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Major Robert Dalton swallowed involuntarily. After his crash, he vowed he would never fly again. Not only was he forced to fly again, now he would be flying into the past. It was a new plane was designed to travel through time. The mission was going to fail. He knew that. It was more than a premonition. His assignment: Kill Hitler. Stop the Holocaust before it starts. No one could foresee the consequences of changing the time-line. Would he destroy everything and everyone in the process?

©2016 Clark Graham (P)2017 Clark Graham

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A chance to change history- what could go wrong?

Buried in some archives they find the plans to a time machine and proof it worked. What do you do?... build it and see if you can make it work again, and attempt to alter history. What can go wrong, right? Major Dalton had no intents on being the pilot but, as the first mission plan is laid out, it is determined he’s the best man for the job. Reluctantly, he joins his copilot and they go back in time with the intent of stopping Hitler. Dalton has already seen proof and figured out that this won’t work, yet, he continues on with the plan.

I enjoyed this book and the theories about time travel. The characters were likeable. The story covers both present day and the events that occur in the past. Once Dalton confirmed his mission was a bust, he did not take long inserting himself into the new time. Personally, I think he was incautious. The book has a finality to it, but also could be expanded upon. I wonder if there is a book 3?

The narrator did a pretty good job reading this book, however, the narrating speed is slow. Listening at 1.25x speed makes it a more comfortable listen. His voices are pleasant to listen to and the female voices are not squeaky, or high pitched, however, many of the voices are similar. Despite this, I did not find this made listening to the book difficult.

There are no explicit scenes sex or excessive violence or swearing.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and voluntarily left this unbiased review.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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What if time changes?

I was drawn to this story because I enjoy time travel stories. Initially, it starts out with a military focus, finding out about the possibility of a time machine and the schematics to build it. We meet the characters and build the story. Questions arise about changing time. What happens if a major historical event is changed somehow, especially if that event caused extreme pain and suffering? Will changing the event make things better? How will it impact the now?

I found the story a bit dry at the beginning, but it picked up the pace about a third of the way. Once engaged, I wanted to know what happened and was easily drawn back to the story.

The narrator was a bit monotone and did not really create character voices; however, that might have been difficult with most of them being soldiers many from the same area and dialect.

If you enjoy time travel stories, this one may appeal to you, especially if you like to consider the possibilities that mucking around in time could create. I received this audiobook, at my request, in exchange for an honest review.

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I love time travel stories

Nobody know the repercussions of possible time travel.. if you make a change in a historic persons life, how much change would occur.

With A Hole In Time, this is given.. A pair are sent back in time to do away with Hitler as a young child. They had an opportunity to see what actually happens with something changes.

I found the beginning of this book very slow and I put it down for a bit. But I started again, and so glad I did.. I love time travel books and this one did not disappoint as I got into it. The narrater was a little off, he sounded like he was reading the book, but I did get use to it.

I'd like to listen to the rest of this series..


I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review

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Not gonna lie, this was Meh!

This book had a very interesting premise. Major Robert Dalton is assigned to take a new time travelling plane and fly it back to 1942 to kill Hitler, thus preventing the holocaust and WWII. However, something goes wrong and Dalton winds up in the late 1890's and the plane is too damaged to fly again, so he must destroy it and he is stuck in the past.

The first half of the book was rather boring and slow. It wasn't until Dalton became trapped in the past that the story, now his story of how he adapts to his situation and makes a new life for himself, was the good part. Oddly enough, Dalton suspected this would happen due to a clue found in a home where a man named Dalton had lived and died. Turns out the Dalton's were one and the same.

There was no character development in the first half, the military guys were all just cardboard cutouts and the narrator was slow and boring. He got better, along with the story, in the second half, although he was still slow.

I have not read or listened to the first book in this series, and don't know if I will go back or look for any more by Graham.

It's not terrible, but it's not great, either. I think it really could have been maybe if Dalton had actually arrived in 1942 Germany and tried to carry out that mission. Instead, the story bypasses the mission to trap Dalton even earlier in time.
A real shame the author did not follow through on the story.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Great second book on series

Another great book in the series. While I did enjoy book one a bit more I still liked this one a lot. I really love time travel books. The whole would you go back & kill Hitler thing has been done before but it was still very good. I can only hope there is a book 3.

Good clean story & great narration.

I was voluntarily provided this review copy at no charge by the author, publisher and or narrator.

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I love this series

I absolutely loved the first book in the series and couldn't wait to listen to the second. This one is a good story, too, a great continuation of the first story; however, I enjoyed the first one a tad more. The narration is okay, not great, a bit stilted...as it was with the first book. I received a review copy at my request and voluntarily reviewed.

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its just ok

the story doesn't have as much action or time travel as expected. All the characters talk and act very flat and lack development. The logistics of the story are interesting but that's about it.

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I was in a loop

the book is very very good the story is very intriguing and notice that the book wasn't that long though it wasn't a long book it provided with all the information with all the feelings of the character his fears and his strength the story was captivating and I loved it so very much the time travel was very well described and all the Adventure was breathtaking

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."

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  • norman
  • burlington, nc, United States
  • 02-15-18

Very good story

The narrator was very monotonous. Changing the playback to 1.25 made all the difference.The story itself was very entertaining and more than made up for the narration. I haven’t heard Book 1, but this story was fine without it.
I was given this book and freely made this review

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  • Jayde
  • Nampa, ID
  • 02-13-18

The first one was noticeably better

Clark Graham has an interesting idea for time travel. This volume goes into much more detail about the plane and problems of making it work. More than half the story was before the plane took off. Of course the idea behind this second volume made that an important side of the story. Overall I think this was a good story and a good continuation of the series.

The one major problem with this series is the narrator. I think the story could have been much better if it had been read by someone else. Very monotone and almost no emotion. At times I felt he was on a time limit and in a hurry to get done.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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  • Phil
  • 06-02-18

story great narration poor

story great with lots of detail, spoiled however by narration that sounded mechanical or almost computerised without pauses you would expect for impact of certain phrases.

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  • Norma Miles
  • 03-08-18

A hole in time beneath the hearth.

A review of secret files closed for 25 years uncovers one which suggests that time travel was once believed possible, tried - and failed. But did it? And why the secrecy about the actual return of the experimental subject, previously believed dead?
This is a tale in two parts: the building of a machine to travel through time and the experiences of the two German speaking pilots who embark on a mission to change history by killing Hitler as a child.

Both of the interleaved stories are interesting but written in a rather dry, even stilted at times, language making for less than three dimensional protagonists. Narrator, William Mark Woelfle has a good, rich voice well suited to the subject matter; well modulated with some character definition, he still is unable to lift the story beyond a fairly dry reporting. The initial breathiness of the opening sequences is improved later but there are still a few strange pronunciations (for example that of hors d'oeuvers).
Altogether, an interesting book juggling with the ideas of what happens if the past could be altered, worth reading if the whole concept of time or science fiction is an interest. My thanks to the rights holder for freely gifting me a complimentary copy of A Hole In Time, at my request, via Audiobook Boom.