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The Grandmother Paradox: Volume 2 (Place in Time) Paperback – 13 Jun 2018
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“Packed with action, drama, comedy and final revelations, Nikel’s new chapter is an extraordinary continuation of her time travel universe.”
—Stephanie Wexler, Tangent Online
“Fans will appreciate Nikel’s signature attention to detail and atmosphere.”
About the Author
Wendy Nikel is a speculative fiction author with a degree in elementary education, a fondness for road trips, and a terrible habit of forgetting where she's left her cup of tea. Her short fiction has been published by Fantastic Stories of the Imagination, Daily Science Fiction, Nature: Futures, and elsewhere. For more info, visit wendynikel.com
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We start the story with Chandler getting sent back in time by time traveling genius Dr. Wells in order to protect the great-grandmother of Elise (main character in first book.) Chandler gets to hang out at a circus/magic show because Elise's grandmother is a magical assistant. Only, someone's obviously trying to kill her because they're messing with the magical props.
The circus bits, and later on, the world fair descriptions were the parts I most enjoyed. I get easily confused by time traveling paradoxes, although this one was pretty straight forward even when it became increasingly clear who the grandfather was going to be. This is a novella, and so while I wished we could have lingered longer in the World Fair, or had more dastardly sabotage attempts of the magic show, things moved along speedily.
Fun little entertaining piece.