Maker: Daughter of Time, Book 3

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The Climax of an Exhilarating Trilogy

Maker: Daughter of Time, Book 3

In this, the last of the “Daughter of Time” trilogy, we are taken on a journey through the narration of Waythrel, the Xixian who has been by the side of Ambra Dawn for hundreds of years.

Author, Erec Stebbins, takes the reader on a literal journey through time and space. Imagine if you will, having “memories of events that had not occurred.” Experience a sense of déjà vu as Weythrel and his traveling companion, Kloan, traverse the universe in ways that are heretofore unimagined. Once again, Stebbins’ ability to create believable worlds complete with the creatures that inhabit them is apparent. We connect with the heart and soul of the protagonists and understand the desires of his antagonists.

The greatest minds of of the universe and time had worked together to create a God whose nature they could not predict nor control, Ambra Dawn. Innumerable other gods form tenuous alliances in an effort to combat the inevitable. The “Anti” intends to destroy all, other than themselves.

A quote from Waythrel may help put it into perspective, “So, we can remain here, try to survive by avoiding the Anti below, only to perish eventually in some remote corner of the universe, or we can enter into this portal and risk eternal damnation to a self-referencing and modifying timeline?”

As we travel to New Earth and Old Earth, we observe the dying independent farm communities as they are overtaken by Agri-corps. Entire species, including human, risk annihilation. In time we move from beginning to beginning … and beyond.

Is this the harbinger of the end? You decide as Waythrel, through this human writer, Erec Stebbins, takes us to the simplistic, logical, abundantly clear and yet incomprehensible conclusion.

If you are an aficionado of strong science fiction I recommend buying and reading all three of the “Daughter of Time” series.

READER: Daughter of Time Book 1
WRITER: Daughter of Time Book 2

Disclosure: I received a digital copy of this book free from the author. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.

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