“Where are the anti-gods, Waythrel?”
What I expected:
As I enjoyed Reader and was not so keen on Writer, I am hoping that Maker brings the trilogy back on track with a good conclusion.
What it was:
This was a better tale than Writer, I liked Waythrel. I’m not sure I truly understood many parts of this book. Maybe I wasn’t meant to! I certainly don’t think Waythrel was!
I wouldn’t read it again, but it has been thought provoking with its references to matter and anti-matter.
It does prey on my mind somewhat, so it has obviously made an impression. Maybe it just needs to sink in and be absorbed?!
3/5 Stars (What this means…five-stars-applied-carefully)
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Maker (Daughter of Time Book 3)
Until all is lost, nothing is found. The final element of a unique trilogy. A story in which the one that was lost will be found. Where a thief will guide against chaos and time. Where all that was held dear will perish. And in that final and utter destruction–there will be a Creation.
“Erec Stebbins concludes his Daughter of Time trilogy with a novel that manages to outpace its predecessors in its capacity to induce awe. Maker is a continuously rewarding science fiction work in which many surprises reach cosmic proportions. Exploratory fiction at its most powerful and intelligent. These are works that nurture wonder and sometimes break hearts. A brilliant conclusion to a series that tests the elasticity of imagination, with consistently stunning results.” -ForeWord Reviews, MAKER
“Mind-bending science-fiction, pushing the boundaries of description and readers’ expectations. -San Francisco Book Reviews, MAKER
About the Author
Erec Stebbins is a biomedical researcher who writes political and international thrillers, science fiction, narrated storybooks, and more.