Two journeys. One inescapable outcome. No time to lose.
What should be a routine mission leaves Ethan with a serious problem. He's fractured - a break between mind and body that leaves him at the mercy of his Rifter abilities, which are quickly tearing him apart. He will have to trust the only person who might know how to fix him, a mysterious Rifter named Stewart Stills, who seems to have a special connection with the time stream.
Forced to face his dark past and a decision he may never forgive himself for, he will be trained unlike any of the others, to become a true guardian for time. If he accepts, it will mean leaving everyone he loves behind. If he refuses, time itself could unravel. After a glimpse of the dark future awaiting them all, he will have to choose between destiny and desire. Will he rise up and take his place as a defender of the natural order, or will he watch as all of time burns at the hands of the girl he loves?
Welcome to the time war.
©2015 Sherry Ficklin (P)2016 Sherry Ficklin
Yes, this book is a good mix of time travelling mayhem and steampunk. I really loved the moment when I figured out who some of the main characters actually were.
It was a good ending that set up the next in the series.
The main character Ethan.
The narration on this book is excellent. The writing is also good, and even though I haven't read the first two books in the series, I was able to figure out what was going on.
Yes, I think it was a fun book. I love time-travel stories so this one was really interesting. I'm excited to see where the story goes.
I would say it has a steampunk "Doctor Who" feel with all the time traveling that happens.
I did like the narrator. He had a lot of different voices and kept them consistent. I found him engaging and he helped to keep me engaged in the story.
I would recommend highly.
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