Jack Augur comes back from 30 years in the future to stop his own wedding. Although he was warned not to tamper with any other events, within minutes of meeting his younger self, he is responsible for the accidental death of the man who is to go on to invent the time machine.
As they struggle together to undo the damage they've done and get the world back on track, mysterious beings thwart their every attempt. John David Krygelski's second novel, Time Cursor is a rollercoaster ride of suspense, action, and intrigue with an ending that will not disappoint.
Despite a few places where I found it a little too crazy to suspend disbelief even for a time travel novel, I found this an interesting story. I enjoyed the characters and their plight seemed real most of the time. The weak parts are the long explanations at the end where no one is doing anything anymore except explaining or listening to the explanation, and the narrator. Everything IS explained and you aren't left hanging so I can deal with the long "this is what really happened" ending. The story is read by the author and I have never listened to an audio book where this was a good thing. Mr. Krygelski is not a bad reader but he isn't a performer. Fiction needs a performer. It was a good read and worth the credit though the print version might be better.
Unbelievable even for this genre. It seemed to never end. insipid and poorly read. Avoid!