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by Steve Lyons

eBook The Micronauts: The Time Traveler Trilogy, Book 1 ePub
Author: Steve Lyons
Language: English
ISBN: 0743458400
ISBN13: 978-0743458405
Publisher: I Books (April 1, 2003)
Category: Genre Fiction
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 739
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ePub file: 1163 kb
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Book 1 of 3 in the Time Traveler Trilogy Series.

Book 1 of 3 in the Time Traveler Trilogy Series. I wasn't sure what to expect from Steve Lyons' reboot of the Micronauts, one that ran concurrently with another comic reboot featuring the same characters as this novel but with a different plot (which is hinted at by dreams sent to the lead by the Time Traveler in the title. The entire novel is set in a small town called Angel's Gift where the Micronauts have traveled to Earth.

Baron Karza ha analysed the Time Traveller many times. He has spent his life trying to learn the mysterious figure's secrets, dreaming of what he could achieve if he had the power to rewrite history. and it's beginning to fray around the edges.

Book 1 of an all-new trilogy by Steve Lyons, bestselling author of X-MEN: THE LEGACY QUEST TRILOGY and DOCTOR WHO: THE CROOKED WORLD. Book in the Time Traveler Trilogy Series).

Book 1. The Micronauts, Book 1. by Steve Lyons. An ibooks original: The first in a trilogy of al. ore. Shelve The Micronauts, Book 1. Want to Read.

Steve Lyons is a British writer. He has written several Doctor Who spin-off novels, as well as programme guides for Star Trek, Red Dwarf and Blackadder. The Micronauts: The Time Traveller Trilogy Book 1 (2003. His Doctor Who spin-off novels include the New Series Adventure The Stealers of Dreams. Virgin New Adventures. Virgin Missing Adventures. Past Doctor Adventures. The Micronauts: The Time Traveller Trilogy Book 2 (2003. The Micronauts: The Time Traveller Trilogy Book 3 (2004.

Cover art by Joseph Michael Linsner (creator of Dawn). Baron Karza has analyzed the Time Traveler many times, dreaming of what he could achieve if he had the power to re-write history.

Cover art by Joseph Michael Linsner (creator of Dawn) until now! . Unfortunately, the Coalition of Planets has learned about this obsession, and they want Karza's discoveries for themselves! But, Karza has detected a fatal flaw in the time continuum that could ultimately doom Innerspace itself!

Steve Lyons has been a contributing writer for the Marvel-related anthologies THE ULTIMATE HULK and X-MEN .

Steve Lyons has been a contributing writer for the Marvel-related anthologies THE ULTIMATE HULK and X-MEN LEGENDS and is the bestselling author of the RED DWARF PROGRAMME GUIDE. He lives in Salford, England. Series: Time Traveler Trilogy.

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Steve Lyons is the author of several Doctor Who novels. He also writes comic strips for Doctor Who Adventures and articles for Doctor Who Magazine. The Space Age. The Crooked World. The Stealers of Dreams. The Completely Useless Encyclopedia (with Chris Howarth). The Completely Unofficial Encyclopedia (with Chris Howarth).

Steve Lyons - The Micronauts: The Time Traveler Trilogy. Steve Lyons - The Witch Hunters : A First Doctor Novel (Dr. Who Series). Steve Lyons - The Micronauts Book 1 - Micronauts.

Adventurous Earthman Ryan Archer finds himself in a strange and perilous world ruled by the tyrant Baron Karza, a scientific wizard who offers his people immortality in exchange for their humanity, in a novel based on the popular comic book series. Original.
Kalrajas
I wasn't sure what to expect from Steve Lyons' reboot of the Micronauts, one that ran concurrently with another comic reboot featuring the same characters as this novel but with a different plot (which is hinted at by dreams sent to the lead by the Time Traveler in the title.)

The entire novel is set in a small town called Angel's Gift where the Micronauts have traveled to Earth. But these aren't the heroic Micronauts of classic comics but an insane collector of bodies and his minions. Hiding behind a circus of aliens, he seeks to murder and steal multiple organs and parts from humans he's killing quietly behind the scenes.

Ryan Archer is the heroic lead that uncovers his plot thanks to the aforementioned dreams, but the novel seems mostly built on him getting knocked unconscious again and again without any worry of concussion. It creates a weirdly disjointed story of action scene after action scene, while I suspect most people that picked up a Micronauts novel just want more aliens and high adventure, rather than alien intrigue on Earth.

The book does end with a promise of more intriguing tales in Volume 2 which will probably be enough to keep me reading on.
Shakanos
I wasn't too impressed with the writing style of the book. It seemed to be too much of a comic book telling and not a real novel. Also all the alien characters were based on humans which didn't add any variance to the mix. Also, the main characters ability to just naturally...know what to do I felt was a complete cop out on writing. Overall it seemed to hurried and the characters to flat and non-dynamic. Also the flashbacks were confusing in their attempt to try to clarify. I'm not a fan of American comics and thus didn't like the structure it was written in.
However, if your interested in the Micronauts comics and really don't care about novels, then it has a lot of good points, such as the speed of flow and the way situations are handled. Also the characters are based on if not out of the comics so, fans of the comics will have something to relate too. Always remember to check to back seat however before you go through any portals.
Fek
excellent experience!!!
Brightfury
A novel based on an old comic book based on some shoddy American toys based on some slightly less shoddy Japanese toys. If you like your entertainment removed to the fourth power, then go for it.
showtime
Most of the time when you find a book for a dollar your not expecting much out of it at all, but honestly I do believe this was much better than I thought it would be. Reading this one actually gets me to want to read the rest. As entertaining as it was - it does seem much more on a child's level of reading - and not very long at all, but for the price - it is well worth it. As it won't take very long to read and it is not ultimatly hard to understand what is going on.

Sorta kinda, very little remanicent of Douglas Adams Hitchhiker series, and not near the par of the first three hitchhiker books, but I would say pretty close to the last two.

The Micronauts are a small (as in thier body size) alien race that have appeared on earth through a rift. And Ryan Archer's (main character) dad is a scientist working right there at the rift - An alien circus is in town - all the crazies are out and about trying to get a sight of an alien. The only thing truly odd about all that is going on is that Ryan is getting visions from someone called "The Time Traveler" -- showing him an alternate reality... and pushing Ryan to make a move.. for the safetly of Earth.. and possibly the galaxy of the Micronauts.

Very entertaining.. easy to read -- and quick.. I recommend it to any science fiction fan!!
Kegal
This is one of the more enjoyable reads that I've had in a long time.It's reminds me of a Disney style movie.It doesnt take itself too seriously and is just plain fun to read!I'm not saying that its not exciting and extremely interesting{because on the contrary,it is a very exciting adventure}but just that its not a hard core science fiction epic.Its just good old fashioned fun that has a magical{or nostalgic}feel to it.I loved it from the start and thought the author did a superb job writing in the first person.The 2nd book of the series is also very good,but a little slow in the beginning,but really gets going the further you read.I am a little disappointed with the poor reviews that it has recieved here at Amazon.com.It deserves much,much better!
Yozshugore
I was a fan of the comicbook series and toys as well. I guess these books are timed with the recent re-release of the old toys to exploit our fondness and reap in cash rewards for the owners of the trademark. But about the book...
The author attempts to use the oh so overdone technique of numerous flashbacks in an uncohesive style that adds nothing to the storytelling. His style is very repetitive(maybe cut and paste is something new to him?) and annoying, making it rather likely you will put the book down before you get off the ground with it. This book is defintely only for those diehard Micronaut fans or those with absolutely nothing better to do with their time than count grains of sand on the beach.
There is an upside though! He actually improves as the book progresses. After about 3/4 of the way through this book it goes from a waste of $7 to something barely readable. So not only can you look forward to the continuation of the story in book 2 but you can (hopefully) watch as his writing skills improve as well.
For better or worse I happen to fall into the diehard fan category so I will most likely take on books 2 and 3 as well. I would guess that by the 3rd one it should be a halfway decent written story. I believe that all 3 are already available in e-format for those that can't wait.
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