The Paradox Effect

Book Review: The Paradox Effect

As a book critic, I was excited to dive into The Paradox Effect by R. A. Freedman, a gripping science fiction thriller that explores the paradoxes of time travel and the consequences of playing with the fabric of reality.

From the first page, I was immediately drawn in by the well-crafted plot that keeps you on your toes from beginning to end. It centers around a team of scientists who have developed a device that can send people back in time for brief periods, only to return

The Paradox Effect

publishedDate : 2020-09-20

authors : R a Freedman

publishers : Amazon Digital Services LLC – Kdp

pageCount : 406

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This book touches on triggering subjects such as sexual assault, drug abuse, and violence. While the author has taken great lengths to ensure the subject matter is dealt with in a compassionate and respectful manner, it may be troubling for some readers. … The Paradox Effect is the first installment from indie author, K. Gibson, following the …

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