A Wrinkle in Time 1963 Medal Winner ***

A Wrinkle in Time is about Meg and her brother Charles Wallace and their search for their brilliant father who everyone assumes has just left their family.

Is it just me or is this book weird? I've never been good with time travel stories. The time space continuum confuses me. Even the movie The Lake House freaked me out. For some reason it's hard for me to just relax and let go of logic and just enjoy time travel.

1 comment:

  1. Maybe it's a guy thing... As a young man, I read and reread this book along with its 2 sequels and many other L'Engle books. My imagination took me with the kids on all their journeys!

    While you didn't like this book a lot, I think you would really appreciate a book she wrote many years later called "Walking on Water: Reflections on Faith and Art." The Amazon link is: http://www.amazon.com/Walking-Water-Reflections-Wheaton-Literary/dp/087788918X

    L'Engle is a devout Christian and, in this book, she discusses her faith and how it enables and facilitates creative expression. It's very enlightening.

    And there's no space or time travel in it... :)