Katya and Cyrus (Time Pilgrims #1)

Katya and Cyrus Time Pilgrims Katya and Cyrus Time Piilgrims depicts the experiences of young time travelers called Time Pilgrims They are employed by the National Time Research Center which stands on the site of the old Elgin Wat

  • Title: Katya and Cyrus (Time Pilgrims #1)
  • Author: Dennis Higgins
  • ISBN: 9781611603156
  • Page: 367
  • Format: None
  • Katya and Cyrus Time Piilgrims depicts the experiences of young time travelers called Time Pilgrims They are employed by the National Time Research Center which stands on the site of the old Elgin Watch factory The center s founders and owners are Kevin and Cheryl Callahan, along with their son, Cyrus The co main character, Katya Sevnik is a strong, independent young woKatya and Cyrus Time Piilgrims depicts the experiences of young time travelers called Time Pilgrims They are employed by the National Time Research Center which stands on the site of the old Elgin Watch factory The center s founders and owners are Kevin and Cheryl Callahan, along with their son, Cyrus The co main character, Katya Sevnik is a strong, independent young woman but plagued with a condition known as Temporal Amnesia She can t remember what year she is from and is trying to locate her family Before settling at the Center, AKA National, Katya had randomly jumped and lived in many historic time periods As a result, she has acquired different life experiences than her coworkers along with a unique and humorous way of speaking Because of Katya s time displacement and amnesia, she has not matured beyond the age of twenty, although it is revealed that she has lived for over ninety years Her life experiences include dancing the Charleston as a 1920 s flapper girl, rock and roll of the 1960 s yet melding well into the modern years She becomes a sponge in every time period that she visits, soaking up the culture and instantly becoming one with the period.

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    1. This is the book to read for all time travel lovers. The adventure is based upon some troublesome and sad historical events. Dennis does a great job of allowing the reader to visualize the pain and confusion of these events. The main characters are vivid, spunky, and caring. They remind me of the main characters in the movie, "Titanic." It is not my normal read, but enjoyed it!

    2. Cute, light read. I wish it had explained more in depth how time travel works.I liked the protagonists but to me they were a bit childish, the whole tone of the book was like that.Although I wish the characters were more fleshed out, their voices more mature and the science explained better, I liked the tone of the story. It's not a standalone and that's another thing I didn't like. It doesn't end in a cliffhanger but has some things left unresolved.Overall I liked the aventure and the lighthear [...]

    3. Katya and Cyrus Time Pilgrims by Dennis Higgins is an excellent time-travel book! I must disclose, when I first bought this book it was in support of Dennis as a fellow author, and for the most part, not the type of book I normally read. However, once I started reading, I could not put the book down-- I wanted to continue reading! Katya and Cyrus Time Pilgrims is an interesting read, full of adventure, and an "Excellent Time-Travel Book!"

    4. I read about half of this book. I got frustrated because of the childish things in it. A twenty one year old man continues to ask a woman to be his "girlfriend" over and over. He offers her his I D bracelet so they can "go steady". Really? Are they twelve years old and not twenty one? I did like the part about the Chicago fire, but that was a small part of the book. I wish the author had let the characters act the age of twenty one. Maybe, I will attempt to read more of it in the future.

    5. Another fun read -- this one takes place primarily in my hometown of Elgin, Illinois which, along with the time travel, is its biggest draw for me. The author has created some well-rounded characters for the most part and has made the time travel aspect very fluid and almost believable.I am glad this is a trilogy because I look forward to learning more about Katya and Cyrus and their adventures with "National".

    6. I read about half of this book. I got frustrated because of the childish things in it. A twenty one year old man continues to ask a woman to be his "girlfriend" over and over. He offers her his I D bracelet so they can "go steady". Really? Are they twelve years old and not twenty one? I did like the part about the Chicago fire, but that was a small part of the book. I wish the author had let the characters act the age of twenty one. Maybe, I will attempt to read more of it in the future.

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