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Reviewed by Lit Amri for Readers' Favorite
Rim-Fyre and the Stones of Time by Mitzy Tait-Zeller tells the story of Serena and her gallant horse Rim-Fyre. A strange thing happens during Serena and Rim-Fyre’s usual ride, where a brilliant flash of white light surrounds them as if Rim-Fyre has stumbled upon a hidden place. She later finds out that they are standing in a circle of ancient stones. To her surprise, they have journeyed back through time and going home seems impossible.
Mitzy Tait-Zeller has written a beautiful tale. I was so immersed in the story that I had to slow myself down so as not to finish the novel too quickly. Tait-Zeller has a wonderful and absolutely engaging prose, which is also supported by vivid portrayals of the surroundings. In the end, I finished Rim-Fyre and the Stones of Time in two sittings. Rim-Fyre is definitely a proud and stubborn horse, but Serena really has the ability to control the mighty animal. I admired her patience and assertiveness when dealing with Rim-Fyre.
I really love the fact that time travel plays a major role in the story line. The entire novel is a journey of love and soul-searching. As I kept reading this mesmerizing tale, I couldn't help but sink into my own feelings of nostalgia, when Serena and Rim-Fyre are transported back into the 19th century. This is a must read novel and I’m more than happy to recommend it to my fellow readers.