Daughter of Time Trilogy

Daughter of Time Trilogy

Erec Stebbins / Sep 19, 2019

Daughter of Time Trilogy READER WRITER AND MAKER All three novels of the trilogy in one book Speculative fiction with time travel alien armageddon metaphysical mysteries action adventure cosmology cybernetics religio

  • Title: Daughter of Time Trilogy
  • Author: Erec Stebbins
  • ISBN: 9781942360063
  • Page: 406
  • Format: Hardcover
  • READER, WRITER, AND MAKER All three novels of the trilogy in one book Speculative fiction with time travel, alien armageddon, metaphysical mysteries, action, adventure, cosmology, cybernetics, religion, and romance READER From the future, a final plea Out of the past, a last hope.Ambra Dawn, a young girl born to die in freakish disregard A doomed world, enslaved to foREADER, WRITER, AND MAKER All three novels of the trilogy in one book Speculative fiction with time travel, alien armageddon, metaphysical mysteries, action, adventure, cosmology, cybernetics, religion, and romance READER From the future, a final plea Out of the past, a last hope.Ambra Dawn, a young girl born to die in freakish disregard A doomed world, enslaved to forces unseen A final hope beyond imagining Become a Reader, because in the end, the most unbelievable step in the adventure will be your own.WRITER From hatred, Love From many, One.Book 2 in the Daughter of Time trilogy A love story and sci fi epic about the beautiful and terrible destiny of profoundly star crossed lovers with a galaxy s fate in their handsKER Until all is lost, nothing is found.Conclude the epic story of Ambra Dawn in the final installment of the trilogy A story in which the one that was lost will be found Where a thief will guide through chaos and time Where all that was held dear will perish And in that final and utter destruction there will be a Creation.

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      • Erec Stebbins

        Erec Stebbins is a biomedical researcher who writes novels in a variety of genres, focusing on thrillers and science fiction His work has consistently been praised for its action and thrills alongside a deeper, often philosophical angle The Internet Review of Books dubbed him master of the thinking reader s techno thriller.His novels have been called unique and pulse pounding THE RAGNAR K CONSPIRACY , altogether profound, reminiscent of Bradbury and Dan Simmons Hyperion DAUGHTER OF TIME TRILOGY , and startlingly dark EXTRAORDINARY RETRIBUTION with five star ratings in Foreword Reviews, San Francisco Book Reviews, Portland Book Review, and others Author Website Author PageFacebook Page


    578 Comments

    1. I ALMOST DIDN'T READ THIS BOOK Shortly after beginning this Epic Series, I had a discussion with another author regarding the impact of a mediocre review versus no review. I had earlier commented that I found almost all my reviews to have a four star, or better, rating. I concluded that was because there were so many good books available I wouldn't waste my limited reading time on something not worthy of a four star or better rating. I had commented that I had just begun a new series, "Daughter [...]


    2. Colossal waste of time. I read the first two segments and started the third, but could not force myself to continue. There might be a fairly decent sci fi novel buried deep within if you can wade through the psychological gobbledegook.


    3. (I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review).(This review may contain spoilers)ADERI'm not sure what I can say about this first book in the trilogy. The book itself and the storyline was actually quite intriguing. Ambra's character was an interesting one and I felt myself empathising with her through the course of the book, despite not always being entirely sure of what was going to happen.Although I have read many books that address the reader directly, it's always a good thin [...]


    4. I am simply reeling mentally with the mind blowing journey the author has led me through! The sheer expansion of my thinking of life, religion, science, and the unknown has literally left me bedazzled and breathless! Most Sci-Fi doesn't come close ! simply Loved it! Dare I read it again?Yes, I must!Oh my mind aches from the reading!Oddly I feel I understand!You of a kind who want to stretch your imagination to its fullest,Read this Book!


    5. This book is comprised of 3 books in one.Book 1 - 3 stars. I enjoyed reading this book, I loved the way in which Erec dehumanised the main character Amber. However, it did feel a little relentless at times. I felt for her and rooted for her to have something positive after all that suffering. The way Eric portrays humans as cattle used for their 'reading' abilities for more intellectualCreatures was a nice plot, I also enjoyed the twist of it written in a way that Amber was portraying her story [...]


    6. The first book was "Reader", and was about the life of Ambra Dawn. She was an extreme advanced "reader" with powers way beyond the norm. Readers were able to navigate star ships, and Ambra Dawn could also travel through time. Her story was quite interesting. The second book was "Writer", and told the story of Nitin. He was a warrior, and the love of his life was Ambra Dawn. This book was "their" story, how they met to how they were together in time. The third book was "Maker". It is the story of [...]


    7. I wrote reviews for books 1 & 2 separately giving them 5 & 4 starts, respectively.The finally book (3) is so strange and drawn out, I could only give a 3 in the end, at least to this part.It is a very unusual trilogy. I can't explain it without giving away what makes it so unique. It is like trying to explain the movie "Sixth Sense" to someone who hasn't seen it without ruining it for them. I don't know how you would do thisBook 1: narrator: Ambra DawnBook 2 I found really threw me off b [...]


    8. The Daughter of time scales up science fiction to such extent it looks like fantasy. The story is surreal and is in a way realistic because it is different than any other science fiction I have read. "Reader" follows the story of Ambra Dawn a human girl who is harvested for the special powers. The under goes torment from her human and alien captors and with the help of allies human and alien is forged into the ultimate weapon."Writer" follows Ambra through the eyes of Nitin an Indian soldier and [...]


    9. The premise of these books feels original, and I enjoyed the characterization of the alien races described. I felt that the third book especially was too grand in the sense that it lacked character-driven interactions. The last book especially was all about massive universal scenes of cosmic importance, which are good, but feel tedious one after another. The grandiose cosmic scale would be more impressive if it were interspersed with something concrete & character-driven (or even plot-driven [...]


    10. This volume is the three books of the trilogy. I love this instead of buying three books you buy one! This story is a space opera including time travel, alien armageddon, mystery, action, adventure, religion and romance. It is fun to read at times and other parts of this trilogy made me think.It transcends a genre but is part of many. It is a powerful and intelligent read.Disclaimer: I received an arc of this book free from the author/publisher from Netgalley. I was not obliged to write a favora [...]


    11. My review will be brief.The only reason I gave Daughter of Time Trilogy 2 stars instead of 1 is because I really enjoyed the first book.Reader promised a great story of sacrifice, pain, loss, and action but it is never delivered in Writer and Maker. If I hadn't acquired the whole trilogy at once, I would have fought anyone who told me the last two books were Reader's sequels. They are not worthy.I feel this was wasted potential.


    12. not for everyone I enjoyed the first book and then the story took a left turn into gods and random nonsense. By the third book I was feeling cheated by this nonsense as it wasn't really a story anymore. That said, I didn't dislike it either. I just wish there were a few scifi writers that would stick to something closer to science and quit trying to sell us fantasy stories that pretends to be scifi.


    13. I received all three the books from the author for an honest review. This is a excellent series that will take you to places you never thought possible. Masterly crafted to make this more than an enjoyable read. Every page was carefully crafted to enjoy, the plot was exceptional and the characters mind blowing.


    14. As the author himself notes, this book is not for everyone. However, perseverance does have its rewards, and in this case the reward is an epic journey through metaphysical and quantum realities, space and time that is probably brilliant in its scope and artifice. Personally, I feel drained by the level of concentration to detail you must bring to reading this trilogy.


    15. Intriguing I've read a lot of time travel books over the years but this had a lot of ideas I've not seen before. The anti universe and its (mythology?) was interesting. Fun read. There were some higher level musings about God and the nature of the multiverse that ought to be really engaging for some folks. All in all a fun read. The kindle edition was good, only saw 2 typos.


    16. I love the three books Reader, Writer, Maker. Ambra Dawn I am known as the Reader. Reader, dare to believe. Dram is the Writer. The writer is many of you prayed earnestly to save Old Earth, to funnel the latent Writer powers of your species across time. Waythrel of Xix is the Maker. I cast the dreams. It was a great book.


    17. Soul stirringThis book feels like it has expanded my consciousness to areas inside that I never even realized existed. It captured me on page 1 and I feel like I'm just beginning to return to my own reality. Can't explain exactly but it just "feels" right.What a ride!


    18. Something for the philosopher/scientist At times grandiloquent and self-indulgent, but occasionally grand and even fascinating. I would not recommend this trilogy to a SciFi enthusiast in search of an entertaining adventure. This is an epic journey that travels in deliberate circles. You will probably abandon the effort.


    19. Hard to stay with it.This started out making me wonder where it was going, but I got so bored by the second part that it took me forever to read. The way it twisted, just made it hard for me to stay engaged. The concept was interesting, but I was turned off by the pain the character had to endure.


    20. Wonderful booksVery stimulating. I especially liked the many and varied quotations that introduced the chapters. Once I started, I couldn't put this book down. I look forward to reading more of his work.


    21. enjoyed this seriesThese books are defiantly not for the close minded or dogmatically inclined. If you have a open inquisitive mind and enjoy stretching its bounds you will love the mind yoga found in this author's writings.



    22. I am so thankful for First Reads for allowing me to get this book. I have not yet had a chance to read it but once I do I will be sure to update this review.


    23. Wow!! Must read!!The best book I've read in a long time.Must buy many twists and turns to an ending not to be believed


    24. Metaphysical DelightMany of the ideas I've been thinking about (life, death, the cosmos) came together in this sci fi fantasy novel of monumental scope.


    25. Quite the seriesI am not sure I understand all the science and philosophy that the book is based on. I enjoyed what I did understand.



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