The premise is wonderful and unique, twisting and turning as more of the character's background is unearthed, avoiding the usual pitfalls of writing a story involving time travel.
Time Fly is an exciting sci-fi prison break story, and I just had to keep coming back for more. Well-paced and well written, the story builds quickly as we become familiar with the lives of the shrunken inmates of Green River 5 prison, situated on the desk of the wardens on the 13th floor of a New York building. Inside the sealed glass dome - Jack and his crew are hatching a plan to escape, but with secrets, rivals and Warden Phipps to contend with, it is no small puzzle to solve. The premise is wonderful and unique, twisting and turning as more of the character's background is unearthed, avoiding the usual pitfalls of writing a story involving time travel. There was no problem following the chain of events that lead to the thrilling conclusion, and I would love the prospect of more to come in this universe because it feels like there is a lot more to know about the members of the crew. I would highly recommend Time Fly for an easy to read adventure that might just surprise you.
Luke Thrower, A LoveReading Ambassador
In the year 2153, time travel first became possible. Travellers could go back in time but only return to the present date, so were unable to predict or experience the future. There was great enthusiasm amongst politicians and scientists, as it was thought that past mistakes and atrocities could be rectified by returning to their origin and changing things for the better.
But there was a problem. Each time they attempted to alter the course of events; they changed the future in ways they could not have predicted. If a traveller interacted with someone from the past, even in the slightest way, history would adjust, sometimes with dramatic consequences in the present.
|Publication date:||27th December 2021|
|Author:||Paul E Casino|
|Primary Genre||Science Fiction|