Book Review: Autumn in Carthage By Christopher Zenos

Paperback: 332 pages

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 5, 2014)

My review is based on a print copy provided to me by The Cadence Group on behalf of the author, Christopher Zenos, for review purposes. I was not paid to submit a review.

The novel starts with a package received and inside is a clue to the disappearance, nine months ago, of Dr. Nathan Price’s best friend Jamie. But this clue of Jamie’s whereabouts is in a bunch of documents from the era of the Salem witch trials. Jamie is in Salem of 1760.

The book is a well-written, wonderful tale of time travel, romance and friendship. You’ll fall in love with the characters and feel at peace as you read. It’s also a cautionary tale of politics and shadowy warriors for humanity, trying to justify their actions by appealing to the “greater good.”

Christopher Zenos is a university professor, writing under this pen name. He has contended with mental illness all his life. He writes a darn good book!


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