These great characters are so interesting and full of surprises. This story is about the impossible, but Kat Jaske makes it all seem so believable.
One of the main characters in France in the year 1641 is murdered, but that is not the way history remembers it. Konrad has accidentally been yanked from 1641 to our near future, by time travelers in the far future. Get your brains around that. He promptly proceeds to change history from that point on so as to create a disaster in the far future. Excerpt: The nearly thirty-year-old woman scarcely lifted her head and fixed her indigo eyes on Keith. "I wasn't quick enough." . . . We have a major time disturbance manifesting in the field," she said, her voice remaining lifeless." . . . Right now there was still some infinitesimal window of opportunity to try for correction and containment.
Now the adventure begins. They barely have time to grab a few parcels and dash for the time chamber before their reality collapses. Now their future depends on what they can do in 1641 to make time right. And Laurel and the musketeers are going to be in the middle of the action again, that is if they can be convinced to time travel to 2060.
The author skillfully guides the reader through the many scenes change with action in the past and action in a future date. You really get to know the characters even more than you did from the previous two books, and you are amazed as Laurel's new powers emerge. It's easy to see the movie in your mind. I don't think you will be able to put the book down when your bedtime arrives.
Out of Phase: A Time Traveler's Chronicle (By Honor Bound)