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Publisher's Summary

Ben Travers has gone missing, and Ben Travers needs to find him. Returning home from his harrowing adventures through time, Ben just wants a normal life with the girl he loves, but tying up the loose threads of his fragmented existence is proving more difficult than he ever suspected. Someone is attacking time-travel labs - threatening the safety of the Quickly family - and Ben is getting messages from a version of himself that he thought was dead. When a strange cult of consciousness-shifting time travelers called The Eternals begins to worm its way into the past - endangering the very nature of time and space - Ben will have to solve the mystery of his own disappearance to stop them. He'll journey farther into time than he's ever been before, to protect the family and friends he has come to love, and to discover his own inevitable destiny. Join Ben and Mym in this third novel in the In Times Like These time-travel adventure series. 

©2016 Nathan Van Coops (P)2016 Nathan Van Coops

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Love the characters but not the story

I loved the first book and really liked the second one. This one felt like it dragged on and on and on. Just not as fun as the first books.

I love the characters and will stay with the series but I just didn't like the metaphysical aspects of this one.

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Covers all the time paradoxes!

What did you love best about The Day After Never: A Time Travel Adventure?

I have read hundreds of books about time from philosophers to scientists to sci-fi and Van Coops covers a lot of ground in all the genres and aspects of the paradoxes, love of humanity, and the bits of humor all mixed in.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Ben was my favorite character because he is always the underdog turning into the hero.

What does Neil Hellegers bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Great, precise, and punches it hard when the action gets going.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Yes. I couldn't wait to get in my 40 min commute to work to listen to story. It was riveting.

Any additional comments?

The book could be make into one of the best movies of all time! Pass it on!!!

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  • 03-31-18

Well Worth the Time!

Would you consider the audio edition of The Day After Never: A Time Travel Adventure to be better than the print version?

This series adapts well to a vocal performance because of the variety of interesting characters. You can tell the performer enjoyed doing the characters.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Day After Never: A Time Travel Adventure?

A great part of the book was the final chapter which gave the listener some unexpected but very effective closure for the series.

Have you listened to any of Neil Hellegers’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

This book was perfect for Neil Helleger because he has a great range in doing young and old characters and developing voice personalities that convey anxiety, insecurity, confidence and humorous self-deprecation.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

This book should be listened to in a few sittings because there are natural breaks as the characters shift locations. The pacing is excellent.

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Its great to listen to an audiobook about a well-trodden subject and still be surprised as well as entertained. This series went places that touched on a lot of real-world concerns about the future, but managed to stay positive and optimistic.

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WOW!

Best time travel books I've ever read. If you've made it this far you already know they're great. So go ahead and spend your money. I promise you won't regret it.

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Great story

I loved it! It kept me enthralled the whole time. I hope there's more on the way

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Loved listening to the story.

Loved listening to the story . The narrator really brought the story alive.

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Series remains strong

Oftentimes, I begin a series with much interest, only to become bored when additional books in the series all begin to sound like variations of the first book. This is certainly not the case with Nathan Van Coop’s Time Travel series. Each story contains elements that tie the series together, but with unique storylines. I’m definitely hooked on this series!

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Grew to love it

It took some time for me to get used to the back and forth, trying to figure out which Ben was talking but I stayed in & eventually got used to it & eventually loved the story. The narrator was great in distinguishing the various Bens. I'm eagerly waiting for book 4.

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Very entertaining

Oh the have a chronometer! You have to pay close attention to the time streams but it’s worth it.

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Why is there always a fist fight?

Why is it that regardless of the level of magic/technology/time travel, the conflict always ends up in a fist fight? While I liked that this book continued threads form the first two books, I found the whole section in the Neverwhere ( or was it Neverwhen?) dull and I wasn't interested in the explanation of it. I did like the vision of the future, and there were a few interesting characters. But three of these books are enough for me. The narrator continued to do a good job, especially when there were versions of the same character who had to sound different.

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  • Wressle
  • 11-22-17

fascinating and intriguing.

I really enjoyed this book and i hope theres another one on the way .

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  • N Woodley
  • 12-02-19

Great book

Loved it. Very clever. This series is well thought out and there is a great story arc