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What if you could rewrite the past?

Quinn Black is having the worst day ever...over and over again. The same car blocking his driveway, the same horrific accident he witnesses, the same cop that keeps preventing him from saving his boss from dying in it, and the same memory of a girl from his past that gets sharper each time. 

Then he realizes he has the power to travel through time and change the future. With infinite opportunities to alter the past, the possibilities are endless. Could he prevent terrorist attacks? Natural disasters? The deaths of friends? Or even go back in time and say the right thing to the girl who haunts his dreams? 

Unfortunately, the rules of time travel are more complicated than he imagined, and before long, Quinn is thrust into the greatest race in human history. His actions can either save the world or destroy it. And now the man who could turn back the clock is running out of time.

©2020 Roy Huff (P)2020 Podium Audio

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  • Ronald hollett
  • 12-01-2021

Ending is a letdown

The overall story was pretty good. But the ending had such a flat feel to it. Definitely needed more to spice that up.

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  • 11-04-2021

interesting time travel theory, great narrator

Great concept and story plot if you like sci-fi stories about time travel, excellent development of the characters in the book, although the story had patches where it seemed to go nowhere, but it always ended picking up!

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  • Mary
  • 09-04-2021

Enjoyable & quick but....

A very much more complicated version of Groundhog Day - without the humour. For me, the attempt to explain time travel through the science got a bit laborious but other than that a good (albeit short) story.

The plot sped along at pace and at times a quick replay was needed to remind myself where we were. The characters were good although Jeremy grated a little and Scot's Dad, a lot. The twists and turns were good and the conclusion, sound. At the end of a book I like a short wrap up of all the characters but sadly that was missing.

I've probably been a bit too critical. Would I recommend it ? Yes. It deserves a 4. Just.

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  • A. Listener
  • 05-04-2021

Mixed feelings...

The idea was a good one, but the plot is rather convoluted, and I'm not sure how well it stands up to science, so there's a lot of fantasy here. Good enough to pass a few hours on, but nothing to write home about. Which is a shame because I like time travel stories, but good ones are hard to come by.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-03-2021

Outstanding

A new twist on time travel!! A must for those who love time travel adventures.

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  • Travis
  • 23-01-2021

5 stars for me highly recommend

I'm loving this book I highly recommend to everyone cant wait for book 2 to come out audiobook

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