Time Trap: Red Moon science fiction, time travel trilogy Book 1

· Red Moon Trilogy Book 1 · Silver Hawk Press LLC
452 reviews

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"...amazingly original and unexpected...I loved every second of reading it!" ~~ Alexandra Fedor, 15, who has read The Book Thief, The Hunger Games, and Anna Karenina.

[Note: Entire series was updated in 2022 to make all point of views 3rd person - we listened to readers who were confused with a mix of first and third person POVs.]


Rayen awakens in a strange place called Albuquerque with no memory of where she is, how she got there... or who she is. She's captured and sent to an unusual institution where she's confused to see real paper. While stuck in a computer storage room with two arguing students, a power inside Rayen manifests unexpectedly and opens a portal, sending her and her unlikely sidekicks to a place harboring a deadly secret that can destroy this world ... and the future.


All she wants is to regain her memory and go home. The only person who can help her is a young elite fighter of the future, who is trapped in a fantastical world where killing the enemy and surviving is all that matters.


With one impulsive action she believed would save a child, she proves she is his enemy.


Micah Caida is a blend of two voices:

New York Times Bestseller Dianna Love and USA Today Bestseller Mary Buckham


A breathtaking debut trilogy where Isaac Asimov meets Hunger Games.


"I have never read a book that was anything like this one before. It felt completely unique to me, which I loved!" ~~Feed Your Fiction Addiction

"Wonderfully written ... I've never read anything like it. Excellent!" ~~Adam, age 28

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452 reviews
A Google user
February 10, 2016
Story started off quite interesting but gradually became too contrived and hard to keep up with. Simplistic at times, I found I had to skip through the second half and get through the final chapter quickly.
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Summer Henderson
March 14, 2016
As most books the beginning is slow. It really didn't pull me in until the last 2 chapters but it pulled hard then. I NEED the next book :-)
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Joshua Young
March 5, 2015
It was a good book and was fun to read, but I thought that sometimes it could use a bit more back story. Sometimes things were happening that didn't make much sense with the story line unless you knew what was going on. Still something I would suggest to someone though.
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