Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Vic: Time Doesn't Matter - Book Review

Vic: Time Doesn't Matter
by Jerry Gill and Edgar Rice Burroughs
Genres: Action Adventure, Romance, Fantasy

     While Edgar Rice Burroughs is best known for his creation of Tarzan, he also created a character named Victoria Custer which was features in two short stories. These stories inspired author Jerry Gill to create additional chapters to tie the original stories together, which resulted in this novel.

     Vic isn't your average lady in the 1920s. She enjoys hunting, shopping, and has an adventurous soul. She has a tendency to miss the jungle when she has been away from it too long and can take care of herself in the wilds, yet somehow doesn't manage to lose her femininity. This book has a touch of fantasy and paranormal basis as Vic learns that she is quite possibly reincarnated. In her previous life she was a prehistoric woman who was torn from the great love of her life. Vic believes that it is now up to her to find this man. If she has been reincarnated, logic follows that he has been as well. Though the romance spans across thousands of years, Time Doesn't Matter where true love is concerned.

     An endearing tale of romance that is speckled with some incredibly action packed adventures by both Vic and her alter ego during her previous life. This is a very interesting and entertaining plot with several twists and unusual circumstances, but Vic takes it all in stride as it is just another day in her extraordinary life.

I give it 5 star review graphic 5 stars!

1 comment:

  1. Sounds like something I might enjoy! I need to start reading again.