Charlie’s Mirror takes place in 1989 Madison, Wisconsin – but not because Sara Sullivan belongs there. A fall through a mysterious mirror in the abandoned house next door transports her thirty years in the past, where she has an opportunity others can only dream of: to stop a horrific campus bombing and save so many young lives. Can Sara overcome her demons and save the people who finally taught her to trust? Or will she fall victim to tragedy in the past, forever altering the future?
Readers love Charlie's Mirror!
"I was sad when it ended."
"Hard to put down."
"I was drawn in early and I couldn't put it down. I even had a couple tears at the end. Excellent!"
"Such a page turner and I didn’t want to put it down. It’s also such a timely reminder that our words and our actions matter, and how we treat people really can make a difference, for better or worse"
"This book was a powerful story written with such heart and humor that it captured me from the start. From the rich characters and depth to the storyline, to the lighthearted humor and nostalgic memories it conjures from the 80s, you can't help but feel like you know the characters and are right there with them as the story unfolds."
"There were lots of fun nods to 80s culture and several hysterical exchanges about life in the future, our 2019. The author kept me in suspense enough to make me race back to it during my breaks. The pressure to literally beat the clock was on!"
June 14, 2021
Question of the Hour presents Brenda Lyne Today we are getting to know author Brenda Lyne. Her novel Charlie’s Mirror is starting to receive positive reviews, and has been added to my must read list of books. Grab a coffee, sit back, relax, as we get to know author Brenda Lyne.