The Cutting Room: The Complete Season by Edward W. Robertson

Book Review : The Cutting Room: The Complete Season

By Edward W. Robertson

  • Publication Date: 2013-06-17
  • Genre: Adventure
5 Score: 5 (From 10 Ratings)

Book Review

In the future, there are many parallel Earths--but only one of them has time travel. Known as Primetime, its criminals break into the pasts of other worlds, far beyond the reach of conventional police.

Blake Din is the top agent of the Cutting Room, the group tasked with stopping these trespassers. After a mission to undo the murder of a young boy, he uncovers extensive damage to another world's timeline. Cyber-age corporate gangsters are altering their past and killing anyone who might expose them.

Along with his rookie partner Vette, Blake tracks the group back to the Old West. The mobsters mean to use the past to seize control of their future. But Blake's investigation exposes a far-ranging conspiracy. For the first time, it isn't one of the other Earths under attack. It's Primetime.

NOTE: The Cutting Room first appeared as a six-part serial novel. This is the full book-length collection.

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  • This guy is the real deal!

    5
    By Citizenstat
    I've read all the "Cutting Room" series as well as "Zombies of Hobbiton." Robertson's ability to spin a good yarn and maintain the pace and emotionality with near flawless use of language puts him, in my opinion, up there with Joe Haldeman, William Gibson, and John Varley. I only hope he has or will soon have the kind of publisher that has made these guys household names and comfortably well off.

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