Reviews

Reader reviews are always most appreciated and I certainly take suggestions and feedback seriously. For any author, reviews are like oxygen, for we need them to live.

To make your own comment on “Traveller – Inceptio”, please go to the Traveller Inceptio Page.

At this stage of my author process, reviews are made by both readers and reviewers. Enlisting the skills of bloggers and reviewers is a process fraught with risk, as most are very nice but some, well, aren’t. There are always trolls and nobody writes a book loved by all. I have learned some will take more time criticizing than they do in reading, while others can’t spell. Yet, fortunately, reviews for Traveller Inceptio have been overwhelmingly positive. Please check out the blogger and reviewer links below.

For a more comprehensive list of reviews, there are a few on Amazon and Good Reads, but the more complete list is my listing on the site of my Publisher: Austin Macauley.

Here are only a few links to bloggers and reviewers, for which I am most grateful. Their task is often thankless and, for many, is a labor of love.

Traveller Inceptio

Field of Bookish Dreams – by Laura

Literary Portals by Susana

Artisan Book Reviews by Ella and the Team

Author Anthony Avina

Review Tales by Jeyran Main

Alex the Show Girl

Book Room Reviews

Literary Titan

Traveller Probo

The Word Whisperer

NN Light Book Heaven

Anthony Avina – Author

 

 

Here are some other reader and reviewer comments:

VERDICT: 4****/5 Historical fiction mixed with sci-fi and adventure. A captivating and thought provoking read. Lovers of Michael Crichton and Bernard Cornwell do not want to miss out on this perfectly balanced combination. The Word Whisperer Read more

Word Whisperer

I had the pleasure of reading Traveller Probo and I personally enjoyed this book even more than the first I am now really looking forward to the third book in this trilogy. These books could easily become great movies or a Netflix series. Read more

Jack Brown

Traveller Probo is another rip snorter of a read. Get yourself a copy is all I can say. Traveller Probo is this author’s second book in a trilogy. Outstanding and even better than his first, Traveller Inceptio (but not by much!). Read more

Freya Quinn

For a book based on the aspect of time travel, its research into historical facts is apparent. You can see a real labour of love as gone into researching the different time periods. But where normally in a historical fiction, you only have one time period painted for you, the author has undertaken the burdening task of weaving a story that contains several different civilisations history, Saxon, Maori, Byzantine and Slovak Rus. Although all in the same period of time the differences between them are a vast gulf. You have the tribal, barbaric and cannibalistic tendencies of the Maori. The battle between Christianity and the old gods of Saxon England. Then there is the stark contrast of the trade routes between the then known world and the wealth and opulence of Constantinople. But you’re not left wondering where in time you are, each place is richly described.
I thoroughly enjoyed Traveller Probo and I’m looking forward to seeing where in history we’ll be visiting the last of the trilogy. I want to take this opportunity to thank the author for an ARC of his book to review. The Word Whisperer Read more

The Word Whisperer

Traveller Inceptio has logical, compelling features that enhance the action Read more

Don Sloan

A different, more complex time travel novel than most Read more

Don Sloan

Traveller Inceptio is captivating till the end. Read more

Sarath Babu

This story that will keep you reading all night long Read more

Nalini Singh

This book Traveller Inceptio is one of those books you can’t or maybe don’t want to put down. Read more

Dick Leonardo (Bookroomreviews.com)

I highly recommend ‘Traveller Inceptio‘ to the readers, who love Science Fiction, Historical Fiction and time travel genres. Read more

Super Intriguing