The Time Chamber Book Review

Lately it seems as if adult coloring books has become one of the most popular trends. For someone that loves to color but likes something a little more detailed than a princess coloring book, this was wonderful news. Coloring is so relaxing, you get to use your imagination while picking out the colors for the picture, and your project will not get ruined if you are interrupted and have to leave it for a time. Read below for my review of The Time Chamber coloring book.

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from Blogging for Books in exchange for writing an honest review of the book. All thoughts are my own and are not swayed by receiving a free copy of this book. This post contains affiliate links. For more information about my Amazon affiliate links, see the bottom side of my blog.

The Time Chamber by Daria Song is a slightly different coloring book. It  has a simple and magical story that goes along with the pictures throughout the book. A fairy climbs through a cuckoo clock into the room of a little girl and explores while the girl sleeps.

I loved the illustrations that Daria Song has created and had a nice time filling in some of the pages. The fact that it has an owl throughout the book is an added bonus.

If you like this book, you can see more of her work in her first book, The Time Garden, which takes place inside the magical world of the cuckoo clock.

Aren't these pages just waiting to be colored amazing? The detail is beautiful and looking through the book I can imagine the illustrations coming to life as color is added to the pages.

Here is one of the pages that I colored. The owl pulls back the draping around the bed so the fairy can explore a bit more of the room. I loved the intricate details of the wings on the owl and the border of the drapes. It was fun to look through my colored pencils and crayons to decide which ones I would use. Since it is magical and night time, I decided to make a sleepy time owl that is in shades of blue and purple. I can't wait to continue to let my imagination soar as I color more.

I think this has been my favorite book so far that I have received from Blogging for Books. I am very lucky that I have enjoyed all of the ones that I have ordered so far. You can see my other reviews here.


  1. I love coloring but have not tried an adult coloring book. I have stuck with princesses and mickey mouse.

    1. I have a few of them, but this is the first one that I've used. My daughters hate to share their princess, Harry Potter, or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle coloring books. =)

  2. That is really cute. Maybe I"ll get it for my goddaughter this Christmas.

  3. I like that there is a story associated with the images to color, it adds a level of complexity and interest.


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