Multi-volume, multi-genre, award-winning author, Veronica Tabares, introduces us to her sci-fi masterpiece, Time Without:
Vanessa is a strong, independent woman. Or she was, until she awoke in a world strangely changed. And when her husband and father of her children is in trouble, Vanessa realizes it is up to her to figure out what went so wrong in the world.
Vanessa’s journey takes her to the Department of Temporal Adjustment, the department tasked with handling all time travel, where she and her spunky kids go on a hilarious adventure through time—all while traveling incognito.
I will be quite frank. I am partial to sci-fi stories, I am very partial to stories about time travel.
I loved this story so much! Such good writing, I am surprised this has not won an award! It was more fun than a barrel of monkeys!
The story is full of humor and I laughed out loud multiple times. There is a great deal of dialogue. How could there not be, with four girls who are drawn out so well in the story. The characterizations are pretty well done, the action was quite good also.
Do Vanessa and her daughters set the world right? You will have to read the book and find out for yourself. You won’t be disappointed.
I award Time Without a score of 4.8 stars. The score would have been higher except for the handful of spelling errors I found.
The author has informed me the corrections are being applied to the e-book, so your reading experience should be all the better.
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Tags: time travel, science fiction, adventure
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