As part of a personal “project” on Madeline L’Engle, I reread and reviewed all five books of her Murray family saga, both Many Waters and An Acceptable Time were read about the time I started blogging, so I didn’t have to write the review fresh, but could share an old review written years ago. Finishing up with books four and five completes a “chunk” of the project’s goals. Here is a review of the final book in this series:

AN ACCEPTABLE TIME by Madeline L’Engle: A Review

Polly, daughter of Meg Murry ofA Wrinkle in Time,and neice of Sandy and Denys Murray ofMany Waters,is spending time with her mother’s parents in New England. A neighbor, “Bishop Nase” manages to open a Time Gate which transports individuals back in time. Both the Star Gazing Stone and the Old Wall act as portals for Polly on several occasions. Meeting…

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