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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Beyond the Triangle by C. P. Stewart is a science fiction novel with plenty of action and adventure to keep you hooked until the end. Jake Meyers and his family are finally settled in 2288, in Philadelphia, and have adjusted to the new timeline. However, things get a little messy when Jake is visited by Juan Morales, who comes with concerning news. Juan has not been able to contact Mason, and the radio silence is disturbing. So, Jake and Juan pack their bags and travel to Jacksonville to figure out what has happened to Mason. The duo gets to Jacksonville, only to find out that the city is under the strangest control, walled up to offer protection from the “dangerous outsiders,” and there isn’t much anyone can do to prove the officials wrong. When Jake investigates, he discovers that things are not as they seem. Something far more concerning is brewing under the radar, and if Jake runs out of time, things will rapidly get worse.
Although I am not familiar with the previous novel in the series, I quickly immersed myself in the story. C. P. Stewart opens the story with a bang and keeps the momentum going until the end with no sudden drop in action or pace. The author makes sure the narrative runs smoothly, and readers can immerse themselves in the story and appreciate a protagonist like Jake. Jake is brilliant (to put it simply). He calculates the risks, thinks about what can go wrong, and makes a calculated decision that best benefits the story. The author introduces a host of characters, and each of them has a purpose. Out of all of the characters mentioned, Nathan and Juan are my favorite (apart from Jake, of course). Nathan’s struggle to get to Jake, Jake’s struggle to find the truth about the outsiders, and the overall suspense in the story make Beyond the Triangle a fantastic form of entertainment.