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Reviews of Zero Time

An imaginative, compelling, smartly written read — Christy Tillery French (5 STAR Midwest Book Review)

“T.W. Fendley has certainly written an interesting, suspenseful book. Genred historical fantasy, Zero Time could be classified as one heck of a sci-fi involving time travel and aliens, all tying in with the Mesoamerican culture and the end of the Mayan calendar. Although the names of characters are at first a bit difficult to read, with practice, the reader quickly overcomes this and is rewarded with an imaginative, compelling, smartly written read.”

Breathtaking scope, thrilling action! – A Writer (5 STAR Amazon review)

“I wasn’t supposed to like this book, because I’m not a fan of 2012-ism. But a friend told me about it in gushing terms, and before I knew what I was doing, I was 25% in on my Kindle and unable to stop reading…”

– Al-G (4 STAR Library Thing review)

“After all the hype (over-hype?) about the end of the Mayan calendar and the end of the world as we know it (pun intended), I thought the last thing I would want to read was a book about the end of the Mayan calendar and the end of the world as we know it. I was wrong.”

Peter H. Green (The Green Grapevine)

“For those who like to stretch their imaginations—and who doesn’t?—this novel is a fascinating and compelling read. You’d better get it and read it before December 21, 2012. Who knows what the Sixth Long Passage may hold in store?”

Chick lit meets science fiction!–Robin Tidwell (Creve Coeur Patch)

“Although, truthfully, this well-written missive is far beyond the average, slightly denigrating definition of ‘chick lit.’ …Strong female characters and yes, love and family, easily make this book a fantastic sci-fi choice for any reader.”

An  interesting foray into the Mayan prophecy of 2012–Lauren Miller

“The vivid depictions of life in Mexico and Peru are no doubt influenced by Fendley’s own archaeological adventures in the Yucatan and Peru. I enjoyed how she interweaves folklore and myth, showing their creation over time and their function. The mystery elements and uncertainty of the characters is also entertaining. Overall, it’s an interesting foray into the Mayan prophecy of 2012 and if you have a taste for mysteries and occult activities, this may be the fall read for you.”


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