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Dashiell Hammett meets Kurt Vonnegut in this fast-paced science-fiction thriller. Plot twists, espionage, and backstabbing are all delivered with sharp-witted dialogue. It's a whirlwind ride through history, time, and space, as our hero, Zeta, finds love, loses love, commits murder, and goes on the lam. Experience his home planet, Numa, through his eyes, as he becomes the victim of corporate treachery.

Find out why The History Force has been modifying Earth's history. If you can hit the stop button after starting to listen to this, then you really should see a doctor.

©2018 Andrew G. Szava-Kovats (P)2018 Andrew G. Szava-Kovats

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A story line with promise but a promise missed

I was looking for a rich delve into the dynamics of manipulating history, but what I discovered was a tale that sounded like something written by a high school student. A lot of promise in the premise but a promise missed. The characters are very flat, one-dimensional portraits, and the understanding and scholarship of historical events is just as shallow. This was a very disappointing experience, and after 4 hours of hoping for the book to develop, I just have to stop. The author needs more development so his writing becomes deeper than the electronic page it is written on.

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