Reviews 2019-04-08T18:03:06+00:00

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Review by timd

30th Century: Escape by Mark Kingston Levin, PhD is a science fiction and romance novel that begins in the 30th Century and continues, backwards in time, into the 21st Century. The tale begins with Captain Jennifer Hero, who is engaged with a secret project to transport a team of humans back to the 27th Century to prevent humanity from being exterminated by an engineered breed of advanced human beings. These advanced humans were first created in the 27th Century to colonise the planets of distant solar systems, but have achieved dominance over normal human beings, and plan to eliminate them.

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Review by topdan30

Escape is a book written by Mark Kingston Levin, PhD. The book was inspired by new science in the field of cosmology known as dark energy. It is a science fiction and fantasy, with a dose of romance. This is the first book in the 30th Century series. The book has a lot of sexual scenes and will not be suitable for underage. I will recommend this book to lovers of science fiction, with a bit of romance.

In the 30th century, the world is in crisis as there is a fight between the Naturals and the Syndos for survival. The Syndos has enhanced DNA which allows them to outperform the average human across many fields. The Syndos want to exterminate the natural human race once and for all. The survival of the natural human race can only be guaranteed with a mission through time to correct the defect in the Syndos.

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Review by DorcasToo

Escape is the first book of the 30th-century trilogy. A series of Science fiction well created to come up with a beautiful masterpiece. As the title suggests, the book starts with the main character escaping.

Jennifer Hero is a scientist and lives in thirtieth-century. She’s trying to cope with the death of her husband and partner Professor Zehton Ho. He was assassinated by Syndos as they considered him a threat to their survival. Syndos are a creation of naturals yet, they are feeling so powerful that they want to send naturals into extinction. Therefore, Jennifer and Ho create a time machine that enables them to go back in time and spread a virus that will make Syndos have good morals. Even after the death of Ho, she doesn’t weaken her resolve and fights to finish what they started. With the Trans time machines are complete, she sends her colleagues to the 27th century and chickens out. She goes to the 21st century carrying the burden of betraying her friends and humans in general.

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Review by Matthew Pruitt

Take a tour around the world of Jennifer Hero. Jennifer’s about 40 years old, and is a captain of the SS (Secret Society). The SS’s primary mission is to travel back in time and insert a virus into a group of people who will become known as “Syndos.”

A team is prepped, and they travel to 27th century to insert this virus. What this team doesn’t know is that Jennifer is emotionally compromised. After the death of her husband, she formulated the plot to abandon her team. After They arrive, Jennifer transfers leadership to Kylie Brown, her lover, and she betrays her team and goes to the year 2015.

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Review by MagensWife1995

30th Century: Escape is a story of love and time-travel by Mark Kingston Levin. This is an eye-catching novel. It is definitely a sci-fi and erotic fantasy book. This is definitely one for a more mature audience. This is book one out of three.

The main character is Captain Jennifer Hero. She must lead her team to save humans from Syndos, a race of altered beings that have no morals. The Syndos are after the humans (the naturals as they call them) and their planet. Together with her trusted team, Jennifer must go back in time to spread a virus that will alter the Syndos. Jennifer’s lover is named Zexton Ho. he creates a device called the trans-time machine. True to its name, it will give the team a way to travel back in time to spread the virus. However, as Zexton has as recently passed, Jen takes this opportunity to separate from her team and go to the 21st century

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Review by Ferdinand_otieno

30th Century: Escape by Mark Kingston Levin is a science fiction thriller. It is the first book in Mark Kingston Levin’s 30th Century Trilogy. The trilogy was inspired by new science created by the author in the field of cosmology known as dark energy. The book is set in the year thirtieth century and follows the escape of the protagonist, Captain Jennifer Hero, as she escapes to the 21st century. The story is told from the protagonist’s perspective.
Captain Jennifer Hero is on the verge of departing on a time-sensitive mission from the 30th century to the 27th century. The mission is to save humankind from the Syndos, but she hands over command to Commander Kylie Brown. The reason she gives is that she will not be able to make the trip and with destruction around her, she sets upon the escape plan she had devised for herself. She uses the Trans-Time One to escape to the 21st century hoping to live out the rest of her life there. She unfortunately lands herself on the deserted Mururoa Atoll.

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Review by Ferdinand_otieno

30th Century: Escape by Mark Kingston Levin is the first book in the 30th Century trilogy. It engages the reader with its time travel theme. The author ensures that the reader will be able to feel and experience the beauty of the different places by just reading it. The characters, adventures, and conflicts make this science fiction compelling to read. This story proposes interesting problems, based on technology, social engineering, and cultural change. It also presents ideas of what past and future might be like, and the characters work on the things that make it achievable and realistic.
The book follows Jennifer who was born and raise in the 30th century. She is entrusted with the job of attacking the Syndos, who are genetically enhanced humans, because of their amorality towards the human race. Jennifer and her colleagues’ plan is to put in a virus that will cause disruption to the genetic make-up of Syndos.

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