Author: Clark Rich Burbidge
Publisher: Deep River Books
Release Date: July 27, 2017
Rating: 5 Stars
Reviewer: Jessica Higgins
With more time travel and adventure than the first, the next installment is sure to be an even bigger hit with readers.
The Carson family is back ready for another StarPassage adventure, this time with a new family. Brothers, bobby and Mike are having a hard time after an accident has left Mike in the hospital. Bobby blames himself and is having trouble getting past what happened. Together the brothers and the Carson’s travel first to D-Day and then to 9-11 to learn the lessons the star has for them and help others in the process. During each time travel, they have to worry about the Trackers getting to them and the star, if that happens both the past and future could be in danger.
I have to say that the second book in the series is even better than the first. I felt like the action was ramped up causing me to feel more emotionally connected to the characters. I really liked the way the author weaved the different time travel episodes together with the present and how the little changes affected each time period. The addition of Bobby and Mike really helped the story. For some reason, I felt like their relationship was more believable than Tim and Martie. Even in this book they have too good of a relationship, it just needs a little tension between the siblings to make the relationship connect and feel more real. Overall this book was really enjoyable and I recommend it to readers that enjoy time travel mysteries with lots of action.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher. The views and opinions expressed within are my own.