International Book: The Time Traveler’s Wife

The ultimate love story that passes through time and knows no boundaries. Witness the love story of a man with a genetic disorder that allows him to travel through time and how he first met his future wife when she was still a child. Made as a blockbuster Hollywood film starring Rachel McAdams and Eric Bana, reading this classic book in your own native language gives much more realism and drama in their intertwining relationship. A definite must-read classic by American Author Audrey NIffenegger. May it be a native language resource book or a gift for a friend, having one of these in your own language makes it one memorable book to keep. View the various international versions and enjoy. Check-out is powered by Amazon =)

Spanish Version

English Version

Chinese Version

Korean Version

Arabic Version

Japanese Version

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6 Replies to “International Book: The Time Traveler’s Wife”

  1. I’ve never read the Time Travelers Wife although I’ve heard of it. I’m intrigued to read it now. Such a beautiful story line. Very cool that you provided different language versions.

    1. Thank you Linda for dropping by. I am very glad to have shared to you this book. This is one of my favorites and I was very happy that they have international versions of it =) Now, more people who don’t speak English can appreciate this =) Oh and it also has a Hollywood movie version too, you might want to watch it too =) Thanks again =)

  2. I’ve seen the movie and I really enjoyed it. I haven’t read the book yet, but I’ve added it to my already long list of books to read in the future. I know that there are a few key differences between them, so I’m intrigued to find that out.

    1. Hi Krystle, thanks for passing by. I am glad you got the interest in reading the book. In the reviews that I read, there are more details in the book than in the movie. It also draws you more into their world. Thanks again =)

  3. I LOVED this book! I read it a few years ago before I saw the movie and definitely preferred the book to the movie. The movie was good but, as is often the case, couldn’t include everything from the book. Have you seen the movie as well?

    1. Hi Megan, oh yes, absolutely… but I did it in reverse… I watched the movie first then I read the book… in both, it was all magical =) I am very happy that now, the book has been translated into multiple languages =) Thanks for visiting =)

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