Joseph Almena split a powerful crystal between Dr. Lawrence
Withrow and Dr. Steven Talbot. While Withrow wants to
preserve and protect the future, Talbot is bent on using
the power to move from one dimension in time to another for
his own personal agenda.
Marion Pallor, a detonator, which is to say that his body
breaks down scattering his molecules into the air and
filtering them into the tear that the detonator has
caused. He is a man that is at the mercy of his link, a
person who has a mystical connection with him. The link
can send him anywhere in time. Lucky for him, his link is
Withrow's daughter, Carrigan, who wouldn't knowingly send
him into harms way. Most detonator's aren't so blessed.
James Sampson, very British, is married to Carrigan. They
are expecting their first child.
Cam Wate was a USA Marine, been married twice and is one of
Jack LaRae, wife deceased, is a guard from the French
Gavin worked for the government and is the guard posted at
King Henry's II dimension
Their job is to make sure nothing disrupts the way history
should be played out.
The tunnels of time that they use are random disruptions
between realms and this crew is able to pass between the
tears in the fabrics as they battle for order against
Talbot's team that is bent on chaos.
If this isn't enough for this ragtag team, Withow's
experiment to use a device other than the tunnels to pass
between dimensions causes an explosion that sends Carrigan
into a coma. In this state she is unknowingly detonating
Marion all over the place. He ends up in a time, where he
debates taking a chance to change fate.
The team also must deal with a new detonator, Desi. They
hope they can show her a way to survive for no telling
where her link will send her.
Because of unforeseen events, the tunnels between times are
collapsing. The team must find the Armenan crystal that
was given to Withrow before it is too late. Aseria, a
witch may know where to find it, but she's asking for a
price that may be too high for the team to accept.
This novel is fast-paced, non-stop action. You'll be
hooked from page one. I can see this as a series on the
Sci-fi channel, viewing this team's adventures week after
week. Ms. Rose has written characters that are memorable
from grumbling Gavin to Marion Pallor that has seen too
much in his hectic detonating life. I haven't read the
first book, and I had no trouble following what was going
on, but I can tell you, that this fan will definitely
snatch up the first novel just to see how this all began.
Well done! Highly recommended for Sci-fi fans! You won't
Reviewed by: Karen
Michelle Nutt, author
Reviewed by Karen Michelle Nutt
Posted January 1, 2008