100 For Knot in Time
In celebration of Knot in Time hitting the century mark for reviews — absolutely blown away by this! — I’m having a sale next week. Beginning on May 28, you can pick up the Kindle version for 99 cents, but only for a few days.
Right now, however, Amazon is having a sale on the paperback at over 50% off! I’m sure this deal won’t last long so, if you prefer the dead tree format for your books, there’s never been a better time to pick this one up. (I can’t hardly buy them from the printing house at this price — it’s a great deal.)
Darius isn’t going anywhere with his dead end life. So what does it matter if he takes the recruiter up on his offer to become a Keeper? Everyone has given up on him anyway. He might as well get the heck out of Dodge…or out of 2012, at least.
Keepers are the custodians of time. If a thread gets messed up, well, you know. There could be all sorts of problems. But sometimes time dilemmas can get sticky in a hurry. Can Darius (Dare for short) murder someone to keep the thread intact? Can he wipe out thousands because it was supposed to have happened in the past?
This was a super snarled-up kind of story that makes you really think through the plot. All the many strands tie up nicely, to the author’s credit. I enjoyed it immensely. It does have some mild language and themes that put the age limit up into the teens. But for those older readers who like sci-fi, this is a great pick.
Thanks, Michelle! And thanks to all the reviewers for taking the time to not only read the story, but post your thoughts on the book. They mean a great deal to me.