A Sickness in Time, by M. F. Thomas and Nicholas Thurkettle, Reviewed.


This is science fiction, but it is also so much more. Time travel with a difference; it’s plausible. The protagonists are wonderful characters, flaws and all. And I love the depiction of the arch-villain who represents everything I hold to be bad in the world.

A great story, full of adventure, action and event, but also brimming with philosophy and scientific theory that’s readily accessible. The novel explores a number of themes, but selfish greed is the most potent element.

A moral tale with many twists and turns to reach a conclusion as surprising as it is inevitable. A compelling and very satisfying read.

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