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Saving Time (The Time Police Book 3) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B08PV3ZRXX
- Publisher : Headline (October 14, 2021)
- Publication date : October 14, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 5838 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 497 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,230 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Yes, Luke is a playboy but he's progressed way beyond a snarky privileged jetset kid to a guy who is not only smart but also brave and principled, and we're glad to see it. On the other hand, Matthew has matured greatly, grown in confidence, and realizes that yeah, he really is more Time Police than anything else. He's becoming more intuitive and many times far more mature than everyone around him, a lion-heart in disguise..
As always, the author writes well-rounded and marvelous female characters, and her panoply of St Mary's women (especially the marvelous Max) has now expanded to include TP Commander Hay, Officer North and the great new character of Jane Lockland. Jane has moved on from being a fearful victim of mental abuse, with not one iota of confidence, to a young woman coming into her own, able to defend herself, and finding surprising strength along the way. The formerly mousy Jane is finding her inner Wonder Woman. Knowing she has a lot of people in her corner is a real confidence booster, too.
There are so many funny moments in this book, especially the epic "date night" which made me seriously laugh out loud as I turned each page. But mixed in with the abundant humor is treachery, poetic justice, misunderstandings, time slip mayhem, tragedy, and a dastardly plot by a Really Bad Person.
We also learn about the underbelly of sexism at TP HQ, but also more about Ellis, the dark horse Callen, and especially Grint. Lt. Grint also has a way to go but layers are being peeled off to reveal a guy with occasionally surprising depths of sensitivity in spite of himself. I think the author is having a LOT of fun writing up scenes with him in them. He's very brave, a good and caring leader, people trust him as a leader for good reason, but is still an outlier who's finding his way through the treacherous shoals of social interaction. It'll be great fun to see how he progresses through the series.
If you see this, Ms. Taylor, I hope we see Book 4 in the not so distant future!
Nothing could be further from the case.
Saving Time might be the most thrilling, head-scratching, edge of the seat story she’s written so far. Never (and I mean NEVER) a dull moment, with no letting up even slightly on the gas pedal, this one had me alternately holding my breath and gasping in shock/delight/fear/worry throughout its happily hefty length.
If you like time travel stories even a little you really should read all of her novels and short stories, but if you’re just starting out, you could do worse than reading the three Time Police books first, then going back through the wonderful backlog. (Though I’m very glad I started with the very first St. Mary’s novel and worked my way forward - and backward - through them all.)
Highly recommended - enjoy the ride.
And in this 3rd installment in series she adds hilarious word plays. The Easter Eggs are delicious. Whole series Highly recommended. Not a stand alone read, it needs to be read in series sequence.
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disoriented, I would understand if the author was an American but she’s not, Jodi is as far as I know English, I will blame predictive script and ignore it. Keep these books coming they are terrific.
Jodi creates characters that you can invest in and care about, something a fair few writers should take a lesson in. There is mystery and intrigue, too and the curve balls keep coming.
What don't I like? The fact that I'll now have to wait so long for the next book in this series, but never fear, there will be St Mary's and other books along shortly.
Now, I'd better get some housework done!