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Now, Then, and Everywhen ❮Download❯ ➹ Now, Then, and Everywhen ➾ Author Rysa Walker – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk From the bestselling author of the Chronos series comes a page turning novel of time travel, fast paced action, and history changing events When two time traveling historians cross paths during one of From the bestselling author of the Chronos series comes a page turning novel of time travel, fast paced action, and history changing events When two time traveling historians cross paths during one of the most tumultuous decades of the twentieth century, history goes helter skelter But which one broke the timeline InMadison Grace Now, Then, PDF or uncovers a key to the origins of CHRONOS, a time travel agency with ties to her family s mysterious past Just as she is starting to jump through history, she returns to her timeline to find millions of lives erased and only the people inside her house realize anything has changedInCHRONOS historian Tyson Reyes is assigned to observe the crucial events that played out in America s civil rights movement But a massive time shift occurs while he s in , and suddenly the history he sees isn t the history he knowsAs Madi s and Tyson s journeys collide, they must prevent the past from being erased forever But strange forces are at work Are Madi and Tyson in control or merely pawns in someone else s game.


10 thoughts on “Now, Then, and Everywhen

  1. Shelby M. (Read and Find Out) Shelby M. (Read and Find Out) says:

    I received a finished copy of this book for review from Wunderkind PR and 47North.I did not read the original Chronos trilogy, and that was impacting my experience of the book which is the start of a prequel series Though it seems that this can be read without reading the original trilogy, I constantly felt as if I was missing the significance of different people and events I think that reviewing this book prior to reading the other series may do a disservice to this work, and that I would e I received a finished copy of this book for review from Wunderkind PR and 47North.I did not read the original Chronos trilogy, and that was impacting my experience of the book which is the start of a prequel series Though it seems that this can be read without reading the original trilogy, I constantly felt as if I was missing the significance of different people and events I think that reviewing this book prior to reading the other series may do a disservice to this work, and that I would enjoy itif I had read the original trilogy For now I will DNF at 19%, and pick it back up if I go back and read the Chronos trilogy.While I haven t read the Chronos books, I predict that fans of the series will enjoy this prequel Unfortunately, I m not sure from my own perspective that this is the best way to be introduced to this world


  2. Allie Allie says:

    If you loved the CHRONOS Files trilogy, you will LOVE the start to the sequel trilogy I read this book every minute I could and finished it within a week It was just full of timey wimey goodness Many times throughout I was doing the thing where the book is so exciting and you re reading so fast because you want to know what happens that you cover the bottom of the page because you don t want to glance down and see a spoiler Usually that only happens for me at the climax of a book, not before If you loved the CHRONOS Files trilogy, you will LOVE the start to the sequel trilogy I read this book every minute I could and finished it within a week It was just full of timey wimey goodness Many times throughout I was doing the thing where the book is so exciting and you re reading so fast because you want to know what happens that you cover the bottom of the page because you don t want to glance down and see a spoiler Usually that only happens for me at the climax of a book, not before I m halfway through By the end of the book I was Mind Blown and in a frantic search to find my own CHRONOS key so I could jump ahead and read the next book Until I find one I ll just be over here rereading the CHRONOS Files and all the supplemental stories to tide me over


  3. Lexxi Kitty Lexxi Kitty says:

    This is the first book I ve read by this author, and, I believe, the first time I ve actually taken advantage of thatPrime thingie whereinPrime members can get a free new book Which is what happened here This is the both the first book in a series, and a prequel series to another series that was completed in, I believe, 2015 As I mentioned, this is the first book I ve read by this author, so no, I ve not read that other series Before I get into this is a brief glance at what This is the first book I ve read by this author, and, I believe, the first time I ve actually taken advantage of thatPrime thingie whereinPrime members can get a free new book Which is what happened here This is the both the first book in a series, and a prequel series to another series that was completed in, I believe, 2015 As I mentioned, this is the first book I ve read by this author, so no, I ve not read that other series Before I get into this is a brief glance at what the book is about , I must pause and note that the book description is highly misleading It both implies things that didn t happen, and things that did happen but much later in the book To be fair, the didn t happen part was something I d read between the lines Wrongly It s about a romance tangent but isn t important, so let us move on to the other thingie that was in the book description It kind of implies that the book is about two time travelers whorereading the description and it doesn t imply it, it says it Whatever Basically I m going on and on about how they were supposed to meet and then work together Which they do Just long after I thought they were supposed to meet Why does this matter Because I kept vaguely thinking alright already, meet Meet MEET So the book can start Something like that Which gradually fell away Which is good, because they don t actually meet until, like, view spoiler 72% hide spoiler of the book has passed Right, so There are two point of views One follows Tyson Reyes, who comes from a present of 2304, but spends a good part of the book back in the 1960s He works as an historian , who has the right gene to time travel And does As it is important to the story, I ll note that Tyson is the kind of person who can pass as black, or white Apparently depending on whether he is wearing blue contact lenses or not The other point of view is Madison Grace, who has a present that is 168 years in the past of Tyson s 2136 and, oddly enough, 171 years in the future of the most important year of events occurring in the past, 1965 Without having read the series this book is a prequel to, I do not know if some of the things that were occurring were kind ofobvious to those who had read that series, and or should have been I say that because there were certain blinking not literally blinking clues as to what was likely to unfold Some were blatant as in, the material mentioned exactly who was going to do something long before they did it this is where knowing the other series helps it might be one of those moments wherein it isn t a clue or spoiler or anything like that because the reader of that other series already knows Some of the clues were less obvious And one of the clues might end up being something for the next book in this prequel series Or not.Quite interesting book Hard to say everything I might otherwise say because of spoiler reasons and because I do not actually fully know what might or might not be a spoiler As in, there might have been some even that occurred in the first chapter that might be a huge spoiler for the original Chronos series And I might mention it in passing, and not realize I m reveal something majorly huge So, I can t really say as much as I would normally.As noted, interesting book Look forward to the next Was a littleheterosexual than I d want, but eh, whatever there were a lot of men obsessing over women and possibly one woman being subservient to one of the men, etc etcRating 4.5March 9 2020


  4. Margarida Veloz Margarida Veloz says:

    Do not miss this series if you re just entering the Chronos universe, this will be a great place to start at the beginning sort of Since this it time travel, you could follow the published order as previous readers did However, now that we have this amazing origin series, you could start at the beginning Either way, just start this series The characters are people you can get to know and love or hate and the story line is imaginative and interesting I love this series and highly Do not miss this series if you re just entering the Chronos universe, this will be a great place to start at the beginning sort of Since this it time travel, you could follow the published order as previous readers did However, now that we have this amazing origin series, you could start at the beginning Either way, just start this series The characters are people you can get to know and love or hate and the story line is imaginative and interesting I love this series and highly recommend it


  5. christine ✩ christine ✩ says:

    what the actual


  6. Stephen Topp Stephen Topp says:

    On its surface, this should be a book I love Wibbly wobbly timey wimey stuff.The basic story of the book someone broke the timeline, and our protagonists need to fix it sounds like it should be fantastic.Instead, it falls flat.From a historical perspective, we re inserting time traveling historians into Ku Klux Klan rallies and Martin Luther King Jr speeches Situations that require some gravitas.That gravitas seems lacking.Partially because of the other angle, where view spoiler people a On its surface, this should be a book I love Wibbly wobbly timey wimey stuff.The basic story of the book someone broke the timeline, and our protagonists need to fix it sounds like it should be fantastic.Instead, it falls flat.From a historical perspective, we re inserting time traveling historians into Ku Klux Klan rallies and Martin Luther King Jr speeches Situations that require some gravitas.That gravitas seems lacking.Partially because of the other angle, where view spoiler people are trying to change the timeline as part of a game hide spoiler , which could be nice and light and well, wibbly wobbly timey wimey But it s not.In the middle of this are our protagonists and their relationships Which are all so dull, that I ended up not really particularly caring about them The only character worth caring about is one of the bad guys who might not even be one of the bad guys.Anyways A great concept, poorly executed


  7. chris chris says:

    DNF 5%didn t like confusing, had no idea what chronos was and didn t care, wasn t hooked to the characters, the time travelers thingy was weird.


  8. Katie (wife of book) Katie (wife of book) says:

    I got this book via theFirst Reads selection.This book was okay I love time travel and this book is time travel from the future to the 20th Century The concept of an organisation of historians who investigate history through experiencing it was really interesting I liked that each historian had a very specific topic they covered, such as religion, gender, or music from 1960 s USA.I didn t realise when I selected this book that it s a prequel to a whole series of books As it was a pre I got this book via theFirst Reads selection.This book was okay I love time travel and this book is time travel from the future to the 20th Century The concept of an organisation of historians who investigate history through experiencing it was really interesting I liked that each historian had a very specific topic they covered, such as religion, gender, or music from 1960 s USA.I didn t realise when I selected this book that it s a prequel to a whole series of books As it was a prequel I didn t think it would matter too much that I haven t read the other books However, I found myself feeling like I was missing the significance of people mentioned There were a lot of name in this book I was even struggling to keep track of Madi s family to be honest, never mind the time traveling historians or the people of historical significance I ve put this book under alternate history but there wasn t a huge amount of alternate about it Thanks to a plot McGuffin, we don t really get to see how things would look if various events of the 60 s had been different.Overall, this book was okay An interesting premise, but very complicated to follow and loads of names


  9. Kal ★ Reader Voracious Kal ★ Reader Voracious says:

    I am a simple gal If a book involves time travel, I m instantly summoned ARC sent by 47North and Wunderkind PR in exchange for my honest review Quotations are from an uncorrected proof and subject to change upon final publication. Blog Twitter Pinterest I am a simple gal If a book involves time travel, I m instantly summoned ARC sent by 47North and Wunderkind PR in exchange for my honest review Quotations are from an uncorrected proof and subject to change upon final publication. Blog Twitter Pinterest


  10. John John says:

    When I pick up a book, I expect to finish it Therefore, when I don t finish a book, I feel as if I am being disloyal to the author as well as the characters in the book But, as I have aged into my golden years, I realize that there areunread treasures for me to savor and I have too little precious time to read a book that I m dreading picking up for onechance Such was the case with this book after reading about a quarter of its length.I m a sucker for time travel books I guess be When I pick up a book, I expect to finish it Therefore, when I don t finish a book, I feel as if I am being disloyal to the author as well as the characters in the book But, as I have aged into my golden years, I realize that there areunread treasures for me to savor and I have too little precious time to read a book that I m dreading picking up for onechance Such was the case with this book after reading about a quarter of its length.I m a sucker for time travel books I guess because they combine two of my favorite genres science fiction and historical fiction Therefore, when I downloaded a book about a time traveling research organization employing a number of genetically enhanced historians I was interested to begin The book, at least the portion of what I read, was sketchy about the time travel device Evidently, it was some hand held fidget device that one would manipulate to travel to particular time periods I was especially interested in one chosen, the album burning of the Beatles music after John Lennon made some statement about their popularity compared to Jesus Much of book was a mish mash of various time periods, which I understand might be by design but I found it very difficult to engage with the characters Maybe I will pick this one up, if I read better reviews by other readers however, I doubt it


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10 thoughts on “Now, Then, and Everywhen

  1. Shelby M. (Read and Find Out) Shelby M. (Read and Find Out) says:

    I received a finished copy of this book for review from Wunderkind PR and 47North.I did not read the original Chronos trilogy, and that was impacting my experience of the book which is the start of a prequel series Though it seems that this can be read without reading the original trilogy, I constantly felt as if I was missing the significance of different people and events I think that reviewing this book prior to reading the other series may do a disservice to this work, and that I would e I received a finished copy of this book for review from Wunderkind PR and 47North.I did not read the original Chronos trilogy, and that was impacting my experience of the book which is the start of a prequel series Though it seems that this can be read without reading the original trilogy, I constantly felt as if I was missing the significance of different people and events I think that reviewing this book prior to reading the other series may do a disservice to this work, and that I would enjoy itif I had read the original trilogy For now I will DNF at 19%, and pick it back up if I go back and read the Chronos trilogy.While I haven t read the Chronos books, I predict that fans of the series will enjoy this prequel Unfortunately, I m not sure from my own perspective that this is the best way to be introduced to this world

  2. Allie Allie says:

    If you loved the CHRONOS Files trilogy, you will LOVE the start to the sequel trilogy I read this book every minute I could and finished it within a week It was just full of timey wimey goodness Many times throughout I was doing the thing where the book is so exciting and you re reading so fast because you want to know what happens that you cover the bottom of the page because you don t want to glance down and see a spoiler Usually that only happens for me at the climax of a book, not before If you loved the CHRONOS Files trilogy, you will LOVE the start to the sequel trilogy I read this book every minute I could and finished it within a week It was just full of timey wimey goodness Many times throughout I was doing the thing where the book is so exciting and you re reading so fast because you want to know what happens that you cover the bottom of the page because you don t want to glance down and see a spoiler Usually that only happens for me at the climax of a book, not before I m halfway through By the end of the book I was Mind Blown and in a frantic search to find my own CHRONOS key so I could jump ahead and read the next book Until I find one I ll just be over here rereading the CHRONOS Files and all the supplemental stories to tide me over

  3. Lexxi Kitty Lexxi Kitty says:

    This is the first book I ve read by this author, and, I believe, the first time I ve actually taken advantage of thatPrime thingie whereinPrime members can get a free new book Which is what happened here This is the both the first book in a series, and a prequel series to another series that was completed in, I believe, 2015 As I mentioned, this is the first book I ve read by this author, so no, I ve not read that other series Before I get into this is a brief glance at what This is the first book I ve read by this author, and, I believe, the first time I ve actually taken advantage of thatPrime thingie whereinPrime members can get a free new book Which is what happened here This is the both the first book in a series, and a prequel series to another series that was completed in, I believe, 2015 As I mentioned, this is the first book I ve read by this author, so no, I ve not read that other series Before I get into this is a brief glance at what the book is about , I must pause and note that the book description is highly misleading It both implies things that didn t happen, and things that did happen but much later in the book To be fair, the didn t happen part was something I d read between the lines Wrongly It s about a romance tangent but isn t important, so let us move on to the other thingie that was in the book description It kind of implies that the book is about two time travelers whorereading the description and it doesn t imply it, it says it Whatever Basically I m going on and on about how they were supposed to meet and then work together Which they do Just long after I thought they were supposed to meet Why does this matter Because I kept vaguely thinking alright already, meet Meet MEET So the book can start Something like that Which gradually fell away Which is good, because they don t actually meet until, like, view spoiler 72% hide spoiler of the book has passed Right, so There are two point of views One follows Tyson Reyes, who comes from a present of 2304, but spends a good part of the book back in the 1960s He works as an historian , who has the right gene to time travel And does As it is important to the story, I ll note that Tyson is the kind of person who can pass as black, or white Apparently depending on whether he is wearing blue contact lenses or not The other point of view is Madison Grace, who has a present that is 168 years in the past of Tyson s 2136 and, oddly enough, 171 years in the future of the most important year of events occurring in the past, 1965 Without having read the series this book is a prequel to, I do not know if some of the things that were occurring were kind ofobvious to those who had read that series, and or should have been I say that because there were certain blinking not literally blinking clues as to what was likely to unfold Some were blatant as in, the material mentioned exactly who was going to do something long before they did it this is where knowing the other series helps it might be one of those moments wherein it isn t a clue or spoiler or anything like that because the reader of that other series already knows Some of the clues were less obvious And one of the clues might end up being something for the next book in this prequel series Or not.Quite interesting book Hard to say everything I might otherwise say because of spoiler reasons and because I do not actually fully know what might or might not be a spoiler As in, there might have been some even that occurred in the first chapter that might be a huge spoiler for the original Chronos series And I might mention it in passing, and not realize I m reveal something majorly huge So, I can t really say as much as I would normally.As noted, interesting book Look forward to the next Was a littleheterosexual than I d want, but eh, whatever there were a lot of men obsessing over women and possibly one woman being subservient to one of the men, etc etcRating 4.5March 9 2020

  4. Margarida Veloz Margarida Veloz says:

    Do not miss this series if you re just entering the Chronos universe, this will be a great place to start at the beginning sort of Since this it time travel, you could follow the published order as previous readers did However, now that we have this amazing origin series, you could start at the beginning Either way, just start this series The characters are people you can get to know and love or hate and the story line is imaginative and interesting I love this series and highly Do not miss this series if you re just entering the Chronos universe, this will be a great place to start at the beginning sort of Since this it time travel, you could follow the published order as previous readers did However, now that we have this amazing origin series, you could start at the beginning Either way, just start this series The characters are people you can get to know and love or hate and the story line is imaginative and interesting I love this series and highly recommend it

  5. christine ✩ christine ✩ says:

    what the actual

  6. Stephen Topp Stephen Topp says:

    On its surface, this should be a book I love Wibbly wobbly timey wimey stuff.The basic story of the book someone broke the timeline, and our protagonists need to fix it sounds like it should be fantastic.Instead, it falls flat.From a historical perspective, we re inserting time traveling historians into Ku Klux Klan rallies and Martin Luther King Jr speeches Situations that require some gravitas.That gravitas seems lacking.Partially because of the other angle, where view spoiler people a On its surface, this should be a book I love Wibbly wobbly timey wimey stuff.The basic story of the book someone broke the timeline, and our protagonists need to fix it sounds like it should be fantastic.Instead, it falls flat.From a historical perspective, we re inserting time traveling historians into Ku Klux Klan rallies and Martin Luther King Jr speeches Situations that require some gravitas.That gravitas seems lacking.Partially because of the other angle, where view spoiler people are trying to change the timeline as part of a game hide spoiler , which could be nice and light and well, wibbly wobbly timey wimey But it s not.In the middle of this are our protagonists and their relationships Which are all so dull, that I ended up not really particularly caring about them The only character worth caring about is one of the bad guys who might not even be one of the bad guys.Anyways A great concept, poorly executed

  7. chris chris says:

    DNF 5%didn t like confusing, had no idea what chronos was and didn t care, wasn t hooked to the characters, the time travelers thingy was weird.

  8. Katie (wife of book) Katie (wife of book) says:

    I got this book via theFirst Reads selection.This book was okay I love time travel and this book is time travel from the future to the 20th Century The concept of an organisation of historians who investigate history through experiencing it was really interesting I liked that each historian had a very specific topic they covered, such as religion, gender, or music from 1960 s USA.I didn t realise when I selected this book that it s a prequel to a whole series of books As it was a pre I got this book via theFirst Reads selection.This book was okay I love time travel and this book is time travel from the future to the 20th Century The concept of an organisation of historians who investigate history through experiencing it was really interesting I liked that each historian had a very specific topic they covered, such as religion, gender, or music from 1960 s USA.I didn t realise when I selected this book that it s a prequel to a whole series of books As it was a prequel I didn t think it would matter too much that I haven t read the other books However, I found myself feeling like I was missing the significance of people mentioned There were a lot of name in this book I was even struggling to keep track of Madi s family to be honest, never mind the time traveling historians or the people of historical significance I ve put this book under alternate history but there wasn t a huge amount of alternate about it Thanks to a plot McGuffin, we don t really get to see how things would look if various events of the 60 s had been different.Overall, this book was okay An interesting premise, but very complicated to follow and loads of names

  9. Kal ★ Reader Voracious Kal ★ Reader Voracious says:

    I am a simple gal If a book involves time travel, I m instantly summoned ARC sent by 47North and Wunderkind PR in exchange for my honest review Quotations are from an uncorrected proof and subject to change upon final publication. Blog Twitter Pinterest I am a simple gal If a book involves time travel, I m instantly summoned ARC sent by 47North and Wunderkind PR in exchange for my honest review Quotations are from an uncorrected proof and subject to change upon final publication. Blog Twitter Pinterest

  10. John John says:

    When I pick up a book, I expect to finish it Therefore, when I don t finish a book, I feel as if I am being disloyal to the author as well as the characters in the book But, as I have aged into my golden years, I realize that there areunread treasures for me to savor and I have too little precious time to read a book that I m dreading picking up for onechance Such was the case with this book after reading about a quarter of its length.I m a sucker for time travel books I guess be When I pick up a book, I expect to finish it Therefore, when I don t finish a book, I feel as if I am being disloyal to the author as well as the characters in the book But, as I have aged into my golden years, I realize that there areunread treasures for me to savor and I have too little precious time to read a book that I m dreading picking up for onechance Such was the case with this book after reading about a quarter of its length.I m a sucker for time travel books I guess because they combine two of my favorite genres science fiction and historical fiction Therefore, when I downloaded a book about a time traveling research organization employing a number of genetically enhanced historians I was interested to begin The book, at least the portion of what I read, was sketchy about the time travel device Evidently, it was some hand held fidget device that one would manipulate to travel to particular time periods I was especially interested in one chosen, the album burning of the Beatles music after John Lennon made some statement about their popularity compared to Jesus Much of book was a mish mash of various time periods, which I understand might be by design but I found it very difficult to engage with the characters Maybe I will pick this one up, if I read better reviews by other readers however, I doubt it

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