Kirkus Reviews Weighs in on "War of the World Makers"

In a centuries-spanning tale of ambition, intrigue, and conflicting political worldviews, beings that exist outside the normal restraints of time fight to realize mankind's potential. Michaels writes in a dramatic prose style that successfully invigorates the novel's larger-than-life characters and situations. The diversity of settings (including Central Asian khanates, Enlightenment-era Europe, and a far-future Dubai) makes for fun and evocative reading, as do the winks at real-life history.

- Kirkus Reviews