New free Time Travel Kindle books for 2017-10-15:

by Fred Covitz, Robert Muentener
$0.00, 383 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (54 reviews), #5 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
Backtrack is a fast-paced, action-packed, spy-fi novel that mixes the wonder of time travel with the horror of terrorism. Its short-chapter style makes for easy and enjoyable reading.

When our hero is mysteriously given a device allowing the bearer to travel back in time, he inherits the dubious task of preventing the United States from suffering a terrorist attack of cataclysmic proportions. With this device, and a few other tricks up his armor-protecting sleeve, he must backtrack through a myriad of dangerous situations to discover the cause of the disaster. But finding the cause is only half the problem...he must prevent it.

D-Day (Time Patrol)
by Bob Mayer
$0.00, 234 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (39 reviews), #1 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Alternative History
'Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.' Winston Churchill

History is made by ordinary people doing extraordinary things. The fact that often time’s history doesn’t record the heroics of these people doesn’t alter that. The missions on 6 June range from:
1944 A.D.: Parachuting in behind the beaches of Normandy and linking up with the Resistance to insure the last ‘good war’ ends the way history records.
478 B.C.: At the Pythian Games in Greece in 478A.D., where art and war merge.
452 A.D.: A monster’s lair in 452 A.D. where a man becomes the legend of Beowulf.
1843 A.D: At West Point, where a middling cadet, small in stature, named Ulysses S. Grant is trying to survive and graduate, with his curious brain that mixes war and art.
1998 A.D.: In a secret nuclear weapons depot in Pakistan, where the saber-rattling of nuclear tests is getting ready to escalate into Armageddon; a war to end all wars.
And, strangest of all, a mission thousands of years into pre-history, to the day Art is born.

While history doesn’t record the heroics by the ordinary, there are those who do notice. And there are those who want to stop those ordinary people and change our history in order to create a time tsunami and wipe our present out of existence.

It is up to the Time Patrol to send an agent back to six different years on the 6th of June and make sure that doesn’t happen!

The Clockwork Cathedral (The Time Corps Chronicles Book 1)
by Heather Blackwood
$0.00, 307 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (95 reviews), #21 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
Book 1 of The Time Corps Chronicles

The Time Corps Chronicles is a fantasy series that moves from worlds much like our own to those where the mythical is real and the impossible is true. Clockworks, ancient spirits, time machines, talking animals and other things both beautiful and strange wait for the travelers daring enough to find them. But moving between worlds comes at a price.

Medical student Felicia Sanchez is only trying to help an injured man when she slips through a time rip and into 19th century New Orleans, one very different than the one she knows from history books.

The only person who can get her home is Professor Seamus Connor, a former convict seeking a quiet life of obscurity. But even the “mad Irishman” knows that recreating a freak accident is next to impossible.

With the help of a local street urchin, they discover that their problems run deeper than solely getting Felicia back to her own time. The three of them must unravel the secrets of a steam engine that operates upon a scientific impossibility and the mysteries of a grand cathedral at the center of town, where clockwork automatons perform for rapt audiences.

But can a convict, a guttersnipe and an accidental time traveler prevent the destruction of a city and the death of thousands? Others are watching, and Felicia may not be the only time traveler in New Orleans.

In The Service Of The Queen (The Gunsmith Book 1)
by C.K. Crigger
$0.00, 301 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (10 reviews), #3 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
Lost in time--and the only way home for this gunsmith is on a river of blood.

Boothenay Irons, to her own bewilderment, is the possessor of a mysterious power. By profession a gunsmith, there is something within her that answers to the history held within an antique gun. Not only can she hear its story, she is sometimes able to go back in time and interact with its history.

Blood, as she comes to realize, is the road that carries her between times. Her strange ability began as a teenager while restoring an old gun. She slipped into a trance and witnessed an event in the weapon's history. Later she was drawn closer and found herself back in time where the guns story was unfolding, and she was no longer herself...but instead she became the person holding the gun....

Reentry Window
by Eric Tozzi, David Gatewood
$0.00, 18 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (15 reviews), #5 in > Short Reads > 30 minutes (12-21 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Space exploration is dead and buried. But a strange atmospheric anomaly at Mars single handedly resurrects the program, giving birth to the first manned mission to the Red Planet for an up-close investigation of this fantastic event. For astronaut Brett Lockwood it’s a dream come true. A chance to make history. But what he discovers is a window through time that will change the entire course of space exploration—decades before he was ever born.

"Reentry Window" was originally published in the best-selling anthology, Synchronic: 13 Tales of Time Travel.

A Collection of Science Fiction Gems
by David Scholes
$0.00, 249 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #12 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
The book contains 36 fast paced, action packed and entertaining short stories.

From dangerous pursuits through hyperspace to Cold Case investigations involving travel into the future to Virtual Reality Traveller machines that really work to the frustrated aliens of Ground Team Report to Earth’s overburdening Galactic Commitment.

From a Rescue Service for accidental inter-dimensional travelers to a being for whom Feeding Time is very emotional to a startling look at the Other Side to the shocking secret of the thin front line of Urban Pacifiers

And much more!

The Balance (The Stone's Blade Book 2)
by Allynn Riggs
$0.00, 293 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #40 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
"This epic space opera continues the adventures of self-discovery begun in The Blood.
Still struggling with her new identity as the Singer for the Anyala Stone, Ani returns to her home world to fulfill her promise to the Stones of Lrakira to find the person known as The Balance, who is the only one who can save the Anyala Stone. Ani, Renloret, Kela and Taryn sift through twenty-five years of lies and secrets on their search. Just as they discover who The Balance is, the unimaginable happens and Taryn's life is endangered. Once again time is running out and Ani must choose between saving her best friend and saving the life of an alien being that she once could not imagine. Will the Anyala Stone die before Ani can bring The Balance to Lrakira? What more does the prophecy within the first song have in store for the people of Lrakira and Teramar?"

Diary of a Robot (MachineGod Book 1)
by Gabriel Wolf
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #36 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
Imagine waking up one morning and not knowing anything. Recognition would be your only ability.

As you wake up, you realize that you are able to recognize.
Then, you recognize that there is existence, and that you are a part of it, too.
Only with such tiny steps, could you move ahead on the path of knowledge.
Imagine what absurd situations it could cause, if you didn’t know what to do with anything, and you had to start learning everything from scratch.
You wouldn't even know the names of the human body parts, nor their functions! You wouldn't know what to eat with, what to eat, even how to eat, at all!
How long would it take for you to get from absolute zero to the same level you are currently at right now, when reading this book synopsis?
Probably decades!

But the protagonist of this story is not like you.
He also woke up the above-mentioned way, but he has an ability which, in that particular case, you wouldn't have.
The people that are using (and take advantage of) him, weren't prepared for this ability:
He may start learning from scratch, but they don't know how fast he's able to learn.
How long does it take for the protagonist to reach the intellectual level of a child from absolute zero?
Or to reach the intellectual level of an adult, if he's able to learn a lot faster than any human being?
What if he develops into something more than an ordinary man?
Or more than any man?
What will he become then?
Will we still be able to control him? Should we, at all?
Will he be our friend, or our enemy?

Sometimes Words Only Get In The Way
by Steve Spalding
$0.00, 29 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #75 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
In this short story by writer and podcast producer Steve Spalding (Jack and Jill: A Jack the Mad Story, The Witch of The Western Shoel), we follow Aerin Kazden as she explores a world 20 years in our future.

What has changed? What is the same? Why is she there? And how will she get back?

He'll answer all these questions in a fast and funny tale from the other side of tomorrow.

Phoebe Fortune and the Pre-destination Paradox
by M.S. Crook
$0.00, 210 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #40 in > Children's eBooks > Science Fiction, Fantasy & Scary Stories > Science Fiction > Time Travel
“Phoebe’s an inventor. Well, not yet. Her invention changed the world. Well, not yet. For centuries people have been disappearing and it has something to do with Phoebe’s actions. Well, not yet.”

A past littered with disappearances of cats, people and concrete; an uncertain present full of destruction and 'necessary progress'; and a better future irrevocably intwined with its own history. Phoebe Fortune's at the centre of it all but she's not sure why.