USA Today Bestselling author, W.J. May brings you a continuation of the international bestselling series, The Chronicles of Kerrigan! Come back and enjoy the famous characters, or step into the series right here. You won't be disappointed!
How can you save the future, when someone's slowly unraveling your past?
Rae Kerrigan and her friends finally have the lives they've always wanted. Jobs, children, security, no super villains trying to destroy the world—things are about as normal as they can get for a band of superspies. But when someone jumps back into the past and starts messing with their future—everything they've worked so hard to build goes up in smoke.
To save their future, the Kerrigan gang must travel back into the past. Using her father's tatu, Rae and the others embark upon a wild time-hopping goose chase as they try to track down this latest threat before things are broken beyond repair.
Will they stop the time traveler before things are too late? Can they manage not to lose themselves in the process? More importantly…
…how far down the rabbit hole are they willing to go?
Passage of Time
READ THE WHOLE SERIES:
Christmas Before the Magic
Question the Darkness
Into the Darkness
Fight the Darkness
Alone in the Darkness
Lost in Darkness
The Chronicles of Kerrigan Series
Rae of Hope
House of Cards
End in Sight
Mark of Fate
Strength & Power
Last One Standing
Rae of Light
The Chronicles of Kerrigan Sequel
A Matter of Time
Glitch in Time
The Chronicles of Kerrigan: Gabriel
Living in the Past
Present for Today
Staring at the Future
Stopping Time, A Passage of Time, Ticking Clock
Customer ReviewsSee All
Not feeling it
Long time fan of the series. Loved the original series, loved the prequels, sequels were okay... but oof. Whatever this is, like, the sequel to the sequel, wasn’t too great. To start, the beginning of the book was relatively confusing, and there was a large gap that I feel needed to be filled between the last book and now. The story line was drawn out and didn’t intrigue me like the others did. It just doesn’t feel like a Rae Kerrigan book. And the ending was ridiculously preposterous. SPOILER ALERT: There was no rhyme or reason on why Kraigen is in the past. Honestly I thought it would be Simon, but Kraigen? Nah, doesn’t feel right to me. Overall, I just feel like this series is unnecessary and is a milk for money. If I were the author, I wouldn’t have ever even wrote the sequels or this book series, but rather replaced it with the story of the gangs children. This would have been much more intriguing as opposed to accidentally time traveling, betting on horse races, fighting big dudes on 400 year old steroids, and becoming part of an Argentinian caravan. The story line seemed weak and willy nilly, and I found it hard to believe that this story needs more. If I could, I would want to see Rae’s daughter grow up, but I’m not willing to drop another 15$ to find that out. I think I will just forget I read this book, or pretend that it was simply not canon. Sorry for the lengthy review but hopefully i Dave someone from falling down a pit trap of spending money on weak plot. Oh, and respect to the author too, I’ve left 5 star ratings on literally all other books. Favorite book series, but won’t be reading this part... or Gabriel either, but that’s just a personal thing.