First Impression: The cover makes this look like a story about a musician – although there are musicians in the story, that’s not actually what’s inside. Synopsis of time travel and meeting you ancestors? Interesting concept, carry on.
What I Liked: At 132 pages, it was easy to digest this story in a few short sittings. With a busy life, I sometimes like to find works to read in snippets. This is a perfect read for lunchtime at the office or when waiting in line somewhere – not overly complex, yet thoroughly enjoyable.
I also appreciated the science and plausibility created by author Almazan. The suspended belief was at just the right level for this type of reading.
Deal Benders: There’s a relationship between two characters that I didn’t quite ‘feel’. It seemed they fell in love too fast over some laughs…and because they slept together…? I think this part of the story needs some work – something more to tie the characters to each other than what transpired.
Overall Rating: 3 stars puts this at I liked it, and I will read the second one. Hopefully some of the kinks are worked out, because this has potential to be a decent sci-fi series.
For Fans Of: Time travel adventure.