Twists of Time by S. R. Cronin

Twists of Time by S. R. Cronin
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: Science Fiction
Length: Full Length (300 pgs)
Rated: 4 stars
Review by Rose

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This is the second book I’ve read by this author (you can see the review of the first book in the series here), and I have to say – while I liked them both, I enjoyed this one more.

Twists of Time deals with two stories in one. On the one side, we have Alex who is working on the one hand to protect his school and family and, on the other hand is trying to help an old school friend solve a mystery and help find the pieces to a puzzle. There are also different POVs and many twists (loved the play on words the author used there) to help tell a story that actually began centuries ago with a secret passed on generations and a mother who splits her family to save that secret.

As I mentioned, there are many POVs in this story and you aren’t sure who the “bad guys” might be. The mystery is well written and kept me on the edge of my seat. The secondary storyline also adds an element of tension to the story that is not only timely but thought provoking. It was also good to catch up with characters from the other book; however, it is definitely not necessary to have read the previous book in the series. This one stands on its own wonderfully. I’m interested in reading the rest of the series.

Good job, Ms. Cronin!


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  3. Bernard Wallace says

    What types of books do you like to read?

  4. James Robert says

    Thank you so much for taking time to bring to our attention another great read. I appreciate it and thank you also for the giveaway.

  5. Rita Wray says

    Sounds like a good read.

  6. A question for those who comment: Are you more likely to pick up a book if it’s labeled as fantasy or as science fiction? As someone who writes books that fall somewhere in-between, I’d love to know!

  7. Dale Wilken says

    Sounds great.

  8. Bernard Wallace says

    Which character do you most relate to in your book?

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