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Shadows of Time - Probable Outcome (Volume 2) Paperback – May 10, 2013
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"Strong characters, ready wit and an excellent sense of plotting enliven Reinemann's propulsive tale, which never flags in its 700-plus pages." -Kirkus Indie
About the Author
Joseph Reinemann was born in Ithaca, NY in 1985, the son of an electrical engineer and a former peace corps member/grade school science teacher. His first five years were largely spent on the move, including a year spent in Islamabad. In 1990 his family settled in Madison, WI, where he attended school and decided in second grade that writing a novel couldn’t possibly be that hard. After several disillusioning years of work and numerous failed attempts he was forced to revise his position, but kept on writing anyway. In 2003 he was recognized by the National Association for the Advancement of the Arts for his first novel, Shadows of Time. He has studied a variety of topics, receiving degrees in English Literature and Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin. He also has a variety of hobbies ranging from boat building to drama to robotics, all of which he eventually hopes to write about. He currently lives in Madison with a very precocious and spoiled golden retriever near his family, including younger sisters Elise (a 2nd grade teacher) and Rosa (an actress).
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There's lot of humor and common joviality throughout the book. There are also a lot of errors that you'll have to dig through, like duplicate sentence fragments that appear in later paragraphs and out of place, and missing words. I also found it a challenge to keep in touch with the plot as the story jumps between two very different and distant time lines.
I did like the character development and found the story fairly accessible to teens and above with a few swear words and violence (there is a war going on after all) and only innocent and clumsy male/female conversations.
It's easily worth the price for science fiction fans.