Wednesday, February 24, 2016
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Publication Date: April 15, 2016
eBook & Paperback; 275 Pages
Natasha Delancourt, the Editor-in-Chief of a large publishing company, wakes up the morning after Halloween with a massive hangover. She also has a huge problem when a compromising photo of her from the night before went viral. Advised by her company PR to get out of London and turn off her phone, she takes the train to Cambridge for a weekend of self-imposed quiet reflection. Determined to figure out how her life has gone so sideways, and how she can start fresh, she makes an afternoon pilgrimage to Evensong service at King’s College, an ancient chapel in the heart of Cambridge. Then things get strange. Really strange. Feeling moved by the music and surroundings, she closes her eyes in quiet meditation, and then the world gets dark. She wakes up in the same place, but a very different time….
“…one of the most enjoyable debut novels I’ve read in a long time, with a knack for plot that doesn’t necessarily come easily for nonfiction writers.” -Joy Hoppenot
Passionate about the space where history, music, and travel meet, Heather Teysko is known for her popular podcast, The Renaissance English History Podcast. She lives in Spain where she writes and chases stories about history and choral music. She can be found at http://www.englandcast.com and http://www.heatherteysko.com. You can also follow Heather on her Blog, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Amazon.