One thought on “Deep Water (Offset, #3)”

  1. Many may think that this book is just another story about a crazy inventor in a cluttered garage who comes up with a way to travel through time. In the beginning, that's what it seems likeAnd then everything is turned upside down when Shane Oakley's sister dies in a horrible accident. Shane is determined to finish his time machine in order to go back and save her.Then he gets a phone call."I want a time machine. One that works.""I haven't gotten one to work yet.""Then you had better make one wor [...]

  2. I finished the exciting conclusion to Alistar's Offset trilogy only a few days after starting it. With everything I do on a day-to-day basis and as slow a reader as I am, it's rare for me to glide through a book (even a short book, like this one) this fast. Deep Water is certainly darker than the preceding two books, and it didn't conclude the trilogy like I expected, but the story was certainly satisfying, and I loved the message of the entire trilogy. Recommended.

  3. I liked it and Luke, you did a good job, but Subliminal, The Unseen, and Snapshots/Whisperer are (in my opinion) better. Nice wrap-up to the trilogy. :)

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