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Having been haunted by the past and enslaved by the present, James Griffin-Mars is taking control of the future. Earth is a toxic, sparsely inhabited wasteland - the perfect hiding place for a fugitive ex-chronman to hide from the authorities. James has allies, scientists he rescued from previous centuries: Elise Kim, who believes she can renew Earth, given time; Grace Priestly, the venerated inventor of time travel herself; Levin, James's mentor and former pursuer, now disgraced; and the Elfreth, a population of downtrodden humans who want desperately to believe that James and his friends will heal their ailing home world.
James also has enemies. They include the full military might of benighted solar system ruled by corporate greed and a desperate fear of what James will do next. At the forefront of their efforts to stop him is Kuo, the ruthless security head, who wants James's head on a pike and will stop at nothing to obtain it.
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By Scout4_91606 on 12-22-17
Not a bad book but still not great.
Is there anything you would change about this book?
Some parts took a while to get to the point
Has Time Siege turned you off from other books in this genre?
No. Even if it did I would still finish the trilogy.
Did Kevin T. Collins do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?
Yes the Narrator was my least favorite. His voice was not pleasant and hade it hard to focus on the story.
If this book were a movie would you go see it?
By Gerry on 06-29-17
Yes, no, maybe.
I definitely enjoyed the book over all and the story had a very interesting ending. Where is the third book? One thing that really bothered me though is James and Elyse's relationship. Since they first met their relationship always felt odd. It feels as if Elyse is having some sort of Stockholm syndrome going on. The way the author has their relationship progress just doesn't feel realistic at all. With the being said, I feel more invested in the world, lore, and story then the characters. Besides that, you could easily see some of the plot points coming, I guess you can't always have amazing twists and reveals, but nevertheless it was a good way to go. The narration continues to be great. If you enjoyed the first book this is worth a listen.