The Lights of Time by Paul Ian Cross

Well I’m finally out of my reading slump and its all because of this book. I read this book over the weekend and could never put down. When I did eventually put it down I couldn’t stop thinking about it. The whole concept is amazing. It did remind me a lot about time cop (yes the Van Damme film) Engella is a young woman travelling through time running from a group of hunters and trying to find her family who she hasn’t seen for god knows how many years.

Right come on lets get on with the review or we will  be here all day. As I said the story is about Engella who has a nifty wristband that lets her travel through time. Shes on a mission to find her parents while trying to escape from a group of hunters. The hunters are after her as she has something that they need. (im saying nothing more about that as I dont want to spoil the story) Engella has been to some very interesting places and times in the past and the future.

 

The book does offer quite a few different views points. Especially with the different characters and the different times they were in. I thought it may of confused the reader.  I also thought this might struggle to tie in the whole book together but Paul didnt dissapoint. This book tied in really well leaving me literally hanging on edge wanting to read the second book.

If you like a futuristic science fiction read then this is the book for you to add to your collection (and come on the cover is ridiculously awesome)

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15 thoughts on “The Lights of Time by Paul Ian Cross

    1. You would definitely like this book. It’s been ages. I’ve been good. Just working non stop. Haven’t been blogging alot lately. Got to many projects going on at once. Still find time for reading though 😁how are you doing?

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      1. I’m happy to hear you’ve been keeping busy! I’m getting by these days. Kinda stuck at home cuz of the pandemic. I’m back now from my blogging break.

        Have you read Dark Matter by Blake Crouch? I have a feeling you’ll enjoy it. It’s a highly intriguing sci-fi, alternate reality story.

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      2. Oh, you still need to work! Do take extra precautions and I hope your family’s doing well, too.

        Lol, I don’t have a review on it. It’s funny how I haven’t written one yet 😄 But it’s been a year since I’ve read it so now I can’t remember most of my thoughts except that it was some good mind-bending and thrilling stuff! The main guy is also a father and husband, so maybe you’ll relate to that aspect as well.

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