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The Price of Time

Narrated by: Paul Michael
Length: 10 hrs and 26 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (42 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Would your character change...
if you had all the money in the world?
And all the time?
Would you become a better person?
Or worse?

Imagine Agatha Christie meets Michael Crichton in a fast-paced, philosophical mystery thriller. 

There’s a secret in Silicon Valley. A discovery. An invention. One so startling and surprisingly sinister that it needs to be kept - at any price.    

Tim Tigner takes a step back from his best-selling Kyle Achilles series to introduce Zachary Chase and Skylar Fawkes in a fresh stand-alone novel that’s bound to keep you glued and guessing. With secret meetings, sudden disappearances and strange murders, secret agents, skillful assassins, and sexy locations, The Price of Time is packed with fast-paced action and first-class intellectual intrigue.    

Propelling the thrills and perched at the middle of the mystery is one of humanity’s great questions: Would finding the Fountain of Youth be a blessing?    

Prepare for sleep-deprived nights and skipped chores while repeating the phrase: "Just one more minute."   

Amazon named Tim Tigner an All-Star Author in December 2017 and every month since for being one of the most popular authors in Kindle Unlimited.  

©2019 Tim Tigner (P)2019 Tim Tigner

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Thrilling and Thought Provoking

The description say Agatha Christie meets Michael Crichton and that's surprisingly accurate. There are two interwoven storylines taking place, an Agatha Christie And Then There Were None style mystery mixed with a Crichtonesque thriller--solid cutting-edge medical science skillfully mixed with high-tension thrills.

Beginning with the author's brief note, this story has me rethinking the topic of immortality, or "halted aging" as one character called it. I like the way it stimulated my brain as well as my emotions. Few books accomplish that, entertaining while leaving you feeling like you've grown.

The narrator, who I recognize from the Dan Brown Da Vinci Code books, was a good choice for this specific genre mix. His silky voice worked well with all the mystery and intrigue and tantalizing revelation.

There are a lot of characters in this one, as necessitated by the mystery part of the plot. They're well rendered and you like both good and bad. The thriller characters are more typical Tigner, with compelling male and female leads and an antagonist you appreciate but love to hate.

My favorite part was the way the author brought the whole story full circle at the very end. A masterful finishing touch. All in all, another excellent read from one of my very favorite authors.

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The Price of Time

This is another example for Tim Tigner's brilliant mind, it's exciting and keeps you on your toes trying to solve the mystery. Thanks Tim.

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Another great novel!

Tim has become my favorite author. His works are all highly original plots, full of unending twists and turns. This book is no exception. I highly recommend this book to everyone.

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What a let down!

Whoever wrote the description for this book deserves 5 stars—

With such an interesting initial idea, the discovery of an immortality therapy, the book could have explored topics of medical ethics, philosophy, religion, politics, wealth and poverty. But it just devolved into kind of a torturous, run of the mill and pretty implausible, detective novel.

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