Mind bending time traveling adventures to change history and destiny
Er Jwee Chiek
Not since Philip K Dick’s science fictions or Andy Weir’s “The Martian’ have I enjoyed another science fiction such as John Meyer’s ‘Time of Destruction’ because of the fascinating subject of time traveling.
John Meyer introduced the concept of navigating not just temporally but also spatially such that our time travelers can navigate themselves or pass through solid objects. The motives of time traveling are to change history and destiny, like preventing a loved one’s untimely death or (stop) the genocidal act of an evil man.
This is one of the best time travel stories I have ever read!
This is one of the best time travel stories I have ever read, with very real heroic characters and a villain that is up to the task to oppose them.
The story literally begins with a dramatic explosion in the first chapter and moves at a very fast pace, through many plot twists, to a surprising, but very satisfying conclusion
I couldn’t put the book down. I had to know what was coming next.
This book was sent to me by John Meyer. I have to say this book was fantastic. Though it talks of destruction it also talks about love, lost, and rebuilding of earth and a space station that’s more of a second earth.
Austin, Susan, Jerry, Aiasha, Caroline, the Frazier’s and the rest of the characters made the book come alive. There were times that I actually felt that I was on the space station looking down on the Earth and seeing the Moon. It was just fantastic. If I had to rate this book from 1 to 10, I would give it 110+. I couldn’t put the book down. I had to know what was coming next in the ‘Time of Destruction’.
Retired Engineer, Science Fiction reader for 60 years
I have been reading Science Fiction for 60 years and Time Of Destruction is the best first novel I’ve ever read. Excellent story line and characters who are real and fun to experience. I recommend this book to everyone, young or old. This is a must read.