Friday, July 20, 2018

Time's Alibi: The Quantum of Jazz Between the Sun and the Grave (Andrew Acheson #1) by Husky Harlequin - Review


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I received a free ecopy in exchange for an honest review from Book Review 22.

Andrew Acheson's grandfather has been searching for a cure since a rare blood born pathogen claimed the life of his beloved wife. His grandfather, David, has now been missing for over a year and is presumed to be dead. The rest of the family can't wait to get their hands on his pharmaceutical empire. Andrew's grandfather isn't dead, though, and Andrew will have to find him and deal with his most dangerous invention yet: time travel.

Time's Alibi: The Quantum of Jazz Between the Sun and the Grave (bit of a mouthful!) by Husky Harlequin is a great sci-fi novel with a cool time travel hook. It reeled me in from the first chapter and didn't let me go. I'd like to go into more detail about some aspects of the plot, but I don't want to get into spoiler territory. Trust me when I say it's good to go in nearly blind on this one. Each short chapter is quite fast-paced and packed with sci-fi action that you won't want to miss. I can say that Harlequin's storytelling is pretty solid. His time travel isn't the most original, but I have to admit it's still cool. Plus, his character development is quite good, particularly when it comes to Andrew. Andrew gets a pretty good arc over the course of the novel.

Overall, Time's Alibi is a strong sci-fi debut. If, like me, you're a fan of time travel you'll absolutely have to give it a try. I also recommend it if you're interested in reading about dysfunctional families, piecing together mysteries, and thrillers. I don't know about you, but I'm looking forward to the release of the second book in the Andrew Acheson series.



I read this ebook from July 7 - 10, 2018 and my review is also on Goodreads.

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