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All Thomas Weaver wanted was death. What he got was time travel. 

Thomas Weaver, haunted by a teenage tragedy, lived a wasted life. He closed his eyes for what he believed was the last time in 2016, but opened them again in his teenage bedroom and body in 1976. Now a middle-aged man in his teenage body, he sets out to fix everything he did wrong in his first life. A budding serial killer in home room, a possible new romance, and high school algebra complicate his plans.

What would you do, if you could do it all again?

Includes a special bonus note read by the author.

©2016 Shawn Inmon (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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Familiar Premise, but Superb !! Great Performance.

There are a lot of books in the time-travel sub-genre about going back to re-live part of one's early life. But there was something about the review I read that encouraged me to take a flyer and try this one. Now, I'd like to do the same for you. The principal character is intentionally problematic, but engaging. The secondary characters are interesting and emotionally engaging. The plot has many unexpected turns. There is a good deal of both thinking and excitement. The writing is well-constructed, well edited and full. And......the narration is REALLY good. Heller voices a number of semi-noir detective novels and his delivery is so unexpectedly spot-on that it is hard to believe. I don't know who selected him for this book -- I wouldn't have thought of it in a million years -- but it is genius. There are several other titles in the series, at least one of which is out in print (though not Audible yet.) I really look forward to more from this author !

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Fascinating concept and conceptualization

I was intrigued with this concept and became totally immersed in Thomas's story. I didn't at first care for the narrator's voice, but was impressed at his ability to naturally deliver lines by multiple characters and came to enjoy his telling of the story. The epilogue as nicely done, and the author's explanation of how this book evolved was fascinating. The preview of the next book leaves me breathlessly waiting to dig deeper into the author's perception of reincarnation, akashic records and how souls seem to travel together, repeatedly influencing each other's life paths.

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great narration, gripping story

I haven't listened to Johnny Heller before but this makes me a fan. His performance is subtle but so moving in places. The story was satisfying time travel but also a mix of mystery, and a love story. The interaction of the kids playing D&D were nostalgic in a Stranger Things way. Definitely recommended and I'm looking forward to hearing Michael Hollister's story play out in the next volume.

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Really makes you think

This book has many twists and turns and makes you think about each one individually and how it affects the rest of these characters lives. It is easy to translate into your own situation And make sure to pause and wonder what you could have done different and what would have changed if you did

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Shawn Inmon's unique outlook and talents.

I have listened to all of his books that involve reincarnation. The 'Life' books. The narrators were great and so were the books. I love his ideas and imagination. I think that most of us who love time travel have a strong desire for do overs in life. Many listeners and readers will praise his stories. I second the motion.

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A Good Story Well Told

I'm a big time traveler fan (I might even tell you I'm a time traveler but would have no way to prove it so I won't). The best part about any time travel story are the characters that you can relate to and who have realistic reactions to the situation. Honestly it's more of a reincarnation story but I suppose the line blurs. Real solid story and characters. I recommend it. Not heavy at all in the Sci-Fi Fantasy which is my favorite kind.

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Good book if you like sci-fi or time travel

It's a darn good Time travel book. The thing I hate is that the book just ends the story then starts the entro to a second book that isn't available yet. It could have included more antics or maturity of the main players. Even though they are in the body of teens, they forget that there maturity should be appropriate to the age they did at. If the book was half the price or credit, then I would expect less.
The narrative is good, but the narrator was 5 star.

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unable to put down

I am an avid "reader" of all things audio books, however, I very seldom will write a review beyond the standard star rating. This entire book series was read within 5 days. I simply could not put it down. Shawn Inmon has completely gotten my attention and has gone above and beyond in this series. If you're fascinated by reincarnation or the afterlife, then I highly recommend this series. It was very well thought out and written and the characters are lovable. These are the kind of books that will keep you thinking long after the credits. I look forward to more in this series and more from this writer.

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Time Travel..with a Twist

I am a big fan of time travel books. I stumbled upon this gem and couldn’t stop listening. Imagine living your life over, knowing what you know now. This is the story of Thomas Weaver and a time travel concept new to me and extremely addictive. Shawn Inmon captures the feel of past eras and makes you feel like you’re there with his characters. Give this different kind of time travel story a try!

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Excellent!

I'm not even finished and I've already bought and downloaded the next three books in this series! I like the writer's style--easy, engaging, and keeping me guessing. Sometimes you just need to step away from daily stress and be entertained. You'll find that here.

The narration is spot on for the story.

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Disappointing

This has such good reviews on Amazon, but I really found it 'lack lustre'. The story was OK, but I wasn't gripped as I have been by other time travel tales. I don't think that the narrator helped the situation much. the protagonists were quite pleasant and were kind to each other, but overall I got rather bored.

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