Tag: time travel

Sons of Caasi: Battle For Time by P. C. Grant (Book Review #745)

Sons of Caasi is a young adult fiction. It is book one of the Sons of Caasi series and is written about a Powerful leader of the Royal Council of Spatium who has two sons. His firstborn, Sier, is expected to fulfill a prophecy… Continue Reading “Sons of Caasi: Battle For Time by P. C. Grant (Book Review #745)”

How to Sell the Stars by Richard J. Dowling (Book Review #673)

How to sell is a sci-fi story written about a world set in 2120 where everything you want is free. Leap is from the 1955’s though, and a time machine by Machiavellian AI takes him to this world where you really don’t have to… Continue Reading “How to Sell the Stars by Richard J. Dowling (Book Review #673)”

Bad Love Strikes by Kevin L. Schewe (Book Review #695)

Bad love strikes is a science fiction, time travel story revolving around a group of kids who happen to find a time machine while they wander around a tunnel leading them to the “White hold project.” This machine was made by Einstein in secret… Continue Reading “Bad Love Strikes by Kevin L. Schewe (Book Review #695)”

Time Travel + Brain Stealing = Murderous Appliances and Good Times by Richard Steele (Book Review #626)

Time Travel + Brain Stealing is a sci-fi horror story about Joe Brown. Joe is a teenager and was under the impression that he was living an ordinary life; however, due to an incident, his life changes. Time travel is at play, and he… Continue Reading “Time Travel + Brain Stealing = Murderous Appliances and Good Times by Richard Steele (Book Review #626)”

Traveller-Inceptio by Rob Shackleford (Book Review #587)

Traveller-Inceptio is a sci-fi novel written about a group called the Travelers who happen to transport themselves to the 11th century trying to investigate medieval Saxon England, not realizing that they need more than just combat skills and technology in order to achieve their… Continue Reading “Traveller-Inceptio by Rob Shackleford (Book Review #587)”

Bollywood Invasion by Ricardo Alexanders (Book Review #486)

Bollywood invasion is a fictional story about a boy going back in time and living his dream. John Palmieri finds himself as a prince named, Raj Scindia in India. I particularly enjoyed where Raj starts his own band. His attempt at gaining the attention… Continue Reading “Bollywood Invasion by Ricardo Alexanders (Book Review #486)”

Hannah’s Moon by John A. Heldt (Book Review #109)

Hannah’s Moon is the fifth book of the American Journey. I happen to review two of his other books, titled: The Mine & September Sky, where you can read by clicking on the links. This book is about a couple that has been struggling to… Continue Reading “Hannah’s Moon by John A. Heldt (Book Review #109)”