daya ago, but I ve been having a hard time reviewing it without spoilers I never understand a review with spoilers While I enjoyed this book, it was much different than I anticipated For me, it was Max s story that I couldn t connect with It was wonderfully written, but not my favorite of hers I recommend reading for yourself though, because what I did not like I m sure others will love flag Like see review Dec 29, 2018 Jamckean rated it really liked it review of another edition I m a huge fan of Jillian Cantor and her latest another novel IN ANOTHER TIME did not disappoint In a market saturated with novels set during WWII she writes a wholly unique story, taking readers on a timeless journey from pre war Germany to London, Paris and finally America Cantor s prose celebrates love, music and perseverance flag Like see review Dec 02, 2018 Ms rated it really liked it review of another edition Enjoyable book that was a little romance, a little historical fiction, and a tiny bit fantasy There is no explanation ever given for the wormhole that Max is able to travel through, so it requires a little suspension of disbelief However, the characters relationship is so strong, and the book is so grounded in historical details, that the time travel aspect is not too distracting flag Like see review Dec 24, 2018 Bobbi rated it liked it An interesting twist, using time travel, and told in alternating viewpoints.My thanks to the publisher, the author, and Mary Sasso The novel will be available on March 19, 2019 flag Like see review Nov 19, 2018 Lorri added it review of another edition I received a copy of an uncorrected proof of this novel, through LibraryThing Early Reviewers I am still in the process of reading it.Update I have finished reading this enjoyable novel flag 1 likeLike see review Aug 07, 2018 Kristen Cook A Book Ninja rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves ninja review team, 2019 4.5Jillian Cantor once again brings us a beautiful historical fiction book This story is told by two POV in different years in different places In the first few chapters I had to really think and pay attention with the change for each chapter After these first few chapters, I was fine and really enjoyed the story Cantor has a way of bringing the reader in to the story and I was invested in the story I had to know what happened to Max and Hanna In my former life , I played in a symphony an 4.5Jillian Cantor once again brings us a beautiful historical fiction book This story is told by two POV in different years in different places In the first few chapters I had to really think and pay attention with the change for each chapter After these first few chapters, I was fine and really enjoyed the story Cantor has a way of bringing the reader in to the story and I was invested in the story I had to know what happened to Max and Hanna In my former life , I played in a symphony and really enjoyed the musical aspect of the story I received an ARC of this book All thoughts opinions are my own flag Like see review Shantel Bryan rated it liked it Jan 23, 2019 Katie rated it it was ok Jan 15, 2019 Sarah rated it really liked it Nov 07, 2018 previous 1 2 next new topicDiscuss This Book There are no discussion topics on this book yet Be the first to start one Share Recommend It Stats Recent Status Updates Readers Also Enjoyed


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    I am so happy to have received an advanced copy of IN ANOTHER TIME Mark your calendar for March 2019 this book is not to be missed Such a beautiful and haunting love story, with an intriguing mystery Cantor s writing is elegant and evocative, transporting readers to World War II Europe and the aftermath of the war with an unforgettable story and wonderful characters who readers won t forget anytime soon.

    Beautiful book, beautiful writing, beautiful characters, heartbreaking time in history No one tugs at my heartstrings than Jillian Cantor when she writes her WWII novels Last year, The Lost Letter was on my list of top books of 2017 and I was really looking forward to seeing what she came up with next I m happy to say, the story of Hanna and Max is certainly different than any WWII story you ve seen before and still has the emotional resonance of Cantor s prior books as well as the signa Beauti [...]

    Filled with haunting prose, rich historical detail, and an immersive setting, In Another Time is a spellbinding story about the power of love and the strength of the human spirit Moving and timely, Cantor s novel provides an unflinching and nuanced glimpse of life in pre war Berlin and a stark reminder of the personal cost of war and its aftermath A stunning, transporting novel.

    Jillian Cantor delivers another beautifully written, emotional story with her latest book IN ANOTHER TIME Cantor has the ability to take some small detail from the lives of Jews under the reign of Hitler and create a story that tugs at our hearts.Hanna Ginsberg loves nothing than playing her violin The music overtakes her and she plays with passion and fire One day in 1931 Max Beissinger is drawn to the beautiful music coming from the auditorium on campus at the university in Berlin He Jillian [...]

    This beautiful, well written novel is a look at Berlin before, during and after WWII I have read many WWII novels and this one looks at the effects of the war on the people of Germany from a completely different perspective It is well researched and so well written that the words just flow off the page Even though its a book about war the main theme is love love of music, love of family and friends but most importantly the love between two people.Max meets Hanna in 1931 when he hears her This be [...]

    Thank you Jillian Cantor for this beautiful and haunting book I will remember the quote from your Author s Notes, No matter what happens in the world, we will still have this beautiful music.

    Lindas Book Obsession Reviews In Another Time by Jillian Cantor, HarperPerennial, March 2019Jillian Cantor, Author of In Another Time has written an intense, captivating, emotional, intriguing, enthralling, poignant, and beautifully written novel The Genres for this novel are Historical Fiction, Fiction, Romance, and a little Science Fiction with Time Travel The timeline for this story is between 1931 and 1946 The timeline does go to the past or future when it pertains to the characters o Lindas [...]


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