Review of “D-Day : Time Patrol”

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Book Reviews – “D-Day: Time Patrol” eBook was published in 2016 and was written by Bob Mayer (http://bobmayer.com/). Mr. Mayer has published nearly 60 novels. This is the fourth in his “Time Patrol” series.

I received a copy of this novel from the author in return for a fair and honest review. I categorize this novel as ‘R’ because it contains scenes of Violence. The story is based in contemporary times, but as you would expect from the series title, agents travel back to various times in history.

The Time Patrol is a super secret unit that is sent back in time to protect our timeline from the Shadow. The Shadow is a mysterious group that for unknown reasons wants to destroy us. The Time Patrol analysts detect that a disruption in our timeline will be attempted on June 6 in various years in history.

The Time Patrol agents are sent back to 1998, 1944 (hence the name of this volume in the series), 1843, 452, 478 BC and 32,415 BC. Each of the six agents will travel back for 24 hours to battle the Shadow. Most are being sent to very dangerous time periods, and Shadow agents will do anything to beat the Time Patrol. It is far from certain that all six will return.

I enjoyed the nearly 6 hours spent reading this 234 page science fiction thriller. There are a few technical details of their time travel ability that get skimmed over, I assume they were covered in prior volumes of the series. This book reads pretty well on its own, but there is clearly relevant history in the prior volumes of the series. I would suggest starting with the first novel, “Time Patrol”. The cover is OK, but a more appropriate one would be of the airborne assault as that is where the Time Patrol agent is placed on D-Day. I give this novel a 4 out of 5.

My book reviews are also published on Goodreads (https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/31181778-john-purvis).

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