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Reviewed by Steven Robson for Readers' Favorite
Craig Barrett’s Out Of Time, Volume I, Episodes I-III, takes us to 2038 and introduces us to Dr. Nathan Hawke, a precocious intellect who becomes a precarious traveler in time. Nathan has always been different, being singled out from an early age for his incredible intelligence, and moved through a system of education that catered for his learning, but steamrollered his childhood. Coming through this system with many qualifications, his true passion resides in time travel, where he longs to visit past eras and witness history unfold. Whilst this trip may seem improbable to most, Nathan has his own ideas about it and when he applies his full resources, he may just find the key to make it happen. The only question to face now is not as simple as it sounds; should he?
Out Of Time by Craig Barrett is a wonderful adventure that takes you to incredibly diverse and fascinating environments in an easy to read, casual style. The plot is constructed in a very clever way, which segregates instances of Nathan’s travels into episodes, which can also be read like short stories. What continually ties it all together in a very skillful way is Nathan’s journal, which provides a vehicle to recap previous parts of the plot and pull it all into a much clearer overview. This technique, combined with the carefully structured plot, removes a lot of the normal confusion that invariably accompanies time travel books. If you are looking for an amazing adventure that contains all of the emotions and interests you could desire, Out Of Time is the book for you.