The Time Stone

Rated 3.67/5 based on 6 reviews
A group of unlikely heroes from the opposite sides of the track embarks on the most ultimate human adventure surrounding an ancient alien transportation device. More

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Words: 138,400
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311449580
Tags: time travel
About Jeffrey Estrella

I have been writing since I was eleven years old. I write fictional stories, plays, poems, and novels. I won an honorable mention in a young playwright contest and had a poem published in an anthology. The Time Stone, my first novel and breakthrough novel, is published on in print and on in electronic book format. I envision this to be the first novel in a series.

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Review by: V. on Jan. 11, 2017 :
Im usually not a reader of science fiction, but when j was recommended the Time Stone, I was blown away. Although, I have read other reviews on this book, Mr. Estrella demonstrated the type of passion and creative imagination that shoukd be shared amongst all literary writers. I was proud to read this book, and I hail it a 5 stars! Thank you for opening my imagination Mr. Estrella! 👍
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Review by: Dennis0319 on June 10, 2016 :
This was a really good read. It really picks up in the middle. Found it hard to put down. Would definitely recommend!
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Review by: David Gallardo on May 23, 2016 :
Jeff Estrella's novel The Time Stone falls under the genre of Science fiction and adventure. The story is a classic adventure of good versus evil spanning the course of 14 million years to present day and future day Chronix Bay. The story involves a group of time travelers named Howard Kowoloski, Mercedes, Tina, Celia, Milton Drax and James Timewalker who use an ancient piece of Emerald stone valued at sixty billion dollars to travel thru time. The group encounter many adventures including 19th Century Tennessee, 12th Century England, and to the Lincoln memorial during the height of the Civil Rights movement.

The book is influenced by many past authors including Jules Vernes Journey to the Center of the Earth among others.

The author should focus on an Editorial Manuscript for future editions in order to focus on adaptations.

Overall thoughts are that this edition is a dense read, requiring a tighter narrative and further editing. The plot is highly imaginative and the action is fast moving throughout the book.
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Review by: David Phillips on May 17, 2016 :
Cool story! I'm only a couple chapters in and it has kept my attention. Very creative! Nice break from reality and good entertainment!
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Review by: JamesFrazer on Oct. 30, 2015 :
I always like to give constructive criticism but here I can’t. It would go on for pages. Everything is wrong. The author should get some professional advice on writing a novel 101. The story might be good but I couldn’t follow it.
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Review by: Koby Skelton on Sep. 02, 2014 : (no rating)
Unfortunately, after what hints at a great storyline, this book suffers from severe grammatical errors. While I enjoyed the initial setup, I just could not continue further than chapter 5, due to the obvious screaming need for quality editing. If today's authors cannot even see the problem in singular/plural phrasing, or changing gender of a character mid-sentence while they are writing, why should an intelligent reader be asking for insults to that intelligence?
Please, submit this to a massive re-edit!
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Review by: John Wells on May 26, 2014 :
While the story is definitely a 5 star story, the grammar and run-on sentences makes it hard to read sometimes. I totally enjoyed the story and highly suggest a massive edit session.
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