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Dr. Brian Miller, a physicist, is investigating what might be a buried ship along with the military and NASA. During the investigation, he accidentally triggers a time-travel mechanism designed for ultra-long-distance communications. 

He discovers he's landed in his 18-year-old body, but the original occupant is still present.

©2014 David Lawence Morris (P)2021 David Lawence Morris

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loved it

I loved this book. Tim Alexander really brings this story to life and makes you love the characters even more. Dr. Brian Miller, a physicist is brought in by NASA and the military to investigate a ship. One accident lands him in his 18 year old body with his 18 year old self. Once the military finds out what the ship can do. Brian know he must protect the ship and keep it out of the hands of the military.

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Interesting

This book was the story of a man who was called to help investigate an object uncovered and ended up being the person who was sent back into time. The entire book was about how he and his family worked to keep the ship out of the hands of the government and protect the world from the usage of the ship would have.

The characters were good and the relationship was strong between them.

The narrator was very good with emotion and multiple voices for the characters.

This book was provided free of charge with expectation of an honest review.

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Different take on time travel!

Time travel fans like me are used to certain magical elements. Morris tells a story where one physicist changes the world over weeks in his time, but only hours in real time. There is a totally unexpected surprise ending.

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  • John Marsden
  • 02-19-22

Superb Listen

A very entertaining listen. This is the first book I've read of Davids but hopefully it certainly will not be the last. The story is well paced with interesting and well developed characters, the plot despite being fantasy/science fiction is quite believable. A Time Ship is discovered in the Arizona countryside and after some investigation and a slight accident the main character Dr Millers spirit is carried away and arrives in his own 18 year old body. He can talk to his younger self and realises the potential to be able to change history. After a time he finds out how to return to his own time and his 68 year-old body and when he relates his experience to another scientist they realise how dangerous things could get. There are many twists and turns along the way and a very nice twist at the end of the book. Tim Alexander does a superb job of the narration making each individual character come to life. A highly recommended listen. *****
I was kindly given a copy of this book by the author and leave this totally honest and unbiased review.