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The Time Manipulator's Son Paperback – December 10, 2014
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Top Customer Reviews
I really like that Singh describes that world in a way that makes the reader feel like you are a part of it. She has a way with making the characters really seem believable. They way that Biddle’s birth mom cared for him and insured that he was safe, was very telling of how a real mother would react to danger around their child. I felt for her, when she gave him to the couple that had lost their baby. With the good there also comes bad. My only really criticism of the story is that at the beginning it is very daunting to get through. All of the description and setting up of the story to me should be spread out a little more, but I understand why it was done this way. There is a lot of describing the world and what is going on, and that to me detracts from the story a little bit. Other than that, this book was amazing and it stands out among other books like it. After the first few chapters the story really starts to take off, and become a real page turner. The suspense and mystery make this story really shine. I am not really a person that likes stories about space, but this story really kept my attention. I would recommend that anyone read this story. It is a story for the young and older alike. Singh really has a talent for writing, and I can’t wait to see what she does next.
Ms. Singh’s refreshing and insightful take on familiar themes of prejudice, bullying and pre-adolescent angst, combined with plenty of hilarious moments add up to a captivating tale that will satisfy readers of all ages. I can't wait for the next adventure of Anomar and his friends!
Immersive world and imaginative story
Great blend of Trinidadian roots and culture without being typecast
Similarities with other acclaimed literary works
At times the description and depth of scenery draws away from the story
The characters seem to develop into stereotypes for the Sci-Fi/Fantasy genre
A great read and an even better escape to an alternate universe with non-linear comparisons