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The Timekeeper Conspiracy (TimeWars #2)

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At first the discovery of minus time seemed like a blessing. Countries at war could fight their battles in the past rather than destroy the present.

But now the situation was desperate. Humanity faced the danger of a temporal split, with incalculable consequences, as a result of attempts to change the past.

So Captain Lucas Priest, a seasoned veteran of the Temporal Corps,

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Paperback, 248 pages
Published February 28th 1999 by Pulpless.com (first published April 1984)
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Andrew
Feb 27, 2014 Andrew rated it liked it
Now the real story starts to become apparent, yes the idea of fighting your battles in the past hidden amongst the historical conflicts may not have been appealing but the realisation that even greater stakes are now becoming apparent suddenly puts things in to perspective and the conflict though none the less real and lethal take on a whole new importance. After all who knew if one false move meant that you could never return back to the future you knew and loved. I am sure like many historical ...more
Jonathan Palfrey
Feb 18, 2012 Jonathan Palfrey rated it really liked it
This is the second book in the Time Wars series, and it's not quite as good as the first, but still pretty good: well worth reading if you liked the first.

The setting moves from 12th-century England to 17th-century France, and the Four Musketeers are involved. The plot is rather too complicated for my taste, with people of uncertain loyalty on both sides, but it makes an exciting story with some flamboyant characters.

The author correctly felt that Andre de le Croix, from the first book, was too
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Jim Razinha
Aug 04, 2011 Jim Razinha rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Update: The original comments were from a couple of years ago. I still rate this with four stars, although I'm still laughing at one particular tavern scene early in the book. It had me laughing out loud last night...I'd forgotten. That might earn another half star.


I have read all of the Timewars books, and thoroughly enjoy how Simon Hawke wove literature into an entertaining sci-fi tableau. Re-reading the first two while on vacation has renewed my interest and inspired me to read Ivanhoe and Th
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Beryll Brackhaus
May 05, 2015 Beryll Brackhaus rated it liked it
Shelves: classic-fantasy
The plor is pretty good and the characters are a lot of fun. But dear me, the constant expository repetitions of things we have already been told or of scenes we just witnessed a few pages prior... This book could easily have been shortened by half.
Lauren Wiseman
Dec 06, 2011 Lauren Wiseman rated it it was amazing
Shelves: sci-fi
The second TimeWars book involves conspiracy (obviously), musketeers, adventure, double-crossers, and a fast-paced plot that will keep any time travel fan entertained for sure. I highly enjoyed this and look forward to reading book three: The Pimpernel Plot.
Kawi
Jul 14, 2013 Kawi rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Četla se relativně hezky, docela se mi líbil menší okruh hlavních postav s různě propojenými vztahy, jen jsem občas v ději ztrácela a zcela ho nechápala. Ale hezké. :-)
Jason
Feb 21, 2011 Jason rated it liked it
If I remember the Three Musketeers correctly, this follows that plot quite closely. Of course with the perspective of the time agents.
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aka J.D. Masters, Nicholas V. Yermakov

He was born Nicholas Valentin Yermakov, but began writing as Simon Hawke in 1984 and later changed his legal name to Hawke. He has also written near future adventure novels under the penname "J. D. Masters" and a series of humorous mystery novels.
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