A Different Day, A Different Destiny (The Snipesville Chronicles, Book 2)

A Different Day, A Different Destiny (The Snipesville Chronicles, Book 2) When You Wake Up In The Year 1851 On A Scottish HillsideOr In An English Coal MineOr On A Plantation In The Deep South, You Know You Re In For A Bad Day Nothing For Hannah And Alex Dias Has Been Normal Since They Moved From San Francisco To The Little Town Of Snipesville, Georgia Bad Enough That They And Their Dorky New Friend Brandon Became Reluctant Time Travellers To World War Two England Oh, Sure, They Made It Home Safely Just But Now Things Are About To Get Worse Much Worse From The Cotton Fields Of The Slave South To London S Glittering Crystal Palace, The Kids Chase A Lost Piece Of Twenty First Century Technology In The Mid Nineteenth Century But Finding It Is Only The Beginning Of What They Must Do To Heal Time.Praise For Annette Laing S Snipesville ChroniclesEngrossing First Novel We Eagerly Await Future Volumes Georgia Library Quarterly Brisk Storytelling, Likeable Characters, And A Great Plot Charlotte S LibraryDon T Know Where, Don T Know When Is An Enjoyable Treat Of A Novel Becky Laney, Becky S Book Reviews I Learned In This Extremely Entertaining 204 Page Book Than In My 900 Plus Page History Book And History Class Book Divas A Fun, Educational Mystery, This Story Does A Successful Job Of Bringing History Within Reach Allison Fraclose, Teens Read Too This Book Made Me Eager To Read The Rest In This Series Words By Annie A Good Mystery Keeps The Story Authentic And Engaging HomeSchoolBuzz.comPart Historical Fiction, Part Mystery, Part Modern Teen Lit, And Part Sci Fi, Laing Creates A Unique Storyline That Has Something For Everyone Lizzy Maupin, Booking It I won this book on Firstreads I really enjoyed this fun, quirky book As someone who thoroughly enjoys historical fiction, I had a feeling this book would be right up my alley, and it was As someone who has not read the first book in the series Don t Know Where, Don t Know When , I can say I still enjoyed this book.Three kids in present day Georgia are unwittingly sent back to 1851 Hannah, the spoiled teenage girl, finds herself in Scotland, and is forced to work in a mill Alex, Hannah s bro I won this book on Firstreads I really enjoyed this fun, quirky book As someone who thoroughly enjoys historical fiction, I had a feeling this book would be right up my alley, and it was As someone who has not read the first book in the series
Hannah, Alex and George are back in a second time traveling novel for kids, A Different Day, A Different Destiny by Annette Laing Readers first met the three in Don t Know Where, Don t Know When while they traveled from modern day Snipesville, Georgia, to World War I and World War II England This time they are headed even further back, to 1851, and all three land in different places.Alex stays in Georgi
I received this book for free through the First Reads program Hannah, Alex and Brandon take another trip through time, and end up scattered around in the nineteenth century 1851 to be exact With some rather strange visits from the Professor or the time travelling witch as Hannah refers to her and no mobile phones in sight, the children must learn to adapt to this old way of life if they want any chance of getting home I really enjoyed A Different Day, A Different Destiny I found it was ve I received this book for free through the First Reads program Hannah, Alex and Brandon take another trip through time, and end up scattered around in the nineteenth century 1851 to be exact With some rather strange visits from the Professor or the time travelling witch as Hannah refers to her and no mobile phones in sight, the children must learn to adapt to this old way of life if they want any chance of getting home I really enjoyed A Dif
A great book, even better than the first, although I d recommend reading that one before this because it bases heavily on that first volume. I am enjoying this series This book places the young teenage heroes Hannah, Alex, and Brandon in England in the Industrial Revolution timeframe Life is bleak unless you are of the upper crust of society But, it isn t all honey and roses for them either rigidly bound by societal conventions and expectations The threesome are separated at first, wit
Laing has done it again She s managed to cram a whole lot of information into an entertaining story with a bit of actual danger thrown in this time and created a dizzying web of characters connected to each other, the characters in the previous book, and Hannah, Brandon, and Alex s present day lives Some of these connections are pretty obvious the Gordons that Hannah lives with are the grandparents of Mr Gordon from the first book and a young girl in Balesworth who is the spitting image of Laing has done it again She s managed to cram a whole lot of information into an entertaining story with a bit of actual danger thrown in this time and created a dizzying web of characters connected to each other, the characters in the previous book, and Hannah, Brandon, and Alex s present day lives Some of these connections are pretty obvious the Gordons that Hannah lives with are the grandparents of Mr Gordon from the first book and a young girl in Balesworth who is the spitting image of Verity turns out to be her great grandma , but that certainly didn t detract from their stories And most of the connections I didn t see coming until the series of big reveals toward the end I think that s the most amazing thing about these books for me how s
I was very fortunate to win a copy of the Goodreads book, A Different Day, A Different Destiny The Snipesville Chronicles, Book 2.Although the book quickly drew me in, I think that it would have been an asset to have read Annette Laing s Don t Know Where, Don t Know When The Snipesville Chronicles, Book 1 as the main characters Hannah, Alex, Brandon and The Professor referenced their previous experience with time travel and their acquaintance with characters or their ancestors several I was very fortunate to win a copy of the Goodreads book, A Different Day, A Different Destiny The Snipesville Chronicles, Book 2.A
In A Different Day A Different Destiny once again Hannah, Alex and Brandon travel back in time They have just returned from World War II London, now they are each transported to different destinations in the year 1851.Hannah arrives in Scotland She quickly finds work at one of the factories in the area Hannah has not changed from the last book in that she is still very self centered and angry and opinionated Her job doesn t last long in this factory The hours are long, the work back breakin In A Different Day A Different Destiny once again Hannah, Alex and Brandon travel back in time They have just returned from World War II London, now they are each transported to different destinations in the year 1851.Hannah arrives in Scotland She quickly finds work at one of the factories in the area Hannah has not changed from the last book in that she is still very self centered and angry and opinionated Her job doesn t last long in this factory The hours are long, the work back breaking and the pay poor She decides to find work somewhere else She travels to another part of Scotland and finds the working conditions even worse She eventually finds her way to the Great Exhibition in London.Alex finds himself in Georgia Slavery is a way of life in the South He meets up with
Another great YA book from Annette Laing In this second installment, sister and brother duo, Hannah and Alex, along with their friend Brandon find themselves thrust back in time to 1851.The myriad of characters, in the short time we know them, are given fair treatment They feel like real people complete with their complex emotions and contradictory thoughts This is a testament to Laing s growing confidence as a writer The main characters have some ups and downs on their adventures and Laing Another great YA book from Annette Laing In this second installment, sister and brother duo, Hannah and Alex, along with their friend Brandon find themselves thrust back in time to 1851.The myriad of characters, in the short time we know them, are given fair treatment They feel like real people complete with their complex emotions and contradictory thoughts This is a testament to Laing s growing confidence as a writer The main characters have some ups and downs on their adventures and Laing adeptly captures that adolescent spirit specifically Hannah s ability to be completely annoying and bratty as well as showing her compassionate side.I give this book only 4 out of
I will not summarize the plot here, since one is available above.I received this book as part of a First Reads giveaway I felt I needed to read the first installment before beginning, and I am very glad I did While Laing does offer summaries of the events of the first book, knowing the complete story helps to navigate the intricate web of characters that have been created for the series Laing is clearly not following a formula for this series, as the set up for the problem is significantly di I will not summarize the plot here, since one is available above.I received this book as part of a First Reads giveaway I felt I needed to read the first installment before beginning, and I am very glad I did While Laing does offer summaries of the events of the first book, knowing the complete story helps to navigate the intricate web of characters that have been created for the series Laing is clearly not following a formula for this series, as the set up for the problem is significantly different than in the first book However, while the plot is refreshingly new

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  • A Different Day, A Different Destiny (The Snipesville Chronicles, Book 2)
  • Annette Laing
  • English
  • 27 November 2017
  • 0692001255