Thirty-Three Days By: Stephen B. King


"Jenny is a lonely university lecturer who's consciousness has traveled back in time to her younger body to try to save the future of the world. A young microbiologist is going to release a genetically modified wheat that will mutate and ultimately destroy all plant life, leaving nothing but barren windswept dust bowls. 
In the past, Jenny finds a love that has been missing from her life; the kind that comes just once in a lifetime. But Jenny can only stay in that time period for thirty-three days.
Meanwhile, in the future, fearful Jenny will fail, plans are made to send another back in time--an assassin. How can she choose between saving the man she loves or saving the future?"

Title:  Thirty-Three Days
Author:  Stephen B. King
Publisher:  The Wild Rose Press, Inc.
Reviewed By:  Arlena Dean
Rating:  Five

"Thirty-Three Days"  By:  Stephen B. King

My Thoughts....

What a beautiful time travel novel that was  fascinating to read.  I like how this author was able to give the reader such a interesting read that you will fall in love with the characters...Jenny, Iain and Brad so very easily.  The whole idea to the story was Jenny being granted 33 days back when she was 33 years younger and from this having to risk all to save the world. I will say this was a well written story when this heroine will have 'have the survival of the planet on her shoulders' and it seems that she will also have found love for the first time in her life.  I enjoyed how this author was able to convey the loves that Jenny and Ian had for each other while also 'exploring the conceivable concept of a plant disease that would destroy the world's food source.'  And the time travel will just put the icing on the cake!   

I also enjoyed how the game of soccer as it was presented in this Australian story as you will seem to become part of the story.  By the time you get to that ending well all that is left to say is that it was definitely over the top... well done story!   Would I recommend this romance, science and time travel read... of "Thirty-Three Days?"  YES! 


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