Time travel is a tricksy beast, as Rai finds out in this fun short story from Ben McQueeney.
Rai wakes in a dungeon without memory of who he is or why he is there. He soon discovers his mission – to save humanity – but will he succeed?
I enjoy the author’s writing style, so this was a pleasant way to spend 12 minutes. He conveys enough character and world building in a short story to keep it entertaining. Time travel is also a winner in my mind.
However, if you’ve read or watched a lot of time travel stories, you will find the scenario rather obvious. Newer readers to the genre might find it a bigger surprise or emotional punch. I think the author was going for something dark, but this jaded reader found it highly amusing.
If you like some dark fantasy with your time travel, this is an interesting diversion.
I award The Infinity Order…
The Infinity Order is available for €1.30 ebook on Amazon.
Click here to read my review of Ben McQueeney’s fantasy short story, The Fae of Darkwood.
Click here to read my review of his novel set in the same fantasy world, The Spirit of Things.
4 thoughts on “31 Days of Horror: The Infinity Order by Ben McQueeney”
Bat Cat rocks! Another good review, Iseult!
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Thanks, Priscilla. I’ve plans for the other furry friends nearer my book launch this month. 🙂