In Due Time
Author: J. Keith Jones
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2010)
Binding: Paperback, 268 pages
In 2036, America has just shaken off the shackles of a one world government. Led by a modern day George Washington named Alexander Birch, our country is rising from the ashes; but Birch has a problem. Prompted by a mysterious stranger he reaches out to a famous writer and patriot named Howard Spence.
The stranger is a time traveler named Joshua Lance who has sacrificed a life of favor serving his international masters to save the one man who could bring America back from the ashes; Birch. Spence tells how Lance had traded the security and wealth he had carefully crafted for a larger cause and more importantly why.
In Due Time has the flavor of Vince Flynn meets Harry Turtledove. It is one man’s journey of discovery into his own heart then back through time for his last great adventure.
An exciting romp through time.
In a not too distant future, the United States has been taken over by politically correct—but exceedingly dangerous—buffoons who have imposed a frightening “one-world government” on the USA. In this future, the America most of us know and love is no longer recognizable.
Fortunately, an American of that future, named Joshua Lance, develops a plan to set things straight. With the help of his friends, he sets out on a dangerous and unpredictable journey through time to correct the mistakes that have… that is, will… or could happen.
J. Keith Jones’ In Due Time takes the reader on a complicated ride through time where the past appears to be the only weapon that can be effectively wielded against an unacceptable future.
Reviewed by: John Cathcart (2010)