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  • Time Tunnel: The Twin Towers

  • By: Richard Todd
  • Narrated by: Natalie Naudus
  • Length: 9 hrs and 1 min
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (275 ratings)

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"Todd grippingly conjures a what-if time-travel scenario that's unusually believable." (Kirkus)

"Time Tunnel: The Twin Towers is a wonderful piece of work with great actions scenes and a fantastic storyline that would be enjoyed by a wide audience." (Manhattan Book Review)

"The Twin Towers is a compelling, fascinating read that ends with the reader anxious for the sequel." (San Francisco Book Review)

September 10, 2001. Special Forces Major Kyle Mason is honeymooning at New York’s SoHo Grand Hotel with his bride, Padma Mahajan. The couple’s hotel is only a few hundred yards away from Padma’s place of work on the 105th floor of the World Trade Center’s North Tower.

When Padma steps out for coffee and a cigarette, a mysterious visitor enters the honeymoon suite, warning Kyle of an incomprehensible catastrophe that will result in the total destruction of the World Trade Center towers, killing his wife. The stranger enlists Kyle’s help to avert a disaster that will occur the following morning - on 9/11.

The first book in the Time Tunnel series, Time Tunnel: The Twin Towers, re-imagines 9/11 as a critical inflection point in time, the outcome of which the government determines must be altered in order to reverse the course of the American empire.

©2019 Richard Todd Miller (P)2019 Richard Todd Miller

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Great Time Travel Genre

I've really enjoyed the books in the Time Travel genre - thought I'd found all the good ones but stumbled on this after an Audible email blast recommendation - great writing - plot, character development, suspenseful. The time travel explanation even makes sense, although like most in this series they don't always deal with "the butterfly effect" very well. If you like this genre, you'll love this book.

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Compelling story with lots of style and intrigue

Loved this unfortunately fictional account of the saving of the Twin towers. Loved the characters and can't wait to start Book 2 which promises to be as much of a cliff hanger as Book 1.

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Solid start to a new time travel series.

OK, admittedly I am old enough to have watched the Irwin Allen TV series when it aired in 66-67. The cover of the book, and a handful of themes contained in it, echo the original. That said, this is highly original for the most part, and is a promising start to a series ( the sequel is out already.)
Todd can occasionally be derivative and overly bombastic to my taste, and certainly, there is some of that here. However, the strong characters, set against the action background ( in a variety of "creative" environments ) more than compensate.
Natalie Naudus does an outstanding job of bringing these large characters to life.
Overall, worth the credit and the time ( hah ) to start into a new time travel series. Recommended.

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solid 4 star

I reserve 5 star for truly unforgettable books . This wasn't quite that good but I will definitely buy book 2.

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Wow! Just wow!

I was dazzled by this story, which skillfully weaves a painful day in history with believable science fiction and touching romance. The story, beautifully narrated by Natalie Naudus, fired on all cylinders and touched all emotions . Bravo! I can’t wait to read the first sequel.

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big mistake

the accent of the character Dr Strangelove didn't work. couldn't understand what he was saying, I liked the book but had to fast forward when the phoney accent presented its self, very frustrating

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A Sucker For Time Travel Stories

First, I received this book from the author and was asked to provide an honest review.

I'm a sucker for time travel stories, so this was right up my alley. Time travel. Changing past events. Area 51 and conspiracy theories. Check. I enjoyed the story, and I look forward to picking up the sequel. It did start off slowly, with roughly half the book taken up with back story and character definition. I can't really decide how I feel about that. Perhaps more of that back story could have been woven into present-day, by which I mean 2008 Time Tunnel events, although that might have meant flashbacks, which would have maybe been more awkward? I can't make up my mind about that aspect. That aside, weaving actual events and UFO speculations and so forth into this story...well done. Does Richard Todd know something we don't? One wonders. The truth, as they say, is out there.

The narrator is all right. I'm not terribly picky about narrators, growing up as I did with audiobooks (before audiobooks were cool), and narrators that ranged from phenomenal to phenomenally bad. That said, there was something about this one. She has some unusual vocal mannerisms/ticks that distracted me a little. Nothing major, no huge deal. What bothered me more was the fake German accent, which bordered on sounding like a fake French accent. It just kind of grated a little, and I think doing away with it wouldn't have detracted from the storytelling in any meaningful way.

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Definitely worth a listen

The story is relatable to anybody that crew up in the 911 aftermath. This is a wonderful look at a "what if" situation and I enjoyed all of it. Looking forward to the second book and how it might continue.

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