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|Book Title||:||Demons of Time: Race to the 7th Sunset (Time Travelers Book 1)|
|# of Pages||:||3584 KB, 198 (Kindle EBook)|
Demons of Time is a unique fantasy sci-fi adventure that involves time-travel and a mission to stop human extinction.
In 3077 BC, two Time-Demons, Kumbh and Vetri are chasing an escaped mother, Dhara and her son, Tejaswi (Tej), into the Dandak Forest in India. As they capture the two runaways, an old sage comes forward to take advantage of the situation, and finally captures the time-demons he’s been chasing for 15 years and frees Dhara and Tej. The renowned sage is Guru Rigu and he must now find a way to intern Kumbh and Vetri for all-time. A Time-Prison is a place, a realm, or virtual reality where time is non-existent or immaterial – he needs to find the most secure one.
Within the University of Time-Readers, Rigu and his disciples look across all times and one group has identified a time slice in 2024 AD where a virtual reality game, called Virtexo 2.0, has been developed. There is one stage of the game the developers left unfinished and within that stage, the concept of time doesn’t exist. There is also a virtual character called Mengalz and that is where they imprison Kumbh.
A subsequent upgrade to the software introduces time and consciousness into the game’s character and frees Kumbh. Kumbh will take 7 days to re-orientate himself into the new time period before he can move bodies, jump time again and end mankind. Rigu, Tej and the team of time-readers will have those 7 days to recapture Kumbh.
It is a highly imaginative sci-fi story, but using simple languages and explained advanced technology without using hardcore physics and maths. This was an interesting concept of immortal beings who can project their consciousness into different timelines.
Time Travel meets Demonic Possession in this mythology-inspired sci-fi thriller. Pretty much says it all, but the twists along the way make this an even more fascinating read!
The cover is awesome! I am early waiting for the next book in the series.
All of these reasons are why I give it 5 stars.
I would recommend this book to all science fiction and fantasy fans.
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