Review of Timekeeper

In Timekeeper, the sequel to Timepiece, Ms. Albano continues the story of Elizabeth, William, and Maxwell as they travel through time trying to create a better future.

Why to buy this book: This book focuses more on relationships and less on action than its predecessor, and I think the book is better off for it. This author seems more skilled at the romantic elements and character development, and she plays to her strengths. Truthfully, though, even the action sequences are better.

Why not to buy the book: Whereas I had a litany of complaints about the first book, I felt this one was much better. There was one interlude chapter I skip-read because it annoyed me so badly. The only other major issue I had was that some of the character conflicts got a little repetitious.

Bottom Line: This wasn’t the best book I’ve ever read or anything, but it was a good experience, well worth the $3 I paid for it. 4 Stars.


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