Welcome back everyone, it’s double trouble today! I bet you weren’t expecting a second review today!
Well I jumped into this as soon as I finished the second book, Lost Time so figured I could bring it to you at the same time as well since I technically forgot to set up Lost Time for you last week. Whoops!
We get another book where we don’t see Isabel at all. So I feel like my theory is holding true, don’t worry, I won’t ruin it for you! And some things are consistent with the previous books which really intrigues me!
Since you’ve figured out by now from the blurbs that we’re time travelling, we’re also universe travelling! Making the similarities and differences a really interesting point to consider and track. Which points are so key to the whole problem that they’re the same regardless, and which are the points that change whether they survive or not?
D.L. Orton suggested I’d be unhappy with the ending because of a cliffhanger, and yet this felt like it had a really smooth ending. The last book felt like it ended mid-paragraph. Whereas this had a natural ending and I can picture in my mind how the next book will pick up.
Am I going to be right? Who knows!
Am I looking forward to the next book? You bet cha! Can’t wait for her to finish writing it so I can bring you a review for it!
Thank you for reading and I hope you enjoyed this review; on Monday I’ll be reviewing The Secret Letters by Taryn Leigh.
2 Replies to “Dead Time – D.L. Orton”
Whew. I’m very glad to hear that you felt the ending was earned (even if it’s a bit of a cliffhanger). 😅
I’m hoping to have book 4 out soon and would love to have you as an advanced reviewer. The link to sign up is in the end matter of the books.
I so appreciate you posting your reviews at Amazon. Thank you.
I know you have LOTS of options for how to spend your free time, and I’m so grateful you choose to spend some with me.
The journey is the reward. Thanks for joining me.
Not a problem! I believe I’m already signed up to read the 4th book coz I had a feeling I’d like these!