Fabric of a Generation by Tasha Madison book review

Overall Rating: 4/5  ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Book Blurb:

For one teen, life’s greatest adventure isn’t time travel but finding a way back home …


Miranda dreams of disappearing. That and torturing her younger brainiac of a brother. To sidestep the risk of personal vulnerability (and her much-hated history class), she plays soccer or skips school by escaping to her favorite magic shop whenever she gets the chance.

As her truancy creates a rift between her ambitious TV producer mother and misunderstood stay-at-home dad, Miranda begins to covet the unknown destiny of strangers and questions whether she will ever have one of her own worth living.

Miranda’s relationships are laced with the strychnine of blame, envy, and doubt. So, when she finds a mystical shawl in the attic, she thinks all her dreams have come true! Her discovery initiates a free fall through time. As she navigates through the hilarious, treacherous, and heartbreaking road to maturity, the strained relationship between her and her mother ignites a troubled path to selflessness and compassion.

Can she use her present circumstances to help redeem herself from her past mistakes? If Miranda cannot find her way back home, she might be forever stuck in time.


Anyone seeking a coming-of-age tale with an addicting family saga that explores life lessons on money, love, and relationships will enjoy the rabbit-hole adventures of this book.

Buy this historical fantasy today to discover Miranda’s journey through time!

Fabric of a generation book

My Review

First of all, isn’t this book cover just gorgeous?!? I’ve been meaning to post a review of this book for a while now and because of my laptop (Yeah, it died 😭) I couldn’t. Buttttt, please please please, you guys need this book in your life!!! it’s such a great read filled with magic adventure and a teen striving to find her way in the world. From the very first page, I was captivated by Tashas writing style in the story just kept building and building and building making me not want to not stop until I finished it. (I literally finished it in three days, hehe I devoured it even with college and all). I can’t describe how excited I am for Tasha’s writing! This is her debut novel and I can’t wait to read other of her books!!❤️ And did I mention time travel!?🤩 yeah, because that’s a thing in this book, go check it out! It will exceed your expectations as it did mine!

Get your copy of Fabric of a Generation here!

Book Details:

  • Print Length: 261 pages
  • Publisher: Author Academy Elite; 1 edition (August 31, 2019)
  • Publication Date: August 31, 2019
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English

About the Author

Tasha Madison

Tasha has a B.A. from the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication at Washinton State University, an M.B.A. from the University of Alabama in Huntsville, and a J.D. from Seattle University’s School of Law.

She is a Huntsville, Alabama transplant from Seattle, Washington. She loves all things Jane Austen. She is also a sucker for Shakespeare and Sherlock Holmes.

As a communications professional with over 15 years of experience, she has been a desktop publisher (back when Adobe InDesign was PageMaker … ahem …), a journalist, and a copy editor.

Nowadays, when she’s not scrapbooking or competing in epicurean competitions with family members, you can find her jotting down story ideas or writing poetry.



** I received an ARC copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All the above-mentioned thoughts are my own and weren’t influenced by the author or publisher. **




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