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The characters in this novel were fantastic. Litherland developed them as if they were real people that you know. We don’t get their entire biographies, but rather the information that we’d receive if we’d actually met them. These individuals were extremely original yet very easy to identify with. I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know them. I loved the contrast between the characters that I do like and those that I didn’t. This made the story feel so much more real to me.
As a whole, this was a uniquely satisfying novel that is a great launch for Litherland’s series.
Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.
Pros - there were characters I liked, the story was interesting, it was reasonably well-written and I could smoothly read through it. I enjoyed what I was reading while I read it.
Cons - many of the characters were fairly one-dimensional, and there's no backstory; you don't know where / when they are from, or what they are doing. It was somewhat challenging to keep track of the timeline - each chapter jumped in both which characters it was focusing on and time, so I kept having to go back to earlier chapters to remind myself what had changed, and then the book just stopped. I know it is the first in a multi-book series, but I feel that any book should stand on its own. Also, having read summaries of the other books, I'm not even sure they really pick up the timeline and continue it, at least not for all the characters, which is a bit annoying.
So, while my cons list looks longer, I'd have to say I enjoyed reading this, and would consider getting the subsequent books in the series.
Well crafted and captivating! I found myself drawn into these strange people and their plight and am looking forward to the next book. I have really enjoyed everything I have read from this author and highly recommend his works!
A group of researchers from the future who travel back in the past to the year 2000 in New York are dealing with unexpectedly being separated, accidental death, injuries, murder, and a traitor. Some time travel stories get really confusing and hard to wrap your head around but this one is easy to keep track of which I really appreciate.
There is a large cast of characters who have a lot of different personalities which keeps things interesting. With a lot of time hopping, a mugging, a murderer pursuit, shopping, stakeouts, car chases, and just in time getaways there is plenty of action.
I loved the story and enjoyed how everything was set up for future books. Thankfully I have book two already so I don't have to wait and can jump right in. I definitely recommend Millenium Crash.
I received this book free from the author but I'm not obligated to write a positive review, just an honest one.