Fractime Symmetry (Part 1)

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
The NGA's Agent Scott enlists John Mackinac’s help in unravelling the truth behind a time-inconsistent artifact (TIA) discovered on the island of Martinique in 2052. Using technology developed by a top-secret NGA research group, Mackinac and Scott trek across the multiverse to discover if the TIA proves terrorists also have this technology. (ver 2.0) More
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About Steve Hertig

Steve Hertig is a geologist with over thirty years experience observing and studying the Earth. With degrees in geology and physics and author of numerous technical publications, he is now incorporating his love of the Earth and the universe into science fiction. He lives and writes in northern New Zealand with his wife Sonya.

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About the Series: The Fractime Saga
Fractime’s story tells of key times surrounding the Universal War, a conflict pitting humanity against machine and itself throughout time. The Family enlists friends to journey across the multiverse to discover their fate and what is behind the Universal War.

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Review by: Tim Seabrook on April 4, 2018 :
This review applies to each of the Fractime books that I have read (3 so far).

If you're looking for a detailed sci-fi adventure that seems to have it all, then these books are well worth reading. Dealing with time travel, parallel worlds and paradoxes in a riveting and compelling way that allows the reader to follow what is going on without getting confused has been done exceptionally well. And this alone would give it a 5 star rating.

The character development, along with setting descriptions and the way everthing interacts makes for great reading. There's plenty of action across multiple Earth's, as well as other planets and places in different time periods.

However, I can only give it 4 stars because the books do need to be edited as there are numerous spelling and grammar issues that need to be addressed. Sentences with missing or extra words and occasionally, some that you have to interpret as the actual sentences don't make sense. These errors do detract from the books and happen throughout, which is a shame because if they were corrected, then readers would get greater enjoyment from the stories.
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Review by: Ray Ferguson on Jan. 28, 2015 :
Outstanding! Well worth reading.
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