This is the second book the "The Breach" trilogy, of course the premise is completely bonkers, as in the first book. This time the breach entity is a time machine, with a difference, that I don't want to go into.
We meet Travis Chase again, and follow him through a series of completely unbelievable adventure scenarios, which are addictively page turning. I couldn't really buy into the baddie and his mad cap scheme for the world, and it felt to me that neither could Lee as this part of the plot seemed to be quite vague and the focus of the book was on the characters, the entity and the various adventures they went through.
Roll on part three!!!