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Publisher's Summary

When Rick Hughes receives a reliquary pendant as a gift from an old friend, he has no idea what's coming next.

Drawn to an old excavation site, Rick stumbles upon a portal that takes him back to the eighth century, and in the middle of a Viking invasion.

After discovering a shocking link to the present, Rick is determined to intervene and save the inhabitants of the village from devastation - and to find a scientific explanation for what is happening.

With the perils of eighth century England surrounding him, can Rick save his new friends and live to tell the tale?

©2019 John Broughton (P)2020 John Broughton

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An enjoyable romp through time

This is a fun listen. It tries a bit too hard to bring in a scientific explanation and academic studies seem a big motivation. You need to really suspend your disbelief at times, and I’m not sure I understood the end, really. But it was enjoyable and engrossing throughout. I received this audiobook for free in exchange for a review.

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Really well done . . . I just kept listening

I loved the cover and title and felt really satisfied by the pace of the book. It was just enough to keep me wanting to go back into the worlds John Broughton created. I'm always a sucker for a time travel book, but when you really get the history right and make a reader feel like they are there, it's a success. I know just how hard it is to write a book like this and I think Andy Stevenson was a great choice for narrator. He got the intonations of the characters right and I forgot, for a while this was a work of fiction. Well done.

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Entertaining

I thoroughly enjoyed this story. It was a very easy/entertaining story with just enough scientific material to make sense and not so much as for the listener to get totally lost. It was fun getting to know each character before and after each of their escapades. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Such an original adventure!

This was an incredibly entertaining story. It didn't require too much work, like some sci-fi novels. it's something anyone and everyone would enjoy, safe for kids, enjoyable for adults. I had fun getting to know the characters and listening as this very original story of a group of time-traveling friends with a mission to accomplish unrolled. The FABULOUS narrator truly brought this story to life. I was sent a list of audiobooks to possibly review and I immediately picked this one, loved it, and voluntarily left a review here because this is my type of story... and I LOVED IT!!!

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Captivating

I have found the story very interesting, and it kept me always wondering what was going to happen next. What was round the corner so to speak. Andy Stevenson's narrating encouraged that too, with good character voices. A very interesting and informative adventure story, and could it be the author's true event?

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  • 06-11-20

Make time to listen to this

What a lovely story. It’s very descriptive and imaginative, without blinding the listener by science. And, how refreshing not to be bombarded by tirades of expletives, as seems to be the fashion these days with many writers! John Broughton’s captivating written word is brought to life by Andy Stevenson’s engaging narration. I was left wanting to hear more at the end of each chapter. So much so, I finished it in two days!