Time of Destruction by John C. Meyers

My Rating: 5/5 Stars

Short Summary via Amazon:

“Time of Destruction” follows the devious exploits of Helman, and later the heroic efforts of Jerry Sheryl and Austin Johnson, as a catastrophic destructive force strikes the Earth in 2085, catapulting Johnson and Sheryl into a time paradox. As Johnson and Sheryl move back and forth in time between 2085 and 2245, they become entangled with Helman, as they search on the Moon, the Earth, and the L-4 Space Colony for the cause of the catastrophe, and for a key to preventing the “Time of Destruction,” and saving the billions of people who died in that “Time of Destruction.”

My Review:

My brain hurts after trying to keep up with the time paradox, but that’s only because I personally can’t wrap my mind around it. I’m the last person who should be reviewing this book based on that alone. However, the fact the author hooked me into this world should give you enough of a reason to pick it up yourself.

There’s nothing I don’t like about this book. The characters are well developed, the plot is secure even though you’re jumping around the timeline, and I loved the ending.

My only critique is that this book needs a little cleaning up as far as a few formatting, punctuation, spelling, and grammatical errors go, but they are few enough that I wasn’t too bothered by it.

This book was one emailed to me as a review request, and I’m glad I gave it a chance. Though, it took me a lot longer to read it than I anticipated, but that’s also my own fault. I’ll be going back to read the prequel soon!

This book was given to me free, for review.