| A Time of Fear: Book Three of The Time Magnet Series |
by Russell Moran
$0.00, 247 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (10 reviews), #8 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
A Time of Fear
Sequel to The Thanksgiving Gang
A time travel and alternate history novel of courage and terrorism.
In a month, five American cities will be devastated by suitcase nuclear bombs.
The time travelers take on their old name, The Thanksgiving Gang. They know what will happen, because they traveled to the future. They know what the result will be. They’ve seen the devastation. They know the details: Five American Cities will be targeted by nuclear suitcase bombs.
BUT, they don't know where the bombs are—and they don't know how to find them.
Janice Monahan is a beautiful heating and air conditioning engineer with a mouth like a cab driver in traffic. Along with her friends Ben Weinberg, a NYPD psychiatrist, and Wally Burton, a reporter from The New York Times, they step onto a wormhole and find themselves two years into the future. What greets the time travelers is a scene of horrible devastation, the aftermath of a nuclear explosion in Manhattan. They discover that a terrorist attack was responsible for the destruction.
Janice decides to return to the past immediately by crossing over the wormhole that brought her to the future. She has to sound the alarm before it’s too late.
As she approaches the wormhole for her return time trip, she meets a shadowy figure who she recognizes as a known terrorist. Or is he? The guy seemed pleasant, almost gentlemanly, but can she trust him? He insists that he make the time trip with her, and she reluctantly agrees. When they emerge on the other side of the time portal, Janice decides to rent a car to drive from New York City to Washington D.C. to meet with the government. She keeps a gun trained on her travelling companion.
All the while she questions her sanity, because she can’t believe that she’s a time traveler—but she is. As they set out on the New Jersey Turnpike, Janice began the most amazing adventure of her life.
“The guy didn't look or sound at all threatening,” Janice thought. “But what the hell do I know. I'm the woman who married a man committed to mass murder. I wish Bennie Weinberg was here. Bennie's a shrink with the NYPD and can smell bullshit a mile away.”
She soon discovers that things are not always what they appear to be, including her terrorist “road trip buddy,” who, she noticed, is quite handsome. Their meeting in Washington was a revelation that Janice would never forget.
The challenge, for Janice and her colleagues, is to try to keep one step ahead of the terrorists. A key is to interrogate Janice’s ex-husband, a man suspected of being at the center of the terror plot. He was the weapons officer on one of the ships that was bombed. She hates the man, but with the help of psychiatrist Doctor Bennie, she manages to engage him in conversation, a conversation that turned into a polite interrogation, and lifted the lid off the coming conspiracy.
Janice always thought of her work—heating and air conditioning—as somewhat mundane. But it’s also quite lucrative, and she’s good at what she does. She soon discovers, as did her colleagues at the highest levels of government, that she had talents that she never knew were there.
In the middle of the bomb hunt, Janice falls madly in love with a most unlikely character—her time travel and road trip buddy, who turned out not to be the man she thought he was.
Janice finds herself working hand and hand with a group of ingenious American spies, who, in turn, are amazed at Janice’s ingenuity—not to mention her courage and accuracy with a gun. The Director of the CIA tries to convince Janice to give up her engineering practice and come to work for the CIA.
The clock is ticking and millions will soon lose their lives – unless they find the bombs.
“A riveting, pulse-pounding nail-biter in the spirit of The Gray Ship and The Thanksgiving Gang. A Time of Fear will grip you and not let go, even after you finish the book.”
A Time of Fear is Book Three of the Time Magnet Series.
| Ascension (Blight Book 1) |
by Terry Schott
$0.00, 338 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (57 reviews), #2 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
In a world similar to our own 17th century, one man's kindness lifts a poor, homeless boy from the dirt and sets him on an unlikely path of adventure.
An average man would use a silver coin to buy food for a week.
An extraordinary boy can use that same coin to build an empire.
| Starmen (Starmen (Space Opera Series) Book 1) |
by J.M. Hagan
$0.00, 239 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #40 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
A pulse-pounding origin story about a team of Starmen – intergalactic bounty hunters.
A cold-hearted dictator escapes the claws of justice and is chased down by a brilliant inventor seeking vengeance, undeterred by the barrage of enemies in his path.
Venec is from a distant galaxy and has invented a device capable of time travel, only to be interrupted before he can test it by the escape of his world’s most hated enemy – Amataius.
A passenger aboard Venec’s ship, Cane – a seemingly ordinary traveller with dreams of exploration – is actually the spawn of a genetically engineered race of humans, and is swept along on a journey across galaxies with the inventor to uncharted space where they stumble upon Earth, the home of their new crew, and the battleground where Venec and Amataius will have their fateful showdown.
The new crew will travel to Federation space, in a time of tenuous relations between the Federation and the Empire, and train along the way to become Starmen candidates.
But do they have what it takes? Will fate continue to conspire so desperately against them? Or will they succeed in their mission? Saving Earth, and the galaxies, from a bloody war that will claim the lives of billions.
With compelling male and female characters, and charged with white-knuckle excitement, Starmen is an action-packed bounty hunter series. Join the Earth crew as they travel the vast reaches of corporate space aboard a starship, dealing with pirates, criminals, robots, and the mysterious grey alien race.
Become a Starman Deputy today, and help clean up the galaxies.
| Her Majesty's New Empire |
by Uon Salum
$0.00, 456 pages, 2.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #144 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
Kidnapped. Brainwashed. Forced to fight a war for another race.
Life for Victoria, Queen of the United Kingdom [1837-1901] was boring until a Time Smuggler did those things to her. Now in the future she struggles to fight an evil government, a shadowy organization that has existed for very long and a Robot Time Cop that wants to send her back to her own time.
Kidnapper. Brainwasher. Forcer…aahh…The one who forced her to fight a war for another race.
Life for Ben was awesome until he went back in time and did those things to Victoria, Queen of the United Kingdom [1837-1901]. Now in his own time he struggles to handle her constant curiosity about the world, get rid of her racism and teaching her the value of human life.
| The Lost Treasure Map 3 2017 |
by V Bertolaccini
$0.00, 195 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #8 in > Children's eBooks > Science Fiction, Fantasy & Scary Stories > Science Fiction > Time Travel
A classic action-packed thriller of the adventures of explorers searching the entire globe for an uncharted lost desert island for the lost treasures and the ultimate technology of an ultimate time traveler of the future, told to them by a time traveler, which treasure seekers of future civilizations searched for through generations with highly advanced time probes ...
They uncover a transcendent artifact that has been buried away for billions of years and discover its true origins and it is an ultimate time machine/voyager and are left stunned when its vast unstable energy explosions blast out across an infinity of outer dimensions with such force that it threatens to warp or rip away and destroy space and time ...
| She's Gotta Have It: Two Tales of Twisted Desires |
by Zodian Gray
$0.00, 66 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #55 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Anthologies & Short Stories
When antiques dealer Katherine buys a box of treasures at an estate sale, she has no idea how two beautiful black diamond pocket watches will change the course of her life forever. The watches came with the dubious claim of being able to turn back the hands of time. Katherine decides the incredible story would make a good selling feature if she ever decided to sell the watches which she doesn't think she can part with. She gives one of the watches as a gift to her best friend Rosa in hopes she would be able to find out more information about them and the dubious claims.
Two women, each with a deep secret and two watches which can make all their secret wishes come true. If they can accept the consequences.
For Katherine it is hard to resist the temptation of going back to a time when Diaz didn't belong to her friend Bex. This wasn't cheating, just the only way she could have the man she has fallen in love with. Besides, Bex and Diaz weren't serious and Bex was always flirting with other men when Diaz was the only man for her. But how many times can she tamper with the past when all she wants in a future with Diaz?
Rosa and Joseph fell hard for each other during college, but there was one very big obstacle standing in the way of their love and that was the fact that Joseph was a priest, a fact he did not disclose when they first met. He offered to leave the church if Rosa wanted him to but she felt it was a decision he had to make on his own, but he couldn't seem to chose being God and her.
She moves back home and marries her high school sweetheart Colin, a good man with just a few too many hang-ups to make her completely happy. Colin has an ideal she can never hope to achieve and to escape the pressure, Rosa often thinks about Joseph. Now this watch presents her with the opportunity to go back in time, before things fell apart between her and Joseph. She tells herself she just needed closure, but soon learns that the past doesn't always stay in the past.
| Alien Dimensions: Science Fiction, Fantasy and Metaphysical Short Stories #7 (Alien Dimensions Magazine) |
by Neil A. Hogan, Lars H. Hoffmann, Peter Ong, Aishwarya S., Sam Honour, Aric Merchant
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #139 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
Alien Dimensions is a monthly SF magazine devoted to science fiction, fantasy and metaphysical short stories. Enjoy these short reads on your Kindle.
In this issue:
About 7 Minutes by Sam Honour
Seventh Son by Aric Merchant
The Forgetting by Lars H. Hoffmann
Ikelos by Aishwarya S.
Pyramids of The Moon by Neil A. Hogan
An Unusual Day for Linkiemoh by Peter Ong
Gabriel and the Resurrection of Maldek Part 5 (final)
Find out more at www.AlienDimensions.com
| The Long Chron |
by Adam Oster
$0.00, 412 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #80 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
When a stolen relic sends them back in time, con artists Chelle and Griff try to return in the same way they arrived: scamming, scheming, and swindling.
But following the rules of the Scammer's Bible might not be enough for these two unlikely heroes as they find themselves in the midst of a battle for not only a medieval town's freedom, but also the integrity of all of history.
Griff and Chelle must use all their wits to find out the secrets of the mysterious Wizard and the history of the puzzling Reprobian Sphere that brought them to the past or risk death at the hands of all who support The Wizard's evil plans.
| Robot Versus Dragon |
by Sandford Parker
$0.00, 12 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #111 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Hard Science Fiction
Economic studies, South American Gnostics and an island in the middle of Africa set the stage for an encounter that spans the entirety of human history.
| THE BASIC RULES OF TIME TRAVEL: A SHORT STORY ABOUT THE FUTURE AND THE PAST |
by DAVID BRANNON
$0.00, 42 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #145 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
THE BASIC RULES OF TIME TRAVEL
1.A journey through time follows a segment of a worldline. Therefore you must travel through space as well as time.
2. It takes time to travel through time.
3. When traveling through time you cannot exceed the speed of light.
4. Since the Time Machine follows a single worldline, there are no round trips on a single track.
5.You cannot travel to a point before your machine was first turned on or after it was turned off.
6.You cannot change your own history. Therefore there are no paradoxes. If you experience an apparent paradox, you are in an alternate timeline.
7. Preservation of matter and energy is valid, but it extends through time and across the multiverse.
| Rerun in Time |
by J. Huber
$0.00, 112 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #114 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Hard Science Fiction
A team of time travelers have elected to stay in the past where things are easier and less dangerous. A couple of members of the group want to try to change history, but cause a rift in the group. They separate and lead to even further adventures.
A couple of archeologists find evidence that time travel actually existed. They are pressured by CIA, MI6n and Mossad to tell what they know. They refuse to admit knowledge since then U.S. government has already decreed that time travel is impossible.
| OUR FUTURE: Written by Kelly Scheiner |
by KELLY SCHEINER
$0.00, 28 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #48 in > Children's eBooks > Science Fiction, Fantasy & Scary Stories > Science Fiction > Time Travel
A DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF OUR FUTURE STARTING THIRTY YEAR FROM TODAY. TOPICS INCLUDE: SCIENCE, MEDICINE, REAL-ESTATE, GEOGRAPHY, POLITICS, RELIGION, DEATH MANAGEMENT, HOME DESIGN, TRANSPORTATION, ENVIRONMENT, ETC.