Review: Time Fall by Timothy Ashby


Title: Time Fall
Author: Timothy Ashby
Publisher: Author Planet Press June 4, 2013
Genre: Fiction
Theme: US Rangers during World War II travel in time.
Format: Paperback
Age:Adult
ISBN: 978-1939990150
Pages: 356 pages
Source: Free copy from Nikki Leigh, Book Promotion Services and Tim Ashby. 
Rating: 4 Stars

Summary: 
April 1945
Ranger Lt. Arthur Sutton is in command of five US Rangers. They board a C-47 transport plane. Their mission is to parachute into an assigned drop zone over enemy territory-Nazi Germany. After leaving the plane, time shifts forward and they drop into the year 2011. Unaware of the change, they continue with their assigned mission. During the process they are faced with incredible evidence that nearly 70 years have passed. Meanwhile, old enemies and political beliefs have not changed; some hardened soldiers refuse to give up their pogrom.

My Thoughts:
I enjoyed reading this book for several reasons all leading me to rate this book 4 stars.
  • It is a creative approach to a World War II story. It incorporates the military and history of World War II and pairs it with science fiction time travel. 
  • From the opening paragraph to the last page I was drawn in to the story. 
  • I love World War II stories, time travel gave it a unique edge. 
  • I was impressed with Timothy Ashby's knowledge of World War II, as well as current government security and military operations.  
  • Time Fall is an action story with a romantic twist. I felt this gave me a respite from the busy military activities.
  • I loved the arrangement of the story. The basics of it were easy to understand and keep up with. Changing time periods could have become confusing, but I loved it and had no problem with keeping up. 
  • I felt the US Rangers were true to their era. I felt the author did a fantastic job with representing them true to form.





About Tim Ashby
Timothy Ashby's life has been as thrilling as one of his action/adventure novels. Visit his author blog at www.timashby.com.

An international lawyer, businessman and writer, Tim Ashby worked in Washington DC as a counter-terrorism consultant to the U.S. State Department, and then as a senior official - the youngest political appointee of his rank - at the U.S. Commerce Department, responsible for commercial relations with Latin America and the Caribbean. He held two Top Secret security clearances and worked with a number of colorful characters, including members of the U.S. military's Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC). He has lived in the Caribbean and Europe as well as various places in the United States. An avid historian, he published widely on military history, archeology, business and international relations. A licensed attorney in Florida and the District of Columbia, Tim Ashby has a PhD degree from the University of Southern California, a JD from Seattle University Law School, and an MBA from the University of Edinburgh Scotland.

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Filled with historically accurate details, Time Fall is a complex military tale that keeps readers riveted through every surprising twist. Read an excerpt and to enter to win a FREE copy of Time Fall, visit http://www.timefallbook.com/. For your copy, visit http://amzn.to/190ZMwe. You can also get your copy at all major book retailers.

Link @ Amazon:
http://www.amazon.com/Time-Fall-ebook/dp/B00D4WEQQ0/ref=tmm_kin_title_0
Kindle $4.99
Paperback $13.09

Comments

  1. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and impressions about Time Fall. It is a unique concept and the research definitely adds great depth to the story. So glad you enjoyed it :)

    Nikki Leigh

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  2. Glad you liked it. I didn't have time to be part of this tour, but I was curious about the time travel aspect of the novel.

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