Thursday, January 7, 2016


The author had a giveaway for copies of this book on GoodReads and I won one of the copies being offered; and the following is my honest opinion.

This is the first book I’ve read/reviewed which has the multi-genre combination of science fiction/fantasy, historical fantasy and I found it quite interesting once I got into reading it.

Being a child of the 1950’s, I couldn’t help but sense elements of television shows I had watched as a child coming into play as elements of the storyline.

The main character Lawrence R Howard determination of hiding his true personae of being highly intelligent, being able to solve problems affecting everyone, changing the political environment of the world, without concern to himself, under the disguise of being a meek individual. This reminds me of the Danger Man/Secret Agent television shows of the 1960’s, which probably also played a part in the book’s title and creation.

The idea of being reincarnated reminds me of Dr. Who, who when the time came to “move on” became another individual.

The concept of an earth-like planet in this book, the trip to a “new” world and remnants of an old, etc., when coupled with the way Mr. Howard signed his name for a trial by jury request [L. Ron “Howard] created an image of L. Ron Hubbarb in the back of my mind, which is probably wrong.

For the reading experience given me by this book, I’m giving it 4 STARS


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