October 7, 2020 1 min to read
Audiobook Review: Persistence of Vision by Liesel K. Hill
What if the survival of the post-apocalyptic world depended on memories you no longer had?
While on a routine vacation with her brother, Maggie is practically bored. Until a disturbing time loss leaves her feeling violated. And inexplicably empty.
When a creepy thug breaks into her house and nearly kills her, she’s saved by a man with strange eyes. One who knows more about her than she’s ever told anyone. Marcus’s explanation is ludicrous. The time loss incident and the thug can’t possibly be related. Can they?
What follows is time travel, a post-apocalyptic world in which the human race is enslaved, and those who remain free have been hunted to the verge of extinction. Only Maggie holds the key to freeing the world, but it’s lost somewhere in those missing memories. If she wants to solve the mystery of those unaccounted for hours, and save humanity in the process, she’s in for the fight of her life.
If you enjoy dystopian worlds, epic romance and visceral fights for survival, the Interchron saga is for you. Pick up this award-winning page turner with One Click!
Winner of the League of Utah Writers’ prestigious Silver Quill Award, 2013.
“Helps us see what we might become…”
“Simply. Stunning. I couldn’t put it down.”
Title: Persistence of Vision
Author: Liesel K. Hill
Narrator: Robin Wasser
Genre: Sci-Fi, Dystopian with a hint of romance
Part of a Series: Book 1 of the Interchron trilogy
POV: Mostly Maggie
Steam Level: Clean, some kissing
Persistence of Vision is the first book in the Intercron trilogy. Set (mostly) sometime in the future a war is raging between individualism and collectivism. Persistence of Vision gives you a lot to think about, if you want to delve deeper than the action and intrigue presented. I look forward to seeing what will happen in the other two books in this trilogy.
I received this audiobook for free from StoryOrgin. This is my honest and voluntary review.
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