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I give it five stars and gladly recommend it to everyone. View all 4 comments. Will be re-reading this one soon for NetGalley. I have good memories of it, which is why I requested it for review. I wonder if my opinion of it will change after 33 years? I'll let you know View all 3 comments. Jul 01, Jeanette rated it it was amazing. This is my favorite time travel book from over 50 plus years of compulsive reading.
And time travel in any genre is in my top three of preference scenarios. Along with immigrant stories and travelogue. Perhaps this one actually combines all three? Everytime I floss my teeth I think of this book. So many books written today that are classified historical fiction are, even when excellent, in some or most part of detail or thought patterns, revisionist to a 21st century value or agenda.
This one wasn' This is my favorite time travel book from over 50 plus years of compulsive reading. This one wasn't. And it was a superb story, as well. I can still remember the white paperback with the girl's face on the cover. Shared it with so many friends that it literally disintegrated.
One of the few books I have actually owned was "used up". I rejoice to see that it was published again in View all 7 comments. Nov 09, Shannon rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , time-travel , read-again. I absolutely love this book! I re-read it about once a month. I came upon it by accident when I was at my local library years ago. The spine of the hardcover edition caught my eye.
I pulled the book down and read the summary and was instantly hooked. I checked it out and by the time I reached chapter 20 I was on amazon ordering a copy for myself. Another perk of the book for me was that its dealt with history and time travel, both massive inte I absolutely love this book!
Another perk of the book for me was that its dealt with history and time travel, both massive interests of mine. It also made me think of what it would be like for myself to be in either Shay or Brandy's position, or even Rachael. I really enjoy books that make you contemplate and access your own life and this book does it very well. I highly recommend it. It's a fast read, each time I read it, I can finish half the book in a few hours. Apr 16, Karen Witzler rated it liked it Shelves: romance-western-horror-miscellany.
Remembered and was describing the plot of this odd supernatural thriller from to my daughter while discussing the new Studio Ghibli movie about Marnie.
Apr 24, Lisa rated it it was ok Shelves: booksburgh. This was an interesting time travel book, with grandmother and granddaughter switching bodies on the eve of their weddings. Learning about Colorado in the early s was educational. Rather than choosing to go back and forth with Shay and Brandy, most of the book is about Shay in Brandy's body, with a brief interlude with Rachel as the focus. The flow was further interrupted for me by the way Millhiser felt she had to constantly remind us that it was Shay in Brandy's body or vice versa.
It woul This was an interesting time travel book, with grandmother and granddaughter switching bodies on the eve of their weddings. It would have been ok to do this at the beginning, but she stuck with it all the way through which almost felt insulting , writing things like, "Shay bit Brandy's lip," or "Shay brought Brandy to her feet My book club agreed the Shay as Brandy part was more fun to read; then it felt like the author got tired and gave up.
I wanted to keep reading to see what happened. This Lisa as Reader is glad there's no such evil mirror in her house. May 29, Vicki rated it it was amazing Shelves: time-travel. This was the first time travel book I read as a young woman. It touched me in such a strong way. To see that a life could be lived that belonged to your own grandmother was just amazing to me.
I always wanted to live in the time period of my grandmother, so I could see how uncomfortably strangely fascinating that would be.
I need to read this again to remember the excellency of it all. I do remember the feelings it evoked, if not every word that was written.
Nov 13, Jen rated it did not like it. One and a half stars because the first third of the book with Shay as Brandy wasn't so horrible. However, this book is random and nonsensical. The conversations did not flow logically most of the time and the story was very uneven. I still don't understand what the point of this book is or what we are supposed to take away from this. I don't see where the characters did anymore than resign themselves to their fate.
The characters behaved in such odd ways, and there was no character development. They just went about until they realized their fate and resigned themselves to it. I felt little to no connection with any of them and everything felt very two dimensional to me. The story jumped so much from person-to-person while randomly skipping time and then other times spending way too much time on a plot that went nowhere. What was the point of Mr.
The author spends so much time on that storyline but to no real end? Like what purpose did it serve? The story seemed to be building up to something and then was just dropped and the rest of her life is just a skim through.
I kept waiting for him to serve a bigger purpose, like having her fall in love with him, jeopardizing her own future Why not spend that time on the actual part of Brandy's life that produced her family? On falling in love with the Grandpa? Which was another thing, until she married him, the story made him seem like a skeevy, shady outlaw.
Also, was anyone else bothered by the fact that she had sex with her grandpa??! Granted, maybe she felt it necessary to play it out, but it's not even mentioned as a concern I won't even go into Brandy as Shay. There was no logic into her actions and her thought process made no sense, nor did her ending.
It was just random things happening for no purpose. Beyond that, the story made both worlds seem depressing and I felt as stuck as the characters did. Don't recommend to anyone. This is a touch too gothic for my taste, and the cursed mirror feels like something straight out of an episode of Supernatural , but I very much enjoyed the stories of the women displaced in time.
On the night before her wedding in Colorado in , yr-old Shay looks into the mirror and is instantly transported back in time, into the body of her own grandmother Brandy, aged 20, on the eve of her own wedding in The bridegroom she's presented to the next morning, however, does not look like This is a touch too gothic for my taste, and the cursed mirror feels like something straight out of an episode of Supernatural , but I very much enjoyed the stories of the women displaced in time.
The bridegroom she's presented to the next morning, however, does not look like the man in her grandmother's wedding photo which had always hung in her childhood home. That's a nice little mystery to add on top of her struggles to cope with her situation. Later in the book, we find that Brandy has been simultaneously transferred into Shay's body in I liked the way the displaced women never quite accept ownership of the bodies they are living in: Shay speaks of moving and feeding Brandy's body.
Jun 28, Sonia rated it really liked it Shelves: df-fallreading-challenge. I wasn't sure at the onset that I would be as crazy about this book as so many female readers before me have been, but this book really quite surprised me. Two women on the cusp of their pending nuptials, both 20 years old, find themselves looking into an old wedding mirror that has been handed down in their family through many generations. Suddenly Brandy McCabe finds herself trapped in the pregnant body of her granddaughter Shay Garret and Shay finds herself, likewise, trapped in the body of he I wasn't sure at the onset that I would be as crazy about this book as so many female readers before me have been, but this book really quite surprised me.
Suddenly Brandy McCabe finds herself trapped in the pregnant body of her granddaughter Shay Garret and Shay finds herself, likewise, trapped in the body of her grandmother, desperately trying to follow the course of a family history in which she knows most of the possible outcomes. I definitely preferred the section of the book that focused on Shay's travel back in time to the life of her grandmother Brandy. And for the record, I'm not certain that I have ever encountered a male literary character that I enjoyed quite so much as Hutch Maddon Mr.
Darcy now robbed of his gold medallion and sporting a slightly less illustrious silver. This is really a touching and beautiful book. Truly memorable. Mar 22, Robin rated it it was amazing. I just finished this book again for the third time. I always remember that Shay and her Grandmother look into a mirror at the same time the night before their wedding days. Shay Brandy They switch bodies and live out each other's lives and have little episode where they can see what each is doing at random times, but I ALWAYS forget the wonderful story details.
I'm glad I own this book. I would recommend it for everyone. I just love it. Jan 29, Jackie forrestal rated it it was amazing. This is a book I remember reading when I was a young girl.
I loved the book then and just recently wanted to get it for my children to read. It's one you can't put down, I'm not much for fantasy books but this one was a wonderful one.
I think everyone needs to read this, I know I'm going to go out and get it tomorrow May 24, Mary Biblophile rated it it was amazing Shelves: horror-supernatural , in-my-collection. One of my all-time favorite books that I first read as young woman. The story of a young woman who on the eve of her wedding views herself in an old antique mirror and suddenly finds herself in the body of her grandmother. A hard to put down read as it captures your imagination and sometimes boggles your mind.
A must read for those who love the unusual. Jan 04, Kerri rated it it was amazing Shelves: romance , favorite. This is a time-travel romance that I read as a teenager that I re-read every chance I get. The story revolves around the granddaughter switching places with her grandmother on the eve on her wedding Jul 28, Shari rated it it was amazing Shelves: sci-fi-fantasy , time-travel , favorite , I really loved this book.
Recommended by both my mother and Alison Thurman. I can't recommend this book enough! Time travel book; two women switch places. Readers also enjoyed. Science Fiction. About Marlys Millhiser. Marlys Millhiser. Marlys Millhiser is an American author of fifteen mysteries and horror novels. Born in Charles City, Iowa, Millhiser originally worked as a high school teacher. She has served as a regional vice president of the Mystery Writers of America and is best known for her novel The Mirror and for the Charlie Greene Mysteries.
Millhiser lived in Boulder, Colorado. Books by Marlys Millhiser. Listen up, because our colleagues here at Goodreads have some excellent audiobook recommendations for you! Of course, the books they've Read more Trivia About The Mirror. Quotes from The Mirror. I wonder if you men don't trump up all that religious stuff to keep women in line. Welcome back. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
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