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This is sooo amazing but I have a question at latest we use the time machine we go back 1 day and we helped astra are they past themself but what ever it was amazing story every body give genius 5 star whooooo please do more and quick I cant wait until the next story come out🎌😍
Cute hero design! Easy story but enjoyable to read, with enough drama/suspense to create me wish to continue reading. I don't believe the choices change the main plot much, but they give some extra/different scenes with the characters they focused on. With a bit of time and effort with the minigame, it is possible to obtain points to exchange for gems. With a certain amount of gems (15-30) premium choices are available to be selected. Thank you for the game!
I enjoyed the concept of this book, but thought it got a bit over complicated in the second and third parts. It's written for a teenage audience and would probably work well with teenage lovers of fantasy. My only beef with it is that the copy editing is terrible. Whoever edited it clearly relied on a spell checker, because there are an poor lot of wrong word usages - continence for countenance, exited for excited, bares for bears and so on, and that became very annoying for this reader.
I wanted to like this book. The first chapter was actually beautiful interesting. However, once the story moved into the wizard realm, the action slowed to a crawl for the next 7-8 chapters because the characters spent so much time explaining all the rules... then, once they started to move out into the globe the young main hero was so unrealistically adept and confident it just didn't ring real to me. After he totally went versus his experienced mentors' tip for the umpteenth time, with very small action event in the story, I just had to quit reading & move on to another book.
The Wizard of Time Series presents a fantasy globe almost as clearly described and colourful as in the Harry Potter series. The main character, Gabriel, is 13 when the story begins, but while middle school aged kids will have fun this, some of the concepts and ideas are definitely aimed at adult readers. The author has a amazing knowledge of history and the conditions in which the characters search themselves. Ultimately this is a book about the war between amazing and evil, much as Pilgrim's Progress, classic westerns, Harry Potter, and the Star Battles films are. No matter how the conflict is dressed up in magic and convoluted modifications of time and put this is its timeless theme. However, this is various in that the borderlines between amazing and evil are more fluid and changeable and therefore more realistic.
I have read the other comments. It appears the people who gave it low ratings never finished the trilogy. I agree that the third book was very poorly edited and has a multitude of grammatical mistakes that created me do a double take a created me reread and mentally correct the mistakes, that is regrettable and slowed the flow of the story. Overall I truly enjoyed the trilogy, It was quick paced and the story was very compelling. The characters were very powerful and I grew to know each one by the end. The villains were just that to the extreme. The amazing guys ran the gambit and some took a long time to become likable, but each had their own story. I think this is a exiting and fun read. The price for the enjoyment I received reading the book is incredible. Yes the book does move rapidly from one time happening to the next at times as some reviewers stated. This is a book about time travel after all, and I think the speed of happening conveyed that sense of time and put beautifully.
For one reason or another, I've read a few YA/children's books lately and can't say that I've been impressed. The best of the lot wasn't a YA book at all but an adult book that happened to have teen characters. So it was with low expectations that I picked up the "Wizard of Time" Trilogy (on sale for 99 cents) but was pleasantly e protagonist in "Wizard" is a young teen boy who is transported to an enclave of fellow wizards located in the age of dinosaurs. All of the wizards/mages have been transported from different times in history to war the "time wars" with the "dark mages". The catch being that you have to die first... And that is beautiful much the premise of the series in a is is more adventure story than fantastical creatures/extreme magic which was a plus for me. Different locations and times are visited with just enough detail to be interesting and hold the story moving. The characters are varied, sympathetic and interesting if overly easy by adult standards. While the amazing guys/bad guys are beautiful clear cut- as is appropriate for a children's book- I was impressed that Breedon did introduce some nuance with one of the "dark mages" and grey locations into the question of right and wrong.On the downside, this is essentially a self published book- evidently the author made his own publishing company. While much better than most SPAs, there were still spots where more rigorous editing and proof reading were needed- but not enough to derail the book. In addition, as an adult I did search myself getting a small tired of the over simplification and I'm not a huge fan of "all powerful" character plot lines. But those are failings that are frequently appealing to younger for age appropriateness, I would say if they are old enough to read it and be interested, it is probably fine. There are some scary situations throughout the books but they are quick moving and not overly graphic. You might download the sample and read the first chapter. If that isn't too upsetting for a child, they probably won't have a issue with the series.
Very engrossing storyline with well developed characters. Could benefit from a small more exciting to fix mistakes obviously out there by using some speech to text software, but overall the story was simple to read, flowed well, had an engaging plot and had left me wishing there were a few more books in the series!!
This is one awesome read. It will take you on a trip you don't wish to leave. It's taking the impossible to the improbable into a realm you can't imagine. Everything and everyone fits together like a hand in a comfortable glove. It is very well thought out and super well executed.
While I did have to suspend my disbelief because the logic didn't always flow, the adventure itself was a unbelievable ride. The main hero is very well developed. The other characters, although not as well developed, stay real to themselves and you grow attached to them very easily. Jump from land to land and time to time and discover this fantasy that sparks your imagination.
Liked the breakers series, particularly the beginning books. I saw this on bookbub for .99 cents bought it and read through in about a week and a half.- unbeatable value, a very long fun enjoyable trilogy- amazing characters, hilarious dialogue- interesting magic this thing while the deal is hot. If I had gotten the first one for .99 cents I would have bought the other 2 for full price, its that minor critique, almost every hero has the same snarky, sarcastic attitude. It makes you wonder - is this the land of sarcasm?
Ninety years ago I was a freak. Today I’m an amateur. Time After Time is directed by Nicholas Meyer who also adapts the screenplay from a story written by Karl Alexander and Steve Hayes. It stars Malcolm McDowell, David Warner and Mary Steenburgen. Melody is by Miklos Rozsa and cinematography is by Paul Lohmann. How delightful, a unbelievable idea is given an equally unbelievable presentation. The makers have come up with the idea of pitching Jack the Ripper versus H.G. Wells, in the show day of 1979. This after the Ripper (Warner) used Wells’ (McDowell) time machine to escape the Whitechapel police back in 1891, thus forcing Wells to track the infamous assassin to San Francisco in the future. There have been so a lot of fish-out-of-water based films over the years, it’s so refreshing to search one that has a genuinely original premise to work from. In the Ripper’s case he sees all the violence around the roads of San Fran and believes it’s his calling to be in this company. On the flip-side, Wells is perturbed to search that this is not the Utopia he had envisaged, but yet the science lover in him is fascinated by what he finds. Helps, too, that he has caught the attention of a very horny Amy Robbins (Steenburgen), who is equally fascinated by his genteel mannerisms. Naturally the fun has to stop at some point to allow the suspense and darker aspects of the story come to the surface. Meyer gets the blend right, dropping in small snippets of evil as Jolly Jack, resplendent with waistcoat and cash belt, goes about his bloody business, and then switching to the Wells/Amy axis as they test to build a relationship whilst trying to convince the authorities that a nutter is very much in their midst. It builds nicely, ramping up the tension considerably, and there’s always the pertinent question hanging in the air of if there is any hope for H.G. and Amy? Such is the rich characterisations and quality of story telling, we most assuredly care about the outcome to this splendid piece of time travelling cake. 8.5/10
love it! accurate, simple to use! (although id take the word TRAVEL out of the name....bc i use it weekly where I live -to check out, and go to various Catholic Churches. So its amazing for that, in addition to being useful for for travel Im sure. No issues or errors or bugs either
Because sometimes finding Mass times online can take a couple additional clicks to search I had in all honesty anticipated this application to have gaps. I was pleasantly suprised to search it functions as promised- streamlined, simple, and simple to search Mass, confession, and adoration times; even around my Midwest little town.
Lots of info to see; easier to use on a smartphone than a phone. Results seem limited to a certain radius from find location, so you may need to revise your find to see more churches. Lots of find options - not just Sunday, and not just Mass. Loaded a higher rated application first but it was missing churches in my home town. This one found them with all their Mass, confession and adoration time info. Very helpful if your screen is huge enough!
What is the point of having an application on my phone when the only delivery option I am offered is to collect the tickets at a station. Especially as my local station does not have a ticket machine or a ticket office with human presence!
When trying to register for the application it transfers you to the internet through your browser on your phone the browser online www service then refuses to accept my email address presumably because it has a hyphen in it no wonder this application has so low ratings