I felt I could read it a second time
5First Contact might not be what you expect

By Emanuel Grigorason May 27, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition

Bridge Through Time is a book that gets from me the best comment I can give to a book: I felt I could read it a second time and love it the same way. It’s not the first book written by Scott I read, but it is my favorite.
From the first pages I got emerged into a time and place where time travel and aliens are possible. Most books have strong first sentence and after they fade. It takes at least a dozen pages to pick up the interest of the reader. Bridge Through Time keeps up the pace in every chapter until the end.

Is well written and well thought. From the story line to the behavior of the characters that is definitely one that I’ve witnessed at most Canadians I’ve met. One of the strong points of this book is the description of the loss felt by one of the main characters, Max. He remembers the previous timeline, in which he had a different family, and mourns their disappearance as well as letting all his grief to influence the present timeline.

Half into the book the main character becomes Max’s son. He lives a different story. A blend of romance and balancing acts in two realities in which aliens modify the future in order to conquer Earth in the only way that works nowadays: economic war.

The end is somewhat open. I can’t help but wonder if there are more books to follow in this series.