"These are reviews:
Brace yourself for a riveting ride. Fourteen-year-old Bing Brown finds himself swept up in an extraordinary adventure in
Time Dancer 1. After the tragic death of his family, Bing is convinced by a sage time traveler to go on a journey to
reverse time and the horrendous events that killed his parents and sister. His travels take him far from his Washington
Met-how Valley home, far from the idyllic life that he has always known. Caught up in the annals of history, he is forced
to overcome time’s worst enemy, Adabega.
Adabega, the shape shifting dragon-like enormity, is determined to control the world and all its dimensions.
Bing and the time dancer launch a dire mission to destroy the monster so the teenager can return to his own time
period and the family he loves. His success depends on the potion of invincibility whose components are scattered
throughout the archives of time. He finds himself flying through prismatic dimensions to procure the Komodo blood,
jaguar whiskers, whale breath, rhino skin and the feather of truth from ancient Egypt for the philter. The success of
Bing’s quest will also determine the survival of a beautiful princess he met in King Arthur’s castle who is being forced to
marry the evil Adabega.
Author Robert Hult serves an ingenious feast and also offers up superlative tension, engaging
humor and eloquent knowledge in this chivalric apologue. The reader can feel the heat of the dragon’s
breath on his back as Bing flees to the next exploit. This concinnous story is fresh, exhilarating and destined
to become a best seller.
– Sheli Ellsworth
From Vicky's Voice:
Where can you visit a Time Stream, an Ocean of Memories, and the Matrix of Probable Events?
You will have to read a new book by Robert William Hult called, Time Dancer 1. Bing Brown, the fourteen-
year-old protagonist meets the senior Time Dancer, Tammud Tammur, who mentors Bing during a quest to
find the seven ingredients for the Potion of Invincibility. This adventure is fast-paced and exciting when
Bing meets Adabega, an evil sorcerer. Bing's powers enable him to change Adabega into books, balls,
furniture, and even the Smithsonian! Hilarious! A must read if you enjoy science fiction. I cannot wait to
read it to my third graders this school year."