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Time is Relative for A Knight of Time

by Brett Matthew Williams

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This was a very interesting and unique take on this story. I have always enjoyed reads where there is a background or life story about a god, titan, figure of fantasy, etc whom we all have heard of. I was keen to read this story, as I remember watching one of the stop motion films, as a child, that involved a run-in with Father Time. I used to love watching it and have always enjoyed stories that involve him.

I also liked that the non-fiction background of the author meant that the story came across in a very different way. It was told as if all events were factual, rather than a fictional story. I thought it really made the read very different.

As it is the first in a series, it does take on a lot at once, trying to give you background, world details and character details, personalities and powers/responsibilities. It does mean that this read is very intricate, but I rather enjoyed that part about it. I do think that the books will be less dense, with detail, once the author has laid the groundwork, but if you are a lover of intricately woven tales, you’ll like this.

I loved the characters in the story. They were really fun to read about and it was great to have a story that told the ‘true’ story of several different characters we’ve all be read to told stories about. I found the characters had a lot of depth and their personalities match what I though they should, in comparison to their tale.

Overall, this was a good read. It is intricate and written in a very different way, making it a large attempt by the author, but I think he really pulled it off. I am keen to see where this series leads. ( )
  naturalbri | Jul 24, 2015 |
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