Broken Arrow Revisited Review

Broken Arrow Revisited by [Glenn, E. L.]This novel is a mixture of historical and science fiction. Kirk is a Cultural Anthropologist who travels back in time to one of his most heavily researched tribes, the Apaches, in the 1800s, on the cusp of a war. This well-researched time travel novel was full of life from beginning to end, with three-dimensional characters, and engaging storylines. It is not too technical but manages to immerse me in the world without describing the scientific details of everything. The character development is intense, as Glen manages to control several characters and show their growth as the years passed. The world-building is not so descriptive that it becomes boring, but it does not skimp on description where it counts. The plot was smooth, even with several timeskips. This was overall a very satisfying read, and I couldn’t put it down once I got started.

I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys historical fiction or anyone who is looking for a new adventure novel in a fresh, well-written universe.

Overall Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

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