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Paralysis Paradox (Time Travel Through Past Lives Adventure Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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There is Richard, who is a prince, Charles, who is a boy learning a trade, Vicky, who goes to boarding school, and a being that has no arms, legs, or wings. They are each going through similar experiences in their lives and are becoming more human because of their connection to one another. Although this is the beginning of the story, it doesn’t end with a terrible cliffhanger, but it does leave you wanting to read more. I would recommend this book to fans of science fiction novels.
The chapters are short, and sometimes I found the events a little hard to follow, such as at the beginning of Gunshot, 1911. There is more violence in the book than I care for, especially as it sometimes is gratuitous violence, such as killing off Alpha in the prelude, and the murder of the child in Gunshot, 1911. Yet the main characters all seem to have a strong sense of wanting to prevent harm to other people. The way that the main character has four different lives is interesting, especially as memories from one life sometimes pop into a current life.
Although this is a self-published ebook, I think Sanders could be a professional writer if he had some guidance. If his action scenes were a little clearer, and if he developed his stories with less violence, I think he could become a mainstream author. It will be interesting to see if his writing changes with future books.
I have often wondered if the feelings of deja vu are caused by memories being transfered to a person from another life. I think it would be confusing to be aware of living another life and the author captures the complexity of the situation. Just a caution there are some violent scenes that are sometimes gory and graphic. Overall, science fiction and fantasy fans who like time travel paradoxes will enjoy this book.