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Just In Time (Portals of Time Series Book 1) by [Shay, Kathryn]
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Length: 275 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 1216 KB
  • Print Length: 275 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: December 15, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HATNY9S
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If Charlie lived 500 years in the future, he had just sent three very beautiful angels back to save your life because you are the one man that can save their dying world. With a hook that good there is only one direction for a book to go. it is not that the book is bad, it just doesn't measure up to the premise. a further flaw is the writer's heavy handed efforts to force sequels into what God intended to be a single child family. A third strike is the mandatory sex scenes that are painted with a worn out brush. Still, not even formulaic writing completely drown this book.
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While I enjoy the guilty pleasure of reading a good time travel romance, this was not one of them. The plot is very political and anti-moral commentary on our current system. The author uses a dystopian heaven to criticize our present lifestyles and choices. Which I found highly superficial and unattainable. That is just the backstory. The grammar and spelling were even worse. I cannot claim to be a better writer, but I can claim to be a reader and this story is greatly needing a good editor. "Best Seller" ? Not even close. Good thing this was free, or I'd demand my money back, too bad I can't get the hours I wasted reading it back.
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Yowza...this is crap. I'm about a third of the way in, but...it's painful to read. I don't usually leave reviews.
The writing is juvenile. The whole premise...we don't know anything about your time, but we have the technology to track back to ONE SPECIFIC person who's research would've saved the world, from the evil fracking that destroys the world. *blank stare* Plus, I'm married to a scientist. Author expects WAY too much suspension of disbelief.
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This time travel had the heroine (and friends) coming several hundred years from the future. I could understand that they had a mission to change something to save future humanity. That part of the storyline was okay. However, instead of being advanced, they seemed very inept. Their language sounded awkward and not very advanced for futuristic people. Also, the their perspectives on human relationships were hard to swallow. If I were to go back 400-500 years, I think I could probably understand what was going on and communicate--idioms of the time and all. I love Kathryn Shay's other series, but this one was disappointing for me. I barely made it to the end and will not read the rest.
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Bought this e-book as I enjoy the genre. Too bad it's only part of a book...have to buy more to finish it.
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Horrible. I could barely finish the first chapter, and couldn't stomach more than a few pages of Chapter Two.

I know a lot of people consider it unfair to rate a book poorly based on having read so little, but to them I'd ask, "How much of a inedible sandwhich does a person have to swallow before it's fair to call it a horrible meal and warn others of the fact? Isn't one Band-aid, or cockroach or rat turd enough? Even if the rest of the sandwich is pure bliss, isn't it fair to call it a lousy sandwhich if any one bite is inedible?

I love science fiction. It doesn't have to be great. In fact, it doesn't even have to be very good. I'm even pretty fond of a lot of really terrible science fiction (the kind that's so bad, it's funny), but this wasn't funny, it was intellectually inedible.

I can overlook a lot, but the awkward "future language" was just too annoying. An example, "By these calculations, your mate will conceive in her womb soon."

If this were an isolated instance of awkward phrasing, no big deal, but all of the "futurespeak" is like that. Apparently, in the future, even the simplest of concepts is expressed in as many words as possible.
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You can't go wrong with a book by Kathryn Shay. This was a bit different th than her normal which made it fun. I enjoyed the language issues. I must read the other two to see how they end the base is already set up for David who h is book three. I buy all of her books.
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I just finished reading this book and enjoyed every minute! I found the characters very interesting and enjoyed the storyline. I can't wait to read the rest of Portals of Time series! Thanks Kathryn Shay!!
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