Apocalypse Disrupted: time shift strategy by Timothy A. Freriks (Amazon, Goodreads)
One of the high points of my work for Starving Reviews LLC is that I always get a new variety of meals out of the pantry. While I’ve dined at the table of political thrillers in the past, this one adds a swirl of alternate histories and time travel to spice the mix up. Of course, we all know that adding new spices to any recipe is there’s always a chance that the new ingredients screw up the meal. Is Apocalypse Disruptedan example of that or does it pull off the blending to make a better whole?
Before we answer that question, let’s review the Starving Review rules:
I attempt to rate every book from the perspective of a fan of the genre
I attempt to make every review as spoiler-free as possible
Good morning, friends! It’s time once again to open the pantry, pull a fresh dish to review, and bring in that dish’s chef into the kitchen to have a few woods. This week, we talk to Timothy A. Freriks, author of Renaissance. Let’s see what’s on his mind!