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The Past is the first book in the VanWest series about an Enforcer who lives in a dystopian Earth of the year 3000 and works for an authoritarian ruler called the Universal Council Tasked with travelling through time to stop a renegade sect that seeks to change Earth’s past he comes to learn about his dark origins and his unique abilityFalling in love with the daughter of its leader he returns to the present to face a difficult choice whether or not to save her And be part of the New Beginning


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    Sometimes you take a risk on a new author and it pays off As someone who has love for dystopian novels that focus on the underpinnings of society I really enjoyed where the author went with this book The societal critiquephilosophy isn't so strong as to take away from the entertainment value I can tell that Kenneth Thomas really polished this piece of work as he doesn't run into the standard errors I see with sci fi and new authors in general   which is to have clear blind spots In other words when I read a new indie author I often see brushes of greatness in things such as prose dialogue and plot points but they simply haven't put in the required polish necessary to produce a fully realized work This is forgivable as even highly esteemed authors run into these issues within their less regarded works So it's a pleasant surprise when a new author has been meticulous with putting together a book that is enjoyable without sacrificing substance deep without being unnecessarily flashy or try hard with impressing the reader for lack of a better term And this is coming from the sci fi genre no less which   though I enjoy it    seems to provide leeway when it comes to saying incredible world building at the expense of dialogue and prose that falls flat What are you in for when you start reading? A book that does the basics well Yes you have a parallel society time travel and other standard sci fi elements But very quickly the book puts you on your toes It starts to become a real page turner   all without the standard cheap elements designed to move forward a plot It truly does feel like a fully realized world you can get lost in and the characters are memorable I've had to deal with some health issues recently so it was nice to be able to escape somewhere I truly enjoyed This book won't change your life but I think you'll be both entertained and think a little about the deeper questions posed by existence in a perennially flawed society I've got the 2nd volume ordered on Kindle and I'll be happy to dive in again