Time Pirate
Eric Vall

One day, I’m just trying to make ends meet as a security guard at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, DC.
Then I happened upon a mysterious pocket watch and ended up in the year 1814.
Time traveling takes a little getting used to, but it definitely helped that I found a pretty blonde woman to help me navigate 19th century DC.
And when I discovered I could take things from the past and bring them to the future, a very lucrative idea took root in my brain…

Time Pirate book cover

I really need to look at genre’s a bit more carefully. Throughout, Francis was a total and utter … douchebag. A womanising, cock-happy jock with seemingly not two brain cells to rub together. if this is how your stereotypical security guard in the US views women I’m amazed the world hasn’t yet imploded.

And of course then right at the end of the book the author drops harem, and I’m all ah, yes, now that makes sense.
Only didn’t DNF because I was captivated by the sheer ludicrous nature of the story, but wouldn’t have picked up had I seen the harem bit. I need to read something clean now.

Published by Sean Randall

I am an avid reader, technologist and disability advocate living in the middle of England with my wife, daughter and pets.

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