30th Century: Escape

General Audience Edition

Fiction - Time Travel
384 Pages
Reviewed on 07/17/2019
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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite

Jennifer is leading a peaceful resistance against the ever-powerful Syndos. The Syndos were once humans, but now they have been genetically altered. They want one thing and that is to eliminate all Natural humans from the planet. Jennifer’s small task force is given the mission to go back in time and implant a virus that will disrupt this tendency in the Syndos. However, when their base is heavily bombed, she sends her team 300 years back, but she doesn’t go with them. She goes back to 2015 to grieve and find answers. But things are not as they seem and soon she is stuck in a radioactive Moruroa. From there on, she learns new things and finally finds a place where she can belong. But once she settles in, she feels as if she may have done an injustice to her team. They need her the most right now, but she is here in a place where she is happy. What will Jennifer do?

Mark Kingston Levin's 30th Century: Escape is a time travel tale that revolves around Captain Jennifer Hero, and is set in the 30th century. Escape was an intense novel to read. From the moment I started reading, I wanted to know more about Jennifer, why she was this hard and what led her to become this person. She was strong and levelheaded, but at the same time, she was very vulnerable. Jennifer just wanted a place where she could be happy and belong. She had the burden of leadership that she handled very well, but she just wanted to find some peace. Her development was not intense; she grew slowly. The author gave the story enough time to develop on its own and let it decide where it wanted to go. Mark Kingston Levin gave life to the story and ensured that the reader would not want to stop reading.