So, here are 10 best Multi-Timeline Novels You Won’t Want to Put Down.
“The Map Of Salt And Stars” follows the story of two young girls, Nour and Rawiya, who are separated by centuries but connected through their shared journey across the Middle East.
This book presents a unique viewpoint on immigration, family, trauma, friendship, and how life alters people by switching between the present and the past.
The main character, Gifty, is a neuroscience Ph.D. student. Her topic is particularly personal because of her family’s history of mental illness.
On the eve of her wedding, Addie strikes a pact with a demon to leave the monotonous existence she’s led in her 18th-century French town.
The brief life of Lucrezia de’ Medici, Duchess of Ferrara, who’d been married at the age of 13 and passed away at the age of 16, is fictionalized in this historical book.
The narrative in this Gothic thriller switches back and forth between Margaret Lea, an amateur biographer, and her subject, reclusive, enigmatic author Vida Winter.
Pecola Breedlove, a little Black girl living in 1940s Ohio, along with her foster sister Claudia serve as the protagonists in Morrison’s debut book.
Ellie Mack, the ideal daughter, vanishes without a trace at the age of 15. Laurel, her mother, tries to rebuild her life for ten years but never really gets over the loss of her daughter.
The Empress’s character and life story are revealed through the interweaving of many narrative threads in this fantasy novel, which was honored with a 2021 Hugo Award.
The unconventional love tale that transforms one couple’s life is found in Audrey Niffenegger’s book.