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I did not read the books preceding this one and was able to catch on rather fast. I still wonder what happened to the crew so they would all get together. I might give a shot to the first book some time in the future and see.
The storyline is pretty straight forward, may be a bit too much. Characters seems invicibles... having these high tech gears coming from the future.
The narrator does a good job at playing the different characters.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
I was provided with a free copy of this audiobook in return for an honest review.
As with the first three books I was lucky enough to be able to get a free copy of this audiobook, but to be perfectly honest with you I would have been happy to pay for it.
Adair Hart has a wonderful sense of time and character development. As you learn more about the characters travelling with Evaran, you learn more about Evaran himself.
This is a very well written and an interesting and engaging instalment for the chronicles, I don't want to include information about Evaran's fellow travellers because it gives away parts of the plots from the first three books, but it is the easiest thing to say that I love this series.
It has engaging characters, action, interesting side stories and lots of ideas about the possible futures for humans. If you enjoy the idea of speculating what life could be like in a thousand years, or what it could have been like a thousand years ago, you will love these books.
This book was given to me free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
This is a wonderfully well written book, it has a clean methodical approach to the complexities of time travel that is refreshing in its execution.
The characters are well written and engage you, wanting to learn more and grow with them throughout the story.
The story moves along at a perfectly matched pace between excitement, tension and context.
Despite this being book 4 of a series it is a easily read/listened to as a stand alone story due to the excellent referencing of context for events pertinent to the story line or character development.
The narration is perfectly suited to the characters and helps further immerse you into the story at all points. The character distinction is great, you never mistake the character being voiced for any others. I was surprised to learn that this was only narrated by one person.
If this book is any indication of the rest of the series I will thoroughly enjoy listening to the series.
For those who are wary of time travel science fiction this is not technically heavy or convoluted in any way. It is worth a read/listen.