The Nautilus Sanction (Time Wars #5)

The Nautilus Sanction - Simon Hawke

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Title: The Nautilus Sanction

Series: Time Wars

Author: Simon Hawke

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars

Genre: SFF

Pages: 244





The insane Russian from the previous novel, who happens to be a time rebel and the son of one of the most important men in the Time Military, sets out to be Captain Nemo and cause so many time splits that everyone will just have to live with it.

We are also introduced to a crazy genius [crazy seems to be rampant in these books] and Jules Verne, as well as our usual cast of Heroes.


My Thoughts:

Honestly, this was pretty meh and just kind of silly.


All of the "authors are so smart and observant and brilliant and creative" bs got on my nerves too. Maybe "authors" are all that, but in this day and age I see "writers", not "authors".


I'm giving this series one more book to keep me hooked. Otherwise, it's Curtains!