A Loop in Time

Time Loop, Book 1
Narrated by: William Mark Woelfle
Series: Time Loop, Book 1
Length: 4 hrs and 57 mins
3.8 out of 5 stars (72 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

"We're losing him!" came a frantic voice over the headset.

"I'm still here," the pilot insisted.

"We're losing..." the voice cut out and then there was silence.

"Control, do you read me? Control?" the pilot was panicking.

There was no answer. Suddenly flames burst out all around him. The last thing he remembered was reaching for the eject switch, before his thoughts devolved into an inky black void.

The mysterious pilot was brought into the military hospital unconscious. The base didn't know who he was. Some thought he was an alien, some thought he was a Russian spy all because of the unknown, yet highly advanced airplane he was flying at the time of his crash.

When the pilot awakes, he has amnesia. He gradually gets his memory back only to find that he is not only in the wrong place, he is also in the wrong time.

©2015 Clark Graham (P)2017 Clark Graham

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A story that will occupy your imagination!

This story flows well on the type of thought process involved in contemplation of the time continuum theory.
I do like the way the storyline progressively grows to the beginning.
I would recommend this literature to ages 15 and up

I listened to this audio version of my own accord, and make the above comments on a strictly voluntary basis.

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A voice for the soul!

The narrator is a truly talented individual able to illicit all the appropriate feels from head to toe. Beautifully haunting yet soothing at the same time.

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Connections in Time

A Loop in Time (Time Loop Book 1) Author Clark Graham Performed by William Mark Woelfle I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this honest review. I always like to preface any reviews I give with this information. I am a 68 year old female who has been an avid reader since I was around 10 or 11 years old. I have a great interest in many things. Ancient History and Archeology are at the top of a very long list. I have always been interested in Science and also Science Fiction. I always like to believe there are possibilities. It is a given fact that what once was Science Fiction in the past, has become Science fact and will continue to become so. When I read the premise of this book I was very intrigued and wanted to read/listen to it. This book revolves around an USAF pilot of the F-117A aircraft,(which in our real world was developed by Lockheed Martin Skunk Works Division and has a formidable history in our world). This book was a great experience to listen to. It is also kind of hard to review it as there are multiple dimensions of layers to this story. It is a well written and well thought out story. It is a book with many convolutions within the story line that lead the reader very well. In the course of a test flight something goes awry and our pilot one Jason Ralston and the F-117A disappear, radio contact is lost and a search ensues to hopefully find; at the very least, the wreckage of the aircraft if not the remains of the pilot. Neither pilot, nor aircraft are recovered. Not one scrap of wreckage or any remains of the pilot is found. The story line then shifts to a crash of an aircraft in the Arizona desert. The pilot ejected from the craft and is hospitalized. As the story advances we find out that the pilot has amnesia but slowly realizes he is experiencing a different timeline; a timeline that is decades before his own. I don't want to reveal any more of this story. It is a great story and is also a fun listen as well. For me this story seemed a little, stilted at the beginning, I guess one would say, but it is well worth listening to, or reading. The story quickly becomes more smooth and intriguing within a few chapters. While I really enjoyed this story, I did not feel it was full of a lot of suspense, which is fine. It is a fun experience to listen to. I feel like the author did very well with his research and was very creative in actually being able to bypass the time paradox in a very satisfactory way. I will definitely want to listen to the 2nd book in this series. The voice actor William Mark Woelfle, while being a very good speaker, I found a little hard to get used to his style of narration. This voice actor enunciates so very clearly, and slowly, unlike most of us every day people who tend to have accents or differences in ways of speech that give away our geographical beginnings. As much as I hesitate to say it, this felt like he was too professional in his reading of the book. You know how sometimes when you are read to, or listen to an audiobook; you get caught up in the story and are enchanted by the reading and you know the difference between a storyteller and someone who is reading a book? This is the only way I know how to express the experience. I was always aware that I was being read to, and it made the book seem less gratifying an experience, even though I truly enjoyed the story itself. All in all, this is well worth the time to read, or listen to.

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Loved it!

I actually loved this & didn’t mind the narrator. I was completely absorbed in the book. I’d gotten book two for free so being anal about reading all series in order I had to buy book one and complete it first. I love all things time travel. This story was cute, clean, funny & enduring. I have already started book 2 and while it’s a story that’s been done before there is a lot of originality too. If you love time travel stories as much as I do you will love this one too.

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Conflicted

I didn't finish this one and won't. Sending it back as I just couldn't finish it.

The story isn't bad and I'm conflicted about rating it...can't tell if it would have been an okay "read" (3 stars) with decent narration or if the story and the narrator were both bad. The overly simplistic storyline might be okay if you can stand the horrible, 50s style pulp fiction narrator. I couldn't put up with the narration and can't tell if it was purposefully done in the War of the Worlds melodrama style or not. Is it cultish or just bad?

Bottom line, if you like the old 50s style horror movies like The Thing or the TV show The Outer Limits you might enjoy this one but don't waste a credit, get it on sale.

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oh how times have changed!

An aircraft and pilot is lost, with no trace, disappearing from Radar and voice communication. A pilot, found, but he has no memory of himself or the circumstances behind a very advanced aeroplane, which had crashed near a US military base. Only the wreckage were in pieces and when they were recovered, very intriguing information is found. However, you need to read ( or listen) to the author's rendition of the tale, to understand why the confusion about the crash caused such angst in the governing officers at the base.

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Interesting concepts

This is the third book I’ve read/listened to by this author and I would listen to another. I listened to the other two books in theIs series first. That did not really create a real issue, but I’d still suggest listening in order. This is the third book I’ve listened to by this narrator ( William Woelfle ) and I would listen to another. He has the ability to differentiate character voices yet not all the characters were individualized. He does female voice well. The very obvious intake of breath as he is narrating makes it hard to really get lost in the story. His narration style is more one of reading then performing in some instances. Despite this, I still enjoyed listening and enjoyed the book. There are no explicit sex scenes, excessive violence or swearing. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and voluntarily left this unbiased review. Please feel free to comment on whether you found my review helpful.

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Romantic Comedy Time Travel

Clark Graham presents a very detailed time travel story that is about the people and not the technology. The characters deal with what happens when you try to change history, and how to cope when it doesn't work out. It was a slow pace story and I would have liked more failure, as the protagonist never feels to be in peril. Narrator William Mark Woelfie gives an average performance, but is easy to understand and speaks very clearly. This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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The Story is OK, but the Narration is Poor!

The story was OK but the narration was really poor as the narrator was too formal in his presentation. This book is more for a teenage audience, and there's some cringe-worthy aspects to the story that just aren't good. I can't in good conscience recommend this book.

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Pretty good story, narration could use some work

This is a pretty straightforward time travel story. Overall I liked it, a just a few minor surprises/twists. Basically, imagine what might happen to someone who wound up accidentally travelling and you can come up with much of the plot, especially getting used to old technology, making money, and figuring out how to convince people that you really are from the future. Parts of the plot were clever, but much was exactly you would predict. The biggest weakness was the dialog, and it was difficult to say whether this was due to the writing or the narration. But the conversations just did not sound realistic...too stiff, hardly ever using contractions, it just sounded too formal, and the narration made it sound even more stiff. I generally speed up most of the books I listen to, but this one needed far more speed than I had ever used before. I would would have gone absolutely bonkers at the original speed. I will say that as I work through the rest of the series, it does get better. The writing, the plot, and the narration all steadily improve. Maybe this is partly due to reviewers spelling out what they like and don't like...so keep adding reviews if you want better stories. I was given a free copy of this book at my request in exchange for a fair review, which I have voluntarily left here.