On the Horizon – one day all this will be yours (Adrian Tchaikovsky)

Ahoy there mateys!  I received this sci-fi eARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.  So here be me honest musings . . .

Title: one day this will all be yours

Author: Adrian Tchaikovsky

Publisher: Rebellion / Solaris

Publication Date: TOMORROW !!! (hardback/e-book)

ISBN: 978-1781087060

Source: NetGalley

Adrian Tchaikovsky’s work is always enjoyable so when I saw time travel and dinosaur I said Arrrr!  This was exactly as expected.  It was a quick and humorous read where the mechanics of the time travel made me noggin ache a little but I had a lot of fun.

The grumpy ex-soldier standing at the end of the broken world and broken time is a hoot.  How he spends his time (pun intended hardy har har!) is just delightful.  Sure he is crazy but that be part of the fun.  And the dinosaur is just plain awesome.  It’s short at 192 pages but it was silly good.  The plot did bog down just a tad.  But that was very, very minor.  Recommended.

So lastly . . .

Thank ye kindly Rebellion / Solaris!

Side Note: Keep working on his backlist.  Arrr!

Goodreads has this to say about the novel:

Welcome to the end of time. It’s a perfect day.

Nobody remembers how the Causality War started. Really, there’s no-one to remember, and nothing for them to remember if there were; that’s sort of the point. We were time warriors, and we broke time.

I was the one who ended it. Ended the fighting, tidied up the damage as much as I could.

Then I came here, to the end of it all, and gave myself a mission: to never let it happen again.

To visit the author’s website go to:

Adrian Tchaikovsky – Author

To buy the novel please visit:

one day this will all be yours – Book

To add to Goodreads go to:

Yer Ports for Plunder List

Previous Log Entries for this Author

walking to aldebaran (On the Horizon – Sci-Fi eArc)
dogs of war (Captain’s Log – Sci-Fi)
made things (Captain’s Log – Fantasy)

8 thoughts on “On the Horizon – one day all this will be yours (Adrian Tchaikovsky)

  1. I agree, Cap – this one was a lot of fun! And while there is often slightly ironic humour in the form of unintended consequences, this was plain funny, if rather dark…

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    1. His books are so weird but good. This one would be a good place to start as I think it is pretty accessible. Plus I haven’t seen a negative review of it yet from any of the crew, Arrr!
      x The Captain

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