Back from their mission as the Bad Love Tigers to secure the secrets of Area 51 and the White Hole Project, the Bad Love Gang are summoned to the Oval Office by President Gerald Ford. They receive his blessings to use the White Hole Project to attempt intergalactic space travel in search of the cure for Hannah Lieb’s breast cancer. But Ford warns them, their arch-enemy, Russian KGB super-agent, Borya Krovopuskov, remains at large and a constant threat.
Fighting off the KGB and Krovopuskov, the group sets a trap for him as they plan to return to Area 51 in 1942, using the White Hole. They reconnect with their alien friend, Blue Nova One, on Earth’s sister planet, Azur, 11.5 billion light years away. The Blue Azurians are facing a dire shortage of blue exotic matter and the Republic of Azur is facing a volcanic extinction event of historic proportions. The Bad Love Gang must deal with dinosaurs, the forces of nature, the mystery of The Bermuda Triangle and alien politics in their race to get the cure for Hannah. Can they do it?
Kevin Schewe’s ‘Bad Love Series’ of science fiction adventures take storytelling to the next level. This talented author not only transports his readers on exciting adventures through time, which are historically accurate, but he also enhances their enjoyment by suggesting a sound track list. Throughout the book there are references to these songs which evoke wonderful memories for the characters, and fit into the plot brilliantly.
The main protagonists are the Bad Love Gang who live up to their motto ‘Live dangerously, have fun, don’t die.’ They are all described in the front of the book and this is where the readers discover their nicknames, and the reasons behind them. As the series has progressed the gang has grown, and between them they have a wide expanse of knowledge and skills, which prove invaluable during their escapades. However, the gang are hunted by spies Boris and Christine Krovopuskov, who will stop at nothing to learn the secrets of The White Hole Project (time machine) for Mother Russia, killing without compassion anyone who gets in their way!
As Bad Love Beyond begins, the gang find themselves invited yet again to The White House, Oval Office. However, although only ten weeks have passed since their last meeting with President Gerald R. Ford for the gang, it has been thirty years for the President. Those years between have taught him to respect the advice of the gang, and he reads them extracts from The Book of Presidents about their last visit, and events which happened in 1945 (story told in Bad Love Tigers, Book 2 in the series.) They talk about an imminent NASA mission in the planning, and then Bubble Butt reveals he has an idea for a secret plan to use The White Hole Project to go into the future. It hinges on going back in time to WWII, when the gang were sent on a mission to keep the Area 51 Project, and its secrets in America’s hands. It was on this adventure that they saw the alien Blue Nova One, he believes he can go back, re-live the time, and seize the moment to explore the future.
It’s a success! The gang are transported to the beautiful planet Azure, 11.5 billion light years from Earth, and find the planet, how it has evolved, its people, and their technology fascinating. Good relations are established. However they soon discover that the Queen of Azur is worried, an environmental disaster is set to destroy the Republic of Azure, a distant island nation, however, distrust has arisen between the peoples, can the Bad Love Gang heal the rift, help, and avert disaster? Join the gang as they battle bravely against adversity, facing danger and death in their quest to save the planet, and the people of the Republic of Azure.
Vividly detailed, and historically accurate, this author sends his readers on an unforgettable rollercoaster of a time travel story, guaranteed, I believe, to rival the classic ‘The Time Machine’ by H. G. Wells. Highly recommended!
November 8, 2020
The Bad Love Gang is back at it with an ample supply of action, adventure, espionage, intrigue and suspense that keeps you enthralled and engaged with anticipation to turn the next page. The adventure takes us to a new planet with many parallels that remind us of the sadness, elation and political ramifications not so far from home... even though it’s 11.5 billion light years away!
As a radiation oncologist in practice for over 30 years, I’m amazed by Dr. Schewe’s ability to masterfully weave the recondite world of nuclear physics and time travel and apply it for the betterment of ‘humankind’. The historical detail gives one a fascinating glimpse of the majesty of erstwhile times and the paradoxical truth , quoted by Jean Baptiste Alphonse Karr, “plus ça change, plus cest la même chose”- The more things change the more they stay the same...
The accurate facts, places and settings appeal to many interests: the history buff, science fiction enthusiasts, music lovers and spy devotees. It’s like flying through the Museum of Natural History, the National Air and Space Museum, Jurassic Park and captain Kirk’s starship with a wonderful tour guide; fascinating and compelling for all readers with a diversity of interests.
David A. Holladay, M.D.
October 27, 2020