Mark Twain wrote: It's better to keep your mouth shut and appear stupid than to open it and remove all doubt.
#4 in The Evaran Chronicles
Category: Science Fiction
Average Rating: 4.0
In the year 3104, United Planets Agent Jane Trellis finds new hope in cracking the illegal augment trade when time travelers Dr. Albert Snowden; his niece, Emily; V; and Evaran arrive at Roeth, a planet 740 light-years away from Earth. With Jane's new allies, she can finally check out the Dyson bubble that is under quarantine. On a personal note, she hopes to discover more about how her husband died while working there. Experiencing timeline changes, meeting multiple timeline versions of people, rooting out a timeline anomaly, and facing off against a timeline threat were not things Jane had envisioned herself ever doing, yet she finds herself in the middle of all those issues. Becoming a time refugee was definitely not on her list of things to do.
This story is classified as SF, but it should probably be classified as fantasy, since the "science" in this story is ill-defined and somewhat inconsistent. The highlight of this story (and this series) is the delightful cast of characters. And Michael Pauley's voicing of these characters is spot on.
NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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