Cameron S. Currie has been writing since sometime in elementary school in the late 1860's. He likes to read books by the bucketload, and is always working on his next book. His completed works include A Human Number and Depends on the Strength of the Yes, and a fantasy series (recently dubbed 'the Oubliette') that includes Shiv, My Name's Not Girl, Half an Ogre, and A Map of the Inner Skull. He recently published the long-awaited Starship Rumpelstiltskin, and is planning on releasing Hand to the Work, the fifth Oubliette novel, before the end of 2022.
This was my first book, so it'll always have a special place for me. It's the same genre as the old Twilight Zone TV show (not to be confused with Twilight), a sort of weird cross between science fiction & fantasy, with a decent amount of comedy and a touch of horror. I'm currently in the midst of releasing a second edition, which should fix any of the errors I let slip by me during my first tour of duty. More on this as my release date approacheth.
A fast paced story that kept me turning the pages to find out what would happen next. As Bill travels through time there are some eerily prophetic moments that had me shaking my head in disbelief. The author takes you on a journey and paints a clear visual with his narrative style. Cameron’s quick witted dialogue helped his characters come alive and made for some laugh out loud moments. I would have given it five stars but I am generally a romance kinda girl.