Tuesday, March 7, 2017

The Chronocar by Steve Bellinger (Review)

*I received a free ecopy of this book for my honest review*

An Urban Adventure in Time

Imagine being born the son of a slave with the mind of a genius. That was Simmie Johnson in the years following the Civil War. After a perilous escape from oppression, he manages to earn a PhD in physics at Tuskegee, and in his research, discovers the secret of time travel. He develops a design for a time machine, called a Chronocar, but the technology required to make it work does not yet exist.click for review

Fast forward a hundred and twenty-five years. A young African American Illinois Tech student in Chicago finds Dr. Johnson’s plans and builds a Chronocar. He goes back to the year 1919 to meet the doctor and his beautiful daughter, Ollie, who live in Chicago’s Black Belt, now known as Bronzeville. But, he has chosen an unfortunate time in the past and becomes involved in the bloodiest race riot in Chicago’s history.


I love anything that deals with time travel so ofcourse I just couldn't wait to read this book.

It is a short one so it was a quick read that I read in one sitting and I just couldn't put this book down.  

The pacing is very good and the story is very well written.

I give this 5 out or 5. 

If you want to buy this book you can do so at amazon.com and amazon.ca.  If you would like to buy a autographed copy you can do so at http://www.stevebellinger.com/

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