Its operatives travel through the Timeshaft preventing ecological disasters, but that's more of the back story. The plot focuses on leading agent Ashday's Child. What is his hidden agenda, why has he really spent his life flitting through the ages?
Length - 201 Pages
Star Rating - 4.5
Timeshaft is one of these stories.
It has the character that you just know ties it all together. It has travel between very early life right to the very end. It has future predictions that are an absolute possibility.
The chapters follow separate storylines of the characters, that every so often, interlock together until eventually, we find out how they are all connected. The reader follows the very first time travellers who are responsible for damaging the timeshaft on their first voyage, to the time traveller who is responsible for saving the world.
It's everything you want from a time travel adventure. The scenes are depicted so well it feels as if you are travelling through the timeshaft into another part of time.
More importantly, Bint touches on my favourite time travel subject: The past can never be changed because you were always there to change it in the first place. Time travel can boggle the mind, and I've spent many hours debating the very subject.
I would however, find it quite agreeable to discuss this topic with Stewart Bint.
Fast paced, intelligent and well written. If you're a lover on time travel such as myself, then make sure you read Timeshaft.
One more thing - Awesome main character name.
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