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"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.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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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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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.

3 of 5 people found this review helpful

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An interesting book

It is different from any book I have listened to or read. A bit strange. Need to give it another listen to see if my views have changed from strange.

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Great story!

I loved this story! It took me a minute to get into it, but I was hooked after the first chapter or two. The story had several surprising twists that I didn't see coming. I couldn't quit listening and finished in one sitting. The narration was okay. I'm not sure if it was the way the book was written or the way it was narrAted, but at times it was a bit stilted. That said, it's not worth missing the great story! I'm looking forward to listening to the next book in the series, I've already downloaded it! I received a review copy at my requested and voluntarily reviewed.

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You Can't Change Time

As ably narrated by William Mark Woelfle [AUDIO], this Heinleinesque take on the consequences of time travel is a rousing adventure and great romance tied up in a SciFi package. Don't want to offer spoilers but there is a lot of fun with technology here. HINT: If you are listening on a variable speed device and not competing with road noise or other distractions you might want to boost the play speed a bit as the base narration is clear and deliberate.

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

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Review slipped through the cracks!

I thought I had previously reviewed this audio book, but apparently not. Anyway, it was a very well written book, with better than average twists on how you can mess up your future by changing time. The twists provide humorous/horrific consequences. I whole heartedly recommend this book.

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I had fun with it

It took me on a fun Journey. It wasn't thrilling. It was more of a what I like to call, a "Cozy time travel escapade" Let's put it this way, I liked it enough to buy the next book in the series.

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Interesting idea with a realistic execution.

I did not care for the narrator on this one. I found his voice a bit flat and although I think he was trying to, he was just not able to convey the emotion at many points in the story.

As for the story, It was worth the bad narrator and definitely worth your credits.
I really liked the idea behind the story and thought the execution of the idea was very well written and certainly believable. Loved the "I am my own grandpa" line. This story takes that line to a whole new level.

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

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Back In Time

An interesting story about accidental time travel. A test pilot ends up traveling back before his own birth when a flight to test a new engine design goes wrong. This story is a nostalgic retrospective of life in middle America from the Viet Nam war forward. It's light-hearted and doesn't get too tied up with time paradoxes and alternative time lines.
Definitely worth an afternoon's listening time.