Clock mechanic Danny Hart knows he’s being watched. But by whom, or what, remains a mystery. To make matters worse, clock towers have begun falling in India, though time hasn’t Stopped yet. He’d hoped after reuniting with his father and exploring his relationship with Colton, he’d have some time to settle into his new life. Instead, he’s asked to investigate the attacks.

After inspecting some of the fallen Indian towers, he realizes the British occupation may be sparking more than just attacks. And as Danny and Colton unravel more secrets about their past, they find themselves on a dark and dangerous path–one from which they may never return. (via Goodreads)

I received an eARC from Edelweiss, courtesy of Sky Pony Press, in exchange for an honest review.

Holy crap, y’all. I thought I loved Timekeeper when I reviewed itChainbreaker blew. my. mind. I highly recommend reading Timekeeper before you read this review, though I will try to keep it as spoiler-free as possible.

Three things are true in Chainbreaker – Colton is exactly as much of a cinnamon roll as you expect him to be, Daphne gets to be more of her awesome self, and we get to meet several more awesome characters. You shouldn’t trust anything or anyone else in this book, which is AWESOME.

There isn’t a lot I can tell you about this story without it being spoiler-filled, but we learn about the origins of the towers, about how time works, and you’ll love every minute of it.

Also it ends on a hell of a cliffhanger. So beware. And go buy it on Amazon or Indiebound.

One thought on “Review:: Chainbreaker by Tara Sim”

  1. I just finished this one and was a little dissapointed by it. I still thought it was a good read (4 stars) but it was a bit too slow at moments for me personally. Timekeeper had something special for me.

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