DNF: Link by D.A. Karr

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Link 
written by D.A. Karr
published by Createspace, 2015

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Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange  for an honest review.

Where I stopped reading: Halfway through Chapter 2

Why I stopped reading: The writing is just too bad, and every time I came across the acronym N.S.T.E.A. I suddenly wanted a glass of iced tea.

 

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What others have rated this book: The average rating on Goodreads is 3 stars. There were two 5-star reviews on Amazon. At Barnes & Noble, there were two reviews, both 5 stars. Just because I didn’t finish this book doesn’t mean you won’t.

About the book – from Smashwords: As the N.S.T.E.A. seals a deal to deliver time technology to the notorious outlaw, Menser, Captain John Garrick plots to undermine the N.S.T.E.A. as the Phoenix’s crew prepares for the inevitable – a fight to the finish. Garrick doesn’t live by its rules, and he knows one thing is for sure: kill or be killed.
Tick, tick, tick…timeliners never die. They never leave.

As the Earth shifts on its axis, mankind is caught in a war of survival and time. Imprisoned in this time war, Captain John Garrick and the N.S.T.E.A. Phoenix become a pawn between technology, humans, and what’s left of civilization. No amount of careful planning can prepare the time jumpers for the dangerous enemy that seems to predict their every move. As the N.S.T.E.A seals a deal to deliver time technology to the notorious outlaw, Menser, Garrick plots to undermine the N.S.T.E.A. Garrick doesn’t live by the rules, and he knows one thing is for sure: kill or be killed. Technology becomes the enemy and time an illusion as Phoenix’s crew prepares for the inevitable – a fight to the finish. Available on Amazon.com in paperback and audio book formats.

 

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Comments

  1. Too bad about this one. I feel really bad about thinking this way, but I just do at t his point, it is almost too easy for everyone to publish a book and I don’t want to waste my time filtering through all of that smashwords stuff. I am sure that there are some very good books there, but I will lazily leave it up to others to find them and read them after I see some good reviews. I know…I’m horrible.

    • I agree. I come across so many wonderful stories that are, sadly, in need of some SERIOUS editing. This one was so poorly written I couldn’t even make a decision about the story itself. Sad.

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