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Journeys Through Collection: Volumes 1-3 by James Talisman – Review by Erin DeRoma

Journeys Through Collection: Volume 1-3Journeys Through Collection: Volume 1-3 by James Talisman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I think this is my first multi-verse read ever! I mean I guess I have read books before that touched upon and mentioned multi-verses but never one that I was actively reading throughout multi-verses. This was so up my daughter’s alley, and I couldn’t wait for her to join in on the adventure.

Now Mr. James Talisman, I just need to state this right here and right now, My husband is NOT a reader, we have been together for 20 years and the most I have ever seen him read is captions on video games, I have never seen him pick up a book or even a comic. I started reading this to him and he said for the first time EVER he could envision what was being read to him. So guess what I found him doing one day, reading on my kindle! Happiest day of this readers life! I’m not a writer but if I was I would think this would be the highest compliment.

All 3 books brought a new adventure. I love reading series, I love that there is always a book to grab when you finish the one before, but I often find I really dislike at least one book out of the series. The Journeys through Collection was completely different I thoroughly enjoyed each one.
I hope to read more from James Talisman soon (and I hope to see my husband reading too).

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Journeys Through AllCreation (Journeys Through Book 3) by James Talisman – Review by Brandy Vaughn

Journeys Through AllCreation (Journeys Through Book 3)Journeys Through AllCreation by James Talisman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the third book in the series and picked up where book two left off. It reads well as a stand alone but would recommend reading the first two books in the series. The plot is well thought out and the characters are diverse and interesting! The pages are filled with such detail that the story comes to life and you just can’t put the book down. That’s plenty of action to keep the reader engaged in the story. The author left the ending in a way that makes me think there will be more to this story. I’m looking forward to more books!

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Journeys Through Collection: Volumes 1-3 by James Talisman – Review by Brandy Vaughn

Journeys Through Collection: Volume 1-3Journeys Through Collection: Volume 1-3 by James Talisman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This box set contains the first three books in the series. You can enjoy the box set because you can binge read all three at once. It is an interesting way the author used different POV on t story to progress the multiverse plot. The author includes a character list to help you keep track of who-is-who. There is also considerable research done by the author in the mystical and metaphysical components of the stories. This helps add depth and dimension! These books are thought provoking and will make you think while reading the novels.

Review by @bilberrysweet

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Journeys Through TimeSpace (Journeys Through Book 2) by James Talisman – Review by Brandy Vaughn

Journeys Through TimeSpaceJourneys Through TimeSpace by James Talisman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is book two in the Journeys Through series. I like how the reptilian human hybrids are continued in this story and reminds me of Ancient Aliens with an agenda! This novel is easier to read now that I read the first one and could follow the storyline and the characters better. We pick up right where book one left off and this book also reads well as a stand alone. The continued adventure into the multiverse will have you turning the page to see what happens in the battle. The plot is multi-layered and adds complexity to the plot. I found myself turning the pages to see what would happen next. Book three will be even better!

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Journeys Through SpaceTime (Journeys Through Book 1) by James Talisman – Review by Brandy Vaughn

Journeys Through SpaceTimeJourneys Through SpaceTime by James Talisman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The first book, Journey Through Spacetime,
the reader is introduced to different empires throughout the multiverse. You have a mix of cultures and alien species having a similar experience that leads them to the call to adventure. The author includes a list of characters at the beginning of the novel. This helps the reader when navigating between worlds in the story. It was confusing at first when reading the novel. It felt like as I was getting into the story, we switched worlds and narrative. As I continued to read Journey Through SpaceTime, it was easier to follow the storyline. I did enjoy the several references to the mystical and metaphysical. It helped bring the plot together. The characters were fleshed out and I felt like I could cheer them on their journey to save the multiverse.

Review by @bilberrysweet

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Journeys Through Collection: Volumes 1-3 by James Talisman

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Journeys Through Collections: Volume 1-3 by James Talisman
Genre – Epic Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Adventure
Page Count – 977
Cover Designer – May Dawney

Journeys Through SpaceTime

A mysterious being of immense power and wisdom appears in the minds of inhabitants across the vast MultiVerse of space and time to provide both warning and encouragement to fellow souls.

An exciting journey of adventure and discovery develop for these inhabitants as a sword master’s son, a powerfully enlightened Queen, a skilled warrior, an “ordinary” college student from Earth, a reptilian humanoid scientist, and a wise and beautiful leader of a utopian world use newly acquired knowledge and skills to battle evil forces intent on ensuring reality forms as they intend.

Puzzlement ensues as special mentors appear and seem to defy what reality means. Wielding godlike powers, these teachers help illuminate the secrets of all creation.

With the fate of the entire MultiVerse at stake, which side will become the victor in the end?

Journeys Through TimeSpace

As a powerful leader of a planet in the vast MultiVerse of time and space begins preparations for implementing his plan, young former college students from Earth are dispatched to a magical hidden place in the Himalayas to begin their own preparations.

Each side of this battle for the fate of Earth and her inhabitants must secure ancient treasures. Immense obstacles confront both sides as they work to obtain these powerful artifacts.

Not only must our young Earth heroes learn new knowledge and skills associated with ancient wisdom traditions, but they must travel to both Earth’s past and future to find the treasures needed to defend their world against a powerful enemy.

Secret Earth organizations are also players in this thrilling adventure. These ancient groups have been adversaries for hundreds of years. Their long-term battle becomes intense as Earth’s fate draws closer.

As the clock ticks, can Earth’s defenders succeed, or will the powerful reptilian humanoid leader and his followers achieve their plan for reality across the MultiVerse of time and space?

Journeys Through AllCreation

An ancient prophecy foretells the diabolical plans of an exceedingly intelligent and powerful being. To ensure reality continues to unfold as desired, the ‘god’ entity will utilize the innate powers contained in the Dokkaebi-of-all-Creation to destroy various universes that make up the MultiVerse.

Celestial beings most capable of stopping these plans for destruction become trapped in an alternate reality. Can they escape this illusion before their fates are sealed forever?

Former twins from the lost continent of Atlantis will play pivotal roles in countering the threat of total annihilation for untold numbers of lives across the MultiVerse. Will they be able to help save their current home worlds and the mentors who have taught them so much?

A beautiful and enlightened queen is enlisted in the team’s quest to find an ancient artifact that could assist them in locating the Master Mage. This wizard is their only real hope for defeating the former celestial leader. Can this strange and unassuming being provide what is needed?

While the outcome cannot be fully predicted from the discovered text and images, both sides prepare for an inevitable confrontation as the ancient prophecy plays out. As ‘gods’ and mortals face off in the battle for the future of all creation, which ideals and forces will reign supreme?

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James enjoys mountain biking, traveling, spending wonderful family time with his wife and daughter, and truly experiencing this reality we all share. He also values his extended family and great friends.

As an avid student and explorer of ancient wisdom traditions, he wrote the Journeys Through books to convey ancient concepts through the time honored tradition of story-telling. As the first story progressed, James found a true joy in writing fiction and bringing characters and their worlds to life and plans to continue writing more stories.

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Chevalier: War Horses Book 1 by Scott Warren Review by Christen Ware

War Horses Book 1: ChevalierWar Horses Book 1: Chevalier by Scott Warren
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This book is quite outside of my normal read, but still an experience nevertheless. It takes on a military sci-fi theme that goes deep into the technology and weapon information but stops short of character development and feels shallow in other areas as well.

Quick chapters and variable level of depth led me to struggle with this book. Good concepts stretched thin in some areas and loss of interest in others. Good concepts with shaking delivery.

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A Quirk of Destiny (Quirk of Destiny Book 1) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Heather Goodman

A Quirk of Destiny: Ignoramus et IgnorabimusA Quirk of Destiny: Ignoramus et Ignorabimus by Catherine Greenall
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book gives a look at what the world could look like. It follows a group of people after a sickness has swept through the world and changed people to a zombie like state. The more you read the more sinister it gets. Be prepared for twists and turns and excitement. The main characters are relatable and very lovable.

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A Quirk of Destiny (Quirk of Destiny Book 1) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Trista Priest

A Quirk of DestinyA Quirk of Destiny by Catherine Greenall
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This book presents a very different take on dystopian books than the ones I have read in the past. I struggled to get through the first few chapters because it was scientific and slow to start. However, the book picks up fairly quickly and is action-packed, full of twists and turns.
I look forward to reading the rest of the series.

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LAB SPILL: A Dark Comedy. Maybe. by Robert Rife – Review by Erin Vosters

LAB SPILL: A Dark Comedy. Maybe. (THE COOL THING SERIES)LAB SPILL: A Dark Comedy. Maybe. by Robert Rife
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is definitely a unique book!

The story is very well written and you get to follow the timeline through various characters so when you get done, it’s almost like reading 4 different stories. The characters are defined very well and although this is sci-fi, it feels like it could actually happen.

The dark humor was a wonderful touch.

This is a book that I would keep on my shelf!

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A Quirk of Destiny (Quirk of Destiny Book 1) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Susan Ratchford

A Quirk of Destiny: Ignoramus et IgnorabimusA Quirk of Destiny: Ignoramus et Ignorabimus by Catherine Greenall
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A Quirk Of Destiny: Book 1
By Catherine Greenall
Review by: Susan Ratchford
5 Stars

Wow, absolutely phenomenal read! A Quirk Of Destiny by Catherine Greenall grabs you from the very first page and will not let go! A Great introduction to a series that delivers so much more than it promises and zombies, or Genies are only the tip of the iceberg. With cover ups, twists and turns, corruption and conspiracies, and an ending that will leave you hanging needing to know more. Greenall creates an engaging and strongly written world that bleeds through the pages and sends a message that I won’t soon forget. What really is in our food. With that terrifying thought and how creepy the genies were this book gave me the chills. It really makes you think more about what we all put in our bodies and the consequences it could someday have. This is not your average apocalyptic sci fi thriller, within its pages are so many good ideas that we as a society should think about for our future. I cannot wait to start reading Return To Gallanvaig, her second book in this eye opening series. This book is definitely a must read with some scary realistic thoughts of where we could be headed.

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Shadow Patterns of Melt by J. R. P. Fogg – Review by Lauren West

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I enjoyed this book Immensely and felt connected to the characters . The world the author created was vivid and bold. This was a science fiction story that was equally about the passion of science and life as well as about living your life as you choose and doing what you love.
Our main character exude confidence, intelligence, and a carefree spirit. Their modern day space voyage takes a turn as they experience some calculated issues. As they encounter the unexpected it becomes not just about them but the world as whole.

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Shadow Patterns of Melt by J. R. P. Fogg – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

4 Stars
Shadow Patterns of Melt by J. R. P. Fogg

Shadow Patterns of Melt is a Sci-Fi Adventure that I had a hard putting down once I got into it. It started out a bit slow and I wasn’t sure what I got myself into but after the first couple chapters things changed. I overall truly enjoyed reading this book its just a bit different than the other Sci-Fi books I’ve read. This is a fairly new author to me and I’m definitely going to check out what other books they have written. This authors style of writing is a bit different and the storyline a bit out of the ordinary but everything flowed so smoothly. The characters are well developed, likable and make it easy to picture everything that is going on. This story is about showing determination and going for what you want while living your life your way not what someone else wants. I’m not going to give anything away but I do highly recommend reading this book to find out what happens next. I look forward to reading more from this Author.

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Shadow Patterns of Melt by J. R. P. Fogg – Review by Brandy Vaughn

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was originally published in serial form on Kindle Vella, Shadow Patterns of Melt – Book One includes Episodes 1–41. Author’s Notes are included in the Back Matter.

It took me a little bit to get into rhythm of the story but then it was smooth sailing. This is a unique space story in the way that it’s not military based, or a space force. The reader follows adventures, drama, and interesting characters. There is grand world building and Fogg put a lot of effort into the characters. This story plot has enough intrigue to keep the pages turning!
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Shadow Patterns of Melt by J. R. P. Fogg – Review by Jamie Truex

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Not your typical sci-fi story. It did take me a little bit to get into it at first, but quickly turned into a book I didn’t want to put down. The author did a very good job world building and making the characters real, relatable and loveable. Looking forward to the next book.

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Shadow Patterns of Melt by J. R. P. Fogg – Review by Ashley Sugar

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I’m not one to usually read sci fi, but I liked this one. I’m glad I read it. The characters are lovable with their own personalities. I enjoyed the writing style, super easy to read. Also enjoyed the action that was in this book. If you love a book that has to do with space, time travel, humor and everything that science fiction brings, read this one. I’ll be checking more of JRP’s books!

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Shadow Patterns of Melt by J. R. P. Fogg – Review by Amanda Gonzalez

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Though I usually stay away from books with AI and that line of futuristic plots since they generally felt like drier reads, I decided to try this book. I was pleasantly surprised by the thorough character development and world-building. Though there is a fair amount of jargon in the story, it didn’t hold back on the actual meat of the book and I could read through it without too many interrupting thoughts. I enjoyed the descriptive voice of the characters and the overall plot of this book. I may just have to give this side of Sci-Fi a try once more, now that I’ve found a book that I’ve actually enjoyed.

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Shadow Patterns of Melt by J. R. P. Fogg – Review by Shannen Kern

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This sci-fi book is incredibly unique and though it took me a little bit to get into it, I enjoyed it. The flow of the story can be a little bumpy at times, but it was a great read overall. I loved the characters! Nialla and Bishr were truly fascinating, and even though this is a futuristic read it remains relatable. They explore their independence, enjoy life, and jump wormholes…but they end up making a discovery that could mean big changes. This was different from most sci-fi that I have read, and I can’t wait to see what the next book will bring. I highly recommend picking this up for an eccentric time-traveling adventure!

Reviewed by @shannlynn

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Shadow Patterns of Melt by J. R. P. Fogg – Review by Tara Johnson Barnes

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Nialla and Bishr want to enjoy life to the fullest on their own ship. Ideally, they would like to jump wormholes from system to system. However, in doing so they make a startling discovery that risks the future independence of humankind in space.

This book is a bit more of a serious read and I personally found it a bit hard to really get into. The characters are unique and interesting, and well described. The scenes are vivid, and it is well written. This would be a good book for any avid sci-fi reader.

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Shadow Patterns of Melt by J. R. P. Fogg – Review by Rachel Moss

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was a good read. I was a little iffy with it just because of all the science fiction jargon. I love sci-fi, but sometimes the jargon just gets me and this was one of those times. Once I got passed the confusion I really enjoyed the story. I just don’t think I was in the mood for this particular one today though. I really enjoyed the characters, and it was a very unique story. I would love to give this another reread once I’m in the mood for science fiction again though!

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Shadow Patterns of Melt by J. R. P. Fogg – Review by Karen Pearman

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I was intrigued by the cover of this book as it reminded me of several science fiction characters. I am glad that I chose to pick this book up to read. It was incredibly good, and I highly recommend it. The author did a wonderful job with the world building and characterizations in this story. It did take me a couple of chapters to get into the story and understand the dialect. Once I did, I could not put this book down. I was perplexed by the time travel through wormhole tunnels in spacetime and questioned if this was a real possibility. This book reminded of the movie “Interstellar” in many ways. I was not disappointed.

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Shadow Patterns of Melt by J. R. P. Fogg – Review by Tausha Treadway

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Shadow Patterns of Melt by J. R. P. Fogg. This is not my usual genre but I truly enjoyed it. Its a sci fi wild adventure that is a little hard to keep up if you are not used to the sci fi terms. Once you get used to the terms you are in for a fun ride. Its the story of Nalia and Bishr who are fighting the system to do what they want when they want. They have been busy transporting cargo and people across the the planets and they are doing great until they are tasked with taking care of another ship. The story is relevant even today with people not wanting to be told what to do and how to do it. There are even funny parts like the strange bugs they have. If you love sci fi and adventure then you need to read this fun fast paced adventure.

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Borrowed Time by Lane Cohen – Review by Mary Espinoza

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Borrowed Time by Lane Cohen is a creative science fiction story filled with details from science, classic sci-fi, history, anything you can think of time travel related, it’s in this book! I really enjoyed the way that Cohen made such interesting characters whose pasts and concerns really built up the plot. This novel really makes you ask the ultimate time travel question – if you could change the past, what would you change? And would that be the right thing to do? Is it really necessary to try to change the past to fix the future?
The novel is about a physics professor Andy Case and his student Samoset Brown are both interested in time travel from an academic perspective, and for Case it provides an interesting discussion topic for his otherwise unenthusiastic class. Let’s just say that they bit off more than they could chew when they stepped into the realm of time traveling.
This is a great read for time travel fans!

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Mary Espinoza, November 2022

Shadow Patterns of Melt – Book One by J. R. P. Fogg – Review by Roxsanne Lesieur.

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Bishr and Nialla are specialists in space travel, they have been through all the training and now have been in charge of their own ship the Metronome for years transporting cargo and people across the universe for a fee, they make a brilliant team with Bishr being a comms genius and Nialla, a whiz with physics, sometimes she is even known as a savant, she is just that good. They love the freedom which comes from traversing wormholes and jumps between the 400 habitable planets, as well as the 30 which are in the “gration” process and they want to continue to live, laugh and love in their own time.

As they are flying towards their next destination, everything seems to be going to plan until Bishr ill and Nialla has to both look after the other and the ship, this is not easy as there are only the two of them, but somehow they manage. As he recovers, Bishr goes through the correspondence and highlights one message in particular about a Stratum Three planet which is going to be listed as open for gration, he finds the images of the clouds scudding over the surface of the planet relaxing and so saves the skim for later, however, as they are discussing it, the jump they are planning goes wrong.

Nialla and Bishr encounter some issues and between the calcs, the dishes and their superluminal flight, they have to make some decisions which will not just affect them, the shadows which these decisions cast over the rest of the known universe will also come into play, but what will happen and can their love, work, laugh and love mantra keep them safe, or will their unplanned discovery, the history of their parents legacies and the future of mankind in space rip them apart? This is a dystopian sci-fi of universal proportions as split second decisions mean the difference between life, death and everything in between, in this race to calculate, formulate and experiment with unknowns runs its course, in this new and immersive reality.

Reviewed by @roxsannel

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Shadow Patterns of Melt by J. R. P. Fogg – Review by Amanda Glaspie

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is not my typical genre and was hesitant going in but I really enjoyed this collection. It started off a little confusing as there was terminology that was created for this book but as the book progressed, it made sense. Likewise, the beginning was slow but quickly moved to a page turner that I could not put down. Nialla and Bishr create a wonderful team that you cheer on while feeling their heartache, exhaustion, and fear. I am anxiously awaiting the next collection to be completed for Book two to be released.

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Borrowed Time by Lane Cohen – Review by Brandy Vaughn

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This story is a unique twist on the time travel plot. I like the mention of the original 1960’s version of the time machine. The historical references were enjoyable and kept the pages turning. The characters and the adventures they go on while trying to alter events important to them, drive the plot effortlessly forward. I wanted to know what happened next and couldn’t put the book down. With the way the story ended, there’s room for a sequel!
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Borrowed Time by Lane Cohen – Review by Jennifer Reimer

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was a very interesting read about time travel. It has fantasy, sci-fi, drama, historical details, adventure, and the relationship between characters, and so much more all rolled into one that made it hard to put down. The way the author puts these thoughts on to paper and makes a story is just amazing. The details of each character really made for bringing the characters of this story into life. The detail into every scene and scenario made you really feel like you were in the book as while. I really enjoyed reading this book.

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Borrowed Time by Lane Cohen – Review by Melissa Saxton

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

An interesting leap into time travel. An advanced physics professor team’s up with his most promising student to make a time machine (using a prop from the 1960s time machine movie!) And successfully make a time machine.
The student wants to right a wrong done to his native American Ancestors where as Professor Andy wants to fix his relationships and his broken heart. They explore the morality of changing time and it’s consequences.
This book brings together Sci-Fi, historical fiction, fantasy and well developed characters into a quick but great time travel adventure.
I also enjoyed all the quotes relating to time between chapters. Was a nice touch!.

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Borrowed Time by Lane Cohen – Review by Rebecca Hill

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

What’s not to love about gunslingers and time travel? Like others have mentioned, I hope there is a sequel or maybe just a continuation or side novel. I enjoyed how details of the past were woven artfully into the story. I found myself thinking about if I could time travel – what would I do? Would I change my past? To me, the best books are the ones that you continue thinking about after you are done reading. Well worth the time to read!

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Borrowed Time by Lane Cohen – Review by Tara Johnson Barnes

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Borrowed time is a story about scientists inventing a time machine using an old movie prop so that they can time travel. The reader travels through various time periods with the characters and are introduced to new characters in different times. It is a truly fascinating read as the characters are faced with moral dilemmas that would inevitably occur when the possibility of changing future timelines is involved. Do they do what they want and change events to better their future and ensure their own happiness? Or is it better to leave events as they had occurred?

I found this book fascinating because I have always enjoyed the concept of time travel. I could not help but wonder what I would do if I could travel back in time. As someone fascinated with tracing my family tree, I personally would love to travel back in time and meet some of my ancestors so I could learn more about them. But how would that effect my future? The author did a great job of writing historical details and conveying the emotions and thoughts of each character through their individual stories. An interesting read!

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