A particle physicist devastated by the loss of his wife from a recent car accident believes he can get her back by using a newly discovered element that appears to have travel time abilities. His plan is to use the element to go back in time to the day of his wife's accident and do something to prevent the accident. The problem is that his exposure to the element has already put him into the hospital a few times and his doctors have warned him to stop whatever he is doing or it will kill him. He ignores their advice and continues to attempt to go back in time but keeps failing to reach the day of his wife's accident because he needs more electron volt energy. In a desperate attempt to go back far enough in time, he gets reckless and bypasses a safety circuit in the accelerator control circuitry allowing him to generate the maximum amount of electron volt energy possible. Unfortunately, instead of taking him back in time the element turns into a nightmare that he must now fix or the earth is doomed for certain destruction....
©2016 S. R. Reed (P)2016 S. R. Reed
I soon became frustrated with the persistent use of the same verbs at the end of almost every sentence.
"...he said softly". "...she said softly".
I'm also certain that I'll never forget that Steve regularly journeyed to the "detector chamber area.
sadly, this is what remains in my mind once I finish this book. ):
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