Book Review: Legend of Things Past

The Legend of Things PastThe Legend of Things Past by Phillip William Sheppard
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Donovan Knight is no stranger to top secret assignments, and he is good at what he does. He assumes this one is the like the others, but is stunned to go back in time to pull off saving the planet. Consequences abound, whether he is successful or not, not to mention the whole distorting the time-space continuum thing. But the survival of the future, and more importantly, his family, depends on his mission succeeding, and there is nothing more important than his family.



In the interest of full disclosure, I am a Survivor fan, and am happy to support contestants, hopefully without the obvious fangirl nerding out. Upon discovering that Mr. Sheppard wrote this book, I immediately had his voice in my head reading it to me, which made it all the more fun. The plot moves quickly, and while I question some of the timey-wimey parameters, it’s a great read with a few twists and turns along the way. Mr. Knight’s motivations are very clear, and it makes for an interesting decision making process for him. I really did enjoy the book and for anyone looking for a light sci-fi read should pick it up.


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