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The Man from 2063 Audiobook

The Man from 2063

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"I knew it. I knew it," he repeated to himself. A conspiracy. But who had planned the murder? Was Lee Harvey Oswald even involved?

©2013 Jack Duffy (P)2013 Jack Duffy

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    "Great idea but poor writing and narration"
    What did you like best about The Man from 2063? What did you like least?

    The research the author did was quite in depth and very interesting. But the writing or maybe it was the editing is terrible and the story bounces around without any logical progression.


    What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

    As mentioned above


    What didn’t you like about Ricky Pope’s performance?

    He reads the story very quickly without pausing almost as if he is rushing through it. His voice is pleasant but his presentation is very flat and sounds like he is reading it and not performing.


    Do you think The Man from 2063 needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

    I think the author had a good idea and it is certainly a good subject, so it might be better if he rewrote it with a better editor.


    Any additional comments?

    I understood from the synopsis that this is supposed to be a science fiction story about a man who goes back in time to prevent the JFK assassination. It begins well, but then after the main character supposedly is sent back to right before the date in 1963, he gets dropped and we proceed on to a description of the conspiracy and the people involved and that is when it lost me. I suspect that Jack Duffy after "40 years of research" on the JFK murder, tried to use this as a "fictional" story to express what he feels he uncovered. So, why not just write it as a non fiction expose as others have? Was he afraid or embarrassed to do so? Perplexing!

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