| Chaos Theory |
by Martin Tattersall
$0.00, 173 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #80 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
Evolution and extinction, natures unbreakable cycle, for all species must inevitably succumb to this cruellest of natural orders. Except, potentially, us. We follow as Dr Clive Mathews and Taragus, a time-travelling alien from the planet Terros-MeenÒs (Meenoh), change history to start the human-race on a journey that could ultimately break the cycle, if we can succeed second time around.
With themes of determinism, the beginning of the universe, are we alone, and questions of creators, only Taragus can provide all the answers, turning theoretical physics into fact. But are his motives as they seem.
Hang on tight through a rollercoaster of a journey across the universe, and beyond.. Jump back in time to change one pivotal moment that sets the future in a new direction, then jump forwards to every important moment in humankinds progression through the levels of civilisation, all the way to the end of the universe itself, and further still.
| Blue Devils |
by Seth Chambers
$0.00, 23 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #127 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
The Althusians traveled vast distances to reach Earth. Unfortunately, hyperspace travel stripped away their memories, so they arrived deranged and confused. After a period of intense study and rehabilitation, these aliens were freed to live among humans.
All seemed well, until they developed a peculiar talent for time travel.
Seth Chambers spent much of his formative years happily engrossed in the works of Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Arthur C. Clarke, Theodore Sturgeon, Robert Heinlein, Alfred Bester, and numerous other science fiction masters.
Seth is the author of What Rough Beasts, Little Bird, and Beautiful Machines. His novella, "In Her Eyes," was a nominee for the Sturgeon award and an honoree of the James Tiptree award. Seth lives in the Chicago area and can be contacted directly at SethChambersAuthor@gmail.com
| Jack Pays Back: Elsie's Travels Part One |
by James H Jones
$0.00, 331 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #120 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
When accidental time-traveller Jack Byrne is stuck for 48 hours in a Dales village in 1955, he is rescued by 14 year old Jimmy Ravenscroft and given bed, board and comfort by the boy's family at Watermill Farm.
Home in Harrogate in 2010, he has to recruit friend Sue to go back to '55 with him, to prove his story, and also worries about how to repay the Ravenscrofts.
Back at Watermill Farm, he finds a way to pay them back, after all, by ridding them of a serious threat to their very lives, from their odious son-in-law Billy Burnham.
Along the way, we learn of Alice Ravenscroft's history from the 20s and 30s, the tragic death of her first husband, and her fight to keep their business going,
while raising their two children.
Mechanical heroes of the story are Jack's Toyota Land Cruiser (Elsie) and Alice's cherished 1935 Alvis Speed Twenty
5.0 out of 5 stars A time travel book with a twist, 7 May 2014
This review is from: Jack Pays Back - Elsie's Travels Part One (Kindle Edition)
Brilliantly written, conjuring up pictures of North Yorkshire at three different times. I believed the second ending more than the first - read it and see if you agree.
| Doctor Who: Season 6B - The Hidden World |
by Ashley Evans
$0.00, 133 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #1 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > TV, Movie, Video Game Adaptations > Doctor Who
Before the Second Doctor regenerated and was exiled to Earth, he was taken from time. The Time Lords, in their absolute desperation, send the Doctor to Earth on a mission. The universe is constantly being engulfed in darkness, stealing everything in the universe as we know it. Along with the Brigadier, the Doctor must figure out what the root of the imperative situation is. However, once we digs out the root of all the problems, he discovers that he has been sent on a lie, and so far, everything around him has been a lie. Just what is happening? And who is watching all of this from above? Whoever they are, they are pulling all the strings, the Doctor is merely a plaything...
| Water Thieves |
by V. L. Perillo, SAFER Team
$0.00, 210 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #16 in > Children's eBooks > Science Fiction, Fantasy & Scary Stories > Science Fiction > Time Travel
In the year 2017, a mutant strain of bacteria, capable of surviving the full range of the seasons -including the harshest winters and fearful storms-, has polluted the fresh water of all South America, creating chaos and poverty. Twenty years later, two sisters are forced to survive by stealing water, looking forward to a moment when they can make their escape to the countries in the North. One night, as the sisters infiltrate a house to steal its stash of fresh water, they find themselves involved in an unplanned adventure into the past, fighting to stop the pollution that caused their parents deaths.
Water Thieves is the first middle-grade novel written by V. L. Perillo. This book was written as part of an outreach program for the project "Sensing the Americas' Freshwater Ecosystem Risk from Climate Change" (SAFER), funded by the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI) and the US National Science Foundation (NSF). All sales of this book will go back into the project and be used to keep funding outreach activities of the SAFER project as well as to buy more books to distribute to schools and libraries.
| MIRROR REALM: An unproduced science fiction/fantasy screenplay |
by Richard DuBose
$0.00, 106 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #117 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
A scientist accidentally discovers a way to see the history of the world through his ancestor's eyes using a computer designed to help handicapped individuals regain both dignity and independence. While he views the history of the world he accidentally discovers an parallel dimension called MIRROR REALM and he is kidnapped by the guardians of that parallel dimension. His sons must use his invention to find their father and help save the world from the mistakes that caused the great flood.
| The Hole By The Shed |
by Angus Salmon
$0.00, 50 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #126 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
Bernard Longfellow is an unusual kind of boy. With no friends. No Interests and very little confidence, he struggles through life. Especially after he moved into his mean old Auntie Lillian's house with his Mother and baby brother Matthew, and having to abide by her unfair, strict set of rules. He feels so worthless about his life and that he will never be important. But that is all about to change as he is soon to discover a hole underneath a broken slab next to an old shed in his aunties back garden. This hole has the capability to transport him through space and time, to save others from danger, and sends him back to the year 1940. Will Bernard have the courage to be a hero? or will he wimp out?
| Conversations with the Eternal: A Journey of Discovery |
by Duane Hewitt
$0.00, 63 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #128 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
Conversations with the Eternal
Tanner is on his way to a destination in the far outer reaches of deep space. The goal is Saturn, but the true endpoint and the actual purpose of the journey is something far greater. It will leave Tanner perplexed but contented in a way he might never have imagined. He will be granted the opportunity to ask questions to everything he has ever wanted to know and all of his questions will be answered. He will experience fear like never before but he will also learn to appreciate love like never before. He will be caught between the splendor of genuine female companionship and the alternative of a superior artificial biological female mechanism that holds a disturbing agenda. Much mystery to his experiences will abound and yet answers – true answers – will prevail in a place where life should not even exist.
If you could have a conversation with the Creator – with God Himself – about anything you wanted to know, what would your questions be and would you want those questions answered?
Conversations with the Eternal strives to answer the greatest of mysteries with the utmost of simplicity. Like an illusory dream or drug-induced trip where reality and non-reality are both brought into question, at the end of it all, what is it that really matters?
| Heroic Paradox |
by Shadow Soft, Savannah Tate
$0.00, 150 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews)
Heroic Paradox is the story of a young boy who has earned the title of hero by fending off a calamity that threatened the earth in the year 2016. After this event, he decided to travel from city to city to convey part of the knowledge he gained from his adventure and deliver it to high schools around the world. After one year of teaching, our hero met an unknown girl during his teaching in a high school of Noboribetsu and this girl knew all there was to know about his heroic adventure from reading about his feat, but does she really knew all there was to know about his adventure? Heroic Paradox will lead you to a vortex of emotions that will touch you from the bottom of your heart. This is the kind of story of love and struggle that the romance fan you are will surely love to read
| In the beginning |
by Christian Zierleyn
$0.00, 18 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews)
Building a time machine is more time consuming than one might think. When you've figured out the science and math and you finally come to the point when can start designing the machine, a lot of practical questions arise. Not only technical issuessuch as what should the machine look like? Eventually you will also have to answer questions like what to wear when traveling through time? Do you bring your own food, or will you risk eating shitty food? Do you like to travel in style, or do you keep itsimple? Are you a voyeur, or will you indulge as if there's no tomorrow? And finally, if everything is ready for lift-off, the all important question, where will you go? Think about it carefully, because nothing is as disastrous as being unprepared when traveling through time.
| The Eolus Solution |
by Steven Kyte
$0.00, 106 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #38 in > Literature & Fiction > Genre Fiction > Metaphysical
“As Mark Banning’s world morphs into alternate realities he realises that he is not insane but rather someone is manipulating his life with a sinister purpose. Only he can prevent a dastardly agenda for human transformation, world domination and total chaos, before time itself ends.”
| The Twilight Years: A Play |
by Paris Tosen
$0.00, 108 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #129 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
This is a story about Irwin Hughes, a successful businessman now 76 who has been unconditionally loved by his wife, Dee Dee. His drug company is about to be bought off and sold for parts unless he can finish and launch a new drug. The only way to finish the formula is to regress his age to 40. But Dee Dee doesn't want to be left old and alone so they both become young. As their youth catches up to them, they discover the benefits of being old and the risks of being young.
| Voyage Through the Gates of Time (The Swashbuckling Adventures of Andromeda Jack Book 2) |
by R. R. Stark
$0.00, 377 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews)
It all began with The Corsairs of Orion, and now the swashbuckling adventures of Andromeda Jack Jarvis continues! In this latest account of wild episodes of that dashing hero of the 28th Century, you will witness a voyage through time, where Jack and his shipmates visit three different eras, each one full of action, suspense, and unparalleled peril. In these time traveling escapades, the crew of the Andromeda Hawk must deal with the calamities of ripple effects, causal loops, paradoxes, and other mind-twisting phenomena that's pretty much over their heads, which they're desperately trying to grasp as they forge ahead.
In this rollicking space opera fantasy, you'll observe a variety of different types of space pirates throughout the ages of the future, not that these sadistic reprobates could possibly evolve, but more certainly they actually devolve, as in get worse. Since you're embarking upon a galaxy full of pirates, wherever you turn you'll bump into one of those scurvy cutthroats, who'll take pleasure in disemboweling you or slitting your throat, then robbing you blind. But you'll find most of them in that wide-open galactic sector called the Barbary Stars, literally the bloody breeding ground for these bloodthirsty reprobates. Most fear-fraught outsiders stay away, unless you're a daring adventurer like Andromeda Jack!