The Traveler by David Lynn Golemon
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I guess in the last year or so, Golemon's hit a bit of a slump. This might be because he went and wrote two books in that time instead of one, with one being a surprisingly not-so-fun horror story that felt like a knockoff of AHS: Roanoke, and the other being this Event Group book - and thank God for that! But while the book had all the action that comes with Event Group territory, and the history-bending, I felt that the central conceit of Wellsian doors and time travel hundreds of millennia into the past was, by Golemon standards especially, surprisingly thinly constructed and unmemorable. But hey, at least the Event Group was back, and they got to make contact with one of Golemon's most memorable characters yet, a very complicated woman connected to those weird Wellsian doors.
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