Philadelphia Free Press
Paul Inman tells an intense tale that ranges from the nightmare of a Nazi lab, to the free world of 2028 with scenes flickering back and forth in time to tell a solid tale of a woman always on the run, and the agents obsessed with finding her. Excellent.
Examiner.com
[Ageless is] well-thought out, descriptive, and beautifully written... a debut for the ages and Inman is a talented new writer for readers to watch out for.
Philadelphia Weekly Press
Paul Inman tells an intense tale that ranges from the nightmare of a Nazi lab, to the free world of 2028 with scenes flickering back and forth in time to tell a solid tale of a woman always on the run, and the agents obsessed with finding her. Excellent.
Dave Barrett - Author of It's All Fun and Games - Winner of the Nerdist Collection Contest
A well crafted story with engaging characters, excellent descriptions, and a deep, thoughtful plot. I really enjoyed this story and look forward to Inman's next outing. Perhaps a sequel...?
J-F Dubeau, author of The Life Engineered and winner of the Sword & Laser Collection Contest  
An elaborate story that challenges our inner detective. The intricate plot is a fascinating puzzle to navigate and enjoy.
Examiner.com
...well-thought out, descriptive, and beautifully written...Ageless is a debut for the ages and Inman is a talented new writer for readers to watch out for.
Jason Frye - Cosmic Adventurer's Corner Podcast
A solid first outing from Paul Inman, equal parts action and heart. I look forward to more!
C.J. Pitchford
I want to read more! The characters are interesting, and the tension as well as the stakes keep growing within the short excerpt available here. I guess a thorough edit and revisions will shake out the rookie mistakes, and let the story that's within come out, loud and clear.
Theresa Markila
I'm quite interested in this story, and I really want to see where it's going. I am having some trouble connecting with the characters in the first two chapters, though, and at times I was a little lost. I think that if the dialog could be trimmed somewhat, it might sound more natural. I noticed a lot of spelling and grammar errors, but I'll assume they will be fixed in editing. I will be following. :)