Time to Lie — Book Review

Thank you to James Clark for taking the time to read and review my novel Time To Lie!

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Parental Advisory: I’m opining an ERSB Rating of PG-13 on this book for profanity, sexual references, graphic images, and violence.

I’m giving it a quality rating of 4 stars, but only because it’s more earth-bound than the 5-star rating I reserve for books floating around in the troposphere alongside the likes of “David Copperfield”, “Huck Finn”, “The Time Machine”, and “The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe”


It’s been awhile since I’ve taken the Time to sit down and read a contemporary novel. Even longer for one of the Young Adult ilk. My fiction staple usually hovers around the classics with authors like Dickens, Twain, H. G. Wells, and C.S. Lewis. But, as a favor to a blogger friend, I snagged a copy of “Time to Lie” by Phil Taylor and dove headfirst into the ephemeral clouds of Time. And while it’s no Wells masterpiece, I enjoyed it exceedingly.

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One response to “Time to Lie — Book Review

  1. I am enjoying it so far too! I’ve been reading it on my bus to and from work, but the weather keeps being sunny, so I am am able to cycle. It’ll probably start raining soon so I’ll be able to finish it and write you another review. 😀

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