An interesting take on an alternate history story with elements of time travel to provide a glimpse of what might have been. Some of the world-building of the future wasn’t as strong or detailed as it could have been (or I would have liked) as it took a while to develop a moderate depiction of the situation. The many characters of the story were decently developed, which made it easy to envision them and root for their success. The wise-cracks the crew made were chuckle- and groan-worthy, but enjoyable nonetheless as it infused the more serious war-time narrative with some levity. The more abstract concept of the mortal and moral ramifications of actions taken during war and the possible technological advances were addressed in the culmination of the narrative, even if perhaps a little too conveniently.
Overall, I’d give it a 3.5 out of 5 stars.