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When Time Sleeps-bookcover

By: Anne Keens

When Time Sleeps

Pages: 212 Ratings: 5.0
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Now in her late forties, Ann has everything to live for. Her children are independent and both she and her husband are at the peak of their professions. Ann tells her story of the emotional journey, at a period in her life when circumstances begin to change and become out of her control. Sometimes in a confused state, she experiences happy thoughts and feelings of past times which mingle with the darker and depressing moods of the present time. How real are the spectral ghostly images that appear to her? What messages are they trying to pass over? Is she to be believed or is it her cruel and tortured mind that now plays games on her?

This novel was written as pure fiction; however, since its completion, some aspects have sadly come true.

Anne Keens was born in Surrey. From a young age, she had one ambition and this was fulfilled when she trained to become a nurse. After meeting her future husband in Surrey, she then moved with him to his home county of Dorset. Life here revolved around raising her young family and furthering her nursing career. Now with over thirty-five years of nursing experience, Anne is enjoying retirement.

It was a newly found hobby to try creative writing. When Time Sleeps is her first novel.

Customer Reviews
3 reviews
3 reviews
  • Ed Johnson

    Different, intriguing and interesting. A great first novel!

  • Dawn Butler

    A beautifully written story about a middle aged woman dealing with the diagnosis and side effects of cancer and treatments.
    Every emotion is explored in this novel and shows the love and support of her family and friends.
    As a reader, I laughed and I cried and felt a warm sense of peace at the end.

  • Michele

    I couldn't put this book down as I wanted to know how the story unfolded....
    This is an imaginative and sensitive tale about the realities of life and death, written with authentic personal perspective on its events. It presents a good blend of fiction and fact in telling the story of a family over generations, of love and loss, of intrigue and coincidence.

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