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Paradox Paperback – July 13, 2013
About the Author
Although not a superhero, C. David Milles does have a dual identity. He is a middle school teacher by day and a writer by night. He enjoys exploring the building blocks of stories, especially through the lens of the Hero’s Journey.
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I loved reading this book. There were so many times I wanted to pick up the phone and call a friend to discuss something that took place in the book. The things C. David Milles comes up with are mind-blowing. I really sat and thought a lot while reading this book. I imagine Mr. Milles’ office walls being filled with extremely complicated flow charts in an attempt to keep everything straight during the crafting of this book. I have not read many books on time travel so I really can’t compare Mr. Milles theory to any others.
The book is written for young adult, high school kids perhaps, but as an adult that didn’t bother me at all. This book had me hooked from beginning until I gasped at the end. For me, C. David Milles’ first book is a winner.
I very much liked the way that (no spoilers from me!) it was brought full circle in the end. The premise is a difficult one, not easily explained and not easily understood, so in places, I wished for more depth of understanding. On the other hand, because this is such a difficult premise, I thought the author did an excellent job of keeping personal interest high without losing us in the details of how it was all possible.
If you can suspend your disbelief just a little further than usual, you will greatly enjoy this quick and easy read.