Trav Becker is a police detective with multiple lives. Or to be more accurate, he’s a police detective who knows that multiple versions of himself live in countless different streams of existence.
When another Trav Becker appears bleeding and dying at his front door, Trav quickly realizes that something is dreadfully wrong in the multiverse.
Pursued by an FBI profiler who believes (with some justification) that Trav is hiding something, the detective races to save two kidnapped girls while also trying to sort out why he keeps turning up dead.
Desperate to preserve his home timeline, Trav is thrust into a hidden war that threatens to destroy the very fabric of reality itself.
Dennis Green returns to the universe he created in "Traveler" for another mind-bending thriller.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
In ‘Prisoner’ we meet main character Trav Becker again. Trav is a police investigator with the ability to enter other versions of the world he lives in. The last time he traveled between ‘worlds’, his life changed drastically and ever since that experience Trav tries to be ‘normal’ and forget about these other worlds. But forgetting about it becomes hard when other ‘Trav’s’ come bleeding and dying to his door. When the case of two missing little girls, where Trav has been working on for weeks, seem to involve the different ‘worlds’ and traveling between them, Trav is forced to do everything in his power to save the girls. And that means getting in the middle of the things he tried to forget about. The thing with The Traveler Chronicles is that this is a book series unlike anything I’ve ever read before. It’s very interesting, intriguing and it definitely keeps you guessing until the very end. I don’t know what it is with Dennis W. Green’s writing, but it keeps you hooked till the very last page. It’s definitely not because this is an easy to read book. The Traveler world is very complicated and definitely needs your complete attention. Especially since there are multiple versions of Trav in this book. I was definitely a little confused at times, but the action, the thrill of the story and the awesome characters definitely made up for this. The most impressing thing about this book is the way there are multiple versions of the three main characters Trav, Sam, and Morgan, but you’re still able to keep them apart. It’s a little confusing at times but not so much to make you lose the line of the story. And the confusing part actually fits the story since the main character is also confused about all the same looking people. I found this to be a very impressive part about this book. The Traveler Chronicles definitely is a very interesting book series. I like the cases Trav works on, and combined with the Traveler world this is definitely a book that will not bore you fast. I definitely recommend reading the first book ‘Traveler’ before this one. Great job again Dennis W. Green! ;)