2021 Top Time-Slip Novels

Do you want to slip away to another time? Or prefer the present? Or both? Fortunately, there was no shortage of stories that allowed readers to do just that! Here are our top picks!

The Secret Keepers of Old Depot Grocery by Amanda Cox

Amanda Cox shows how secrets tear a family down instead of keeping it secure. Told from two point of views at different times, this story is sure to be a repeat read for many!

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The Nature of Small Birds by Susie Finkbeiner

What’s better than a time slip with set in two time periods? One set in three time periods! This masterful work is told from three different viewpoints spanning decades apart and the central character isn’t any of the POVs!

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On the Cliffs of Foxglove Manor by Jaime Jo Wright

Jaime Jo Wright will probably always make the top of our list with her writing that is both dark, yet enlightening. She always manages to weave two seemingly separate storylines into one that readers will be tearing up the pages to discover the connection!

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The Orchard House by Heidi Chiavaroli

Not only is this a great story about Louise May Alcott, but another time slip set in three periods. The author paid so much detail to the time periods that I felt like I was back in high school during the 90s. With great character development, we would love to see a continuation of this.

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The English Wife by Adrienne Chin

Set in Newfoundland in both current day and September 11, 2001, this story shows why secrets are a dangerous thing. This book manages to truly come full circle.

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