New free Time Travel Kindle books for 2017-12-17:

Strangely, Incredibly Good (Strangely, Incredibly Good Series Book 1)
by Heather Grace Stewart
$0.00, 170 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (77 reviews), #6 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
An Amazon #1 Bestseller! What if you had your very own genie to go back and fix your life mistakes? A touching, funny, romantic adventure you won't soon forget. Cat Glamour is going through a rough spot in her life. When she decides to take control again and try to lose weight, the last thing she expects is a genie to pop out of her Wii machine, offering her three wishes! Unfortunately for Cat, her genie is somewhat unreliable in his wish-granting capabilities. In a series of hilarious misadventures, Cat and Gene travel to a castle in France and back in time 20 years in an attempt to realize Cat’s wishes. But is it possible to get a second chance at real love and self-love?

Pick up Strangely, Incredibly Good and start this exciting series today.

What readers are saying:
“Outstandingly funny!”
“You won’t want to put it down”
“Unforgettable.”
"Heather Grace Stewart is an author to watch out for." Quebec Life Magazine

Book 1 in the Strangely, Incredibly Good Series
Book 1: Strangely, Incredibly Good
Book 2: Remarkably Great



Tokus Numas
by D.W. Rigsby
$0.00, 318 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #33 in > Children's eBooks > Science Fiction, Fantasy & Scary Stories > Science Fiction > Time Travel
Medieval Science Fiction - If you're looking for something different.

Tokus Numas is a medieval science fiction and fantasy novel. It crosses genres, offers a look into a world of advanced technologies, and a culture rooted in medieval ages.

Book description:

It is said that the one to come will bring forth fire and destruction for all on Spearca, and a blue flame will cover every corner of her spatial plane.

—From The Book of Prophets, by the Numas

Petro is a fifteen year old boy, and ward to the greatest kingdom of the realm. He also may hold the key to an ancient prophecy of planet Spearca. His true nature is revealed when his entire world shifts into a new direction.

"A mere introduction to a strange but undoubtedly enticing world, and one that readers should happily return to." ~ Kirkus Review


Talking to the Moon
by Scott McElhaney
$0.00, 151 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (41 reviews), #52 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
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After bringing us the international bestsellers The Mystic Saga, Dominion, and Saving Brooksie, Scott McElhaney returns with yet another inspiring stand-alone tale. This time he's bringing us to the 1950's.

At the sight of his abusive father lying wounded in the driveway; 16 year-old Sean finds himself at his mother’s side being urged to flee. He doesn’t recall what happened, but he reluctantly obeys. Later at a friend’s house, Sean is presented with a place to hide out where no one could ever come searching for him - a safe-house within his own neighborhood, yet fifty years in the past.

1958 welcomes Sean with its trusting neighbors, rock and roll records, sturdy, fast cars without insurance or airbags, and even a spot on the high school football team. Best of all, 1958 welcomes him with a beautiful girl named Clara. Sean is captured by all that his heart could ever desire in this life. As far as he’s concerned, nothing could ever make him return to the life he abandoned… unfortunately, a decision like that may not be his alone to make.

Scott McElhaney is the 2008 winner of the Xulon Book Award for his first novel "Mommy's Choice" and his international sensation The Mystic Saga has secured his place in the science fiction realm. Now he is making most of his novels available to Kindle readers at the very accessible price of only 99 cents. Scott has sold more than 175,000 copies of his books to Kindle readers across the world.

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"McElhaney's story telling is deft, well-paced, and with an ear for conversation" ~ Beacon Journal Book Review

"[McElhaney] slipped in under the radar and firmly established himself as a fresh new voice in science fiction before anyone had a chance to react. By then it was too late and nearly every sci-fi fan who owned a Kindle had already discovered this unknown and was actively searching him out." ~Associated Content

Given 5.0 out of 5 stars over 100 times on Amazon from various readers of the Mystic Saga!


The Man That Time Forgot: Book 1 in The Man That Time Forgot trilogy
by Alan Mechem, Paul Mitchell, Ray Dillon
$0.00, 388 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (70 reviews), #28 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
'Book One in the successful Man That Time Forgot trilogy'

*Now an Audiobook read by RICHARD RIDINGS ('Peppa Pig' as Daddy Pig, 'Rise of the Planet of The Apes', 'The Pianist')

History is a great big lie.

Just open any book or talk to any history professor and they’ll tell you that history is filled with nothing but glorious battles, great leaders, plagues, large fires, earthquakes, famous inventors, Egyptians and Louis Pasteur.

This couldn’t be further from the truth. History, in fact, is filled with a whole lot of nothing.

Andrew Adams knows that only too well.

He’s an ordinary man living his life in the all too abundant and mundane spaces between those great moments. Just like all ordinary men he spends much of his life wondering what the point of it all is, struggling to form meaningful relationships or find his place in society. Andrew’s life follows a daily routine much like that of many others: he wakes up, does the minimum required to get himself through the day - careful not to learn too much or create a lasting impression on anyone - and then goes back to bed.

There’s only one, ever-so-minor inconvenience that continually stands in the way of Andrew’s ignorantly blissful life

Time-travel.

Since before he can remember every time Andrew sleeps he’s randomly flung through time and space, never knowing where or when he’ll wake up. The only thing he can be certain of is that the location he arrives at won’t be anywhere exciting.

He’s a cursed man who had no idea why this happens to him, clueless to how it all started or how it can be stopped. Rarely does he find a place to fit in and, on those rare occasions that he does, he can only stay there until he loses his fight against sleep.

Andrew Adams has all but given up hope and given up on life.That is until he meets someone else like him who sets in motion a chain of events that will lead him on a journey of discovery and answers to questions that perhaps even he didn't want to know. With the help of a mysterious and tenacious woman, an old drunken priest and a seven-foot, psychopathic assassin Andrews life is about to be given a purpose. Finally he might start to view his abilities as a gift instead of a curse and perhaps learn that there’s always something to be thankful for.

Whether he wants to or not.

For fans of Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy, Back To The Future and Groundhog Day type-humour. The first part of The Man That Time Forgot trilogy has been praised for it's British tone and message. An adventure that takes the reader through Rome, World War II Poland, North England and beyond, The Man That Time Forgot must be read to be believed.


QIA Episode 3: Manchester
by Jonathan Thornton
$0.00, 43 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #81 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Thrillers > Espionage
The Quantum Infraction Agency are a secret international organisation whose mission is to stop time-travelling terrorists from corrupting the timeline. They are the thin line between history – and chaos.

EPISODE 3: MANCHESTER
“She’s the one who got him killed!”
Struggling with the knowledge of what she will one day do in the future, Agent Sarah Cunnington must juggle her personal feelings with her duties as a QIA Agent. A mission to 1984 could hold the key to finding Jacob Dorody, the notorious Reclaimer from Berlin, but if they do find him, will Sarah’s colleagues learn the truth about who really murdered Captain Darby?


Laws of Time
by Jeff Yee
$0.00, 334 pages, 3.2 out of 5.0 (11 reviews), #19 in > Literature & Fiction > Genre Fiction > Political
Sean Harrison's life-long ambition is to travel in time. Upon reaching his fifties, the powerful CEO of Tace Technologies realizes that his time is short and that a scientific breakthrough leading to time travel capabilities may not happen in his lifetime. Along with his beloved wife Stacey, he embarks on a cryogenic journey to the future in the hopes that by freezing himself into hibernation, that it will be possible to skip through time until a point in the future where the true technology exists to travel in time: forwards and backwards.
 
The Harrisons soon run into many issues with the laws of time, both political and scientific. When Sean’s plans are leaked to the world, every country scrambles to find the answer to the time travel problem. It becomes a race against time - to control time itself.


Origin Phase: Origin Phase Cycle Book 1
by R. T. W. Lipkin
$0.00, 353 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #1 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel

Is it ever too late?

TIME

Amnesiac time travel pioneer Eli Ryerson is slowly regaining his memory. Just in time to dodge the government agents who are after his secrets.

RUNS

On the run, Eli’s now caught between his pursuers and a group of renegades determined to change the course of history.

OUT

But Eli knows that the past can’t be changed . . . even if the future depends on it.



Crazy Rhythm: A Matt Ransom Story
by Bobby Underwood
$0.00, 18 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #18 in > Short Reads > 30 minutes (12-21 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
In the first post-Dreamless Sea story, Matt is adjusting to his new life in San Francisco. Beside him is the love of his life, the girl with whom he was always meant to be. An outing to join the gang for a movie turns into a warm reunion Matt did not see coming, one which excites him with possibilities, and makes him realize he is finally home.


The Subgate Crux: Book 4
by J.B. Renner
$0.00, 32 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #115 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
Lake Geneva hides a secret. An ultra-secret organisation called the Counting House exists to guard that secret.
Elroy is an elite soldier who must decipher the mystery of The Subgate Crux - before it's too late.


The Stolen Tomorrow: Book 2 in The Man That Time Forgot trilogy
by Alan Mechem, Paul Mitchell, Ray Dillon
$0.00, 281 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #33 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
The second thrilling novel in the Man That Time Forgot trilogy.

Andrew Adams has been set free.

Now living in Australia, he uses his time-travel abilities for good, safe in the knowledge that the murderous Valadez is no more.

Little does Andrew know, however, that an even greater threat is about to enter his world: someone far more dangerous and powerful than any time traveller he's encountered before. Someone with an army of unquestioning followers at his side, willing to kill for him.

From ancient, forgotten temples buried deep underground to the battlegrounds of medieval England - and far, far beyond - Andrew must use his abilities to stop this dreaded adversary…

Stop him before he completes his ultimate plan.


The Space Between Time (The Time Travel Diaries of James Urquhart and Elizabeth Bicester Book 4)
by Bruce Macfarlane
$0.00, 241 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #29 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
In these extracts from the Time Travel Diaries we find the intrepid couple enjoying a peaceful and romantic picnic by the River Rother when a motor launch turns up complete with Mr Wells.
Apparently, a certain Mr Tesla has conducted one of his electro-magnetic experiments which has fractured time and dumped everyone in an alternative world of 1895. The problem is that only a few people have noticed the difference.
Mr Wells wondered if James and Elizabeth would like to help.


The Subgate Crux: The first 4 installments of the Subgate Crux series boxset
by J.B. Renner
$0.00, 116 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #146 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
Lake Geneva hides a secret. An ultra-secret organisation called the Counting House exists to guard that secret.
Elroy is an elite agent who must decipher the mystery of The Subgate Crux - before it's too late.
The first four installments of the Subgate Crux series together in one boxset.


A STITCH IN TIME: Six thought-provoking stories about time & reality.
by SENAN GIL SENAN
$0.00, 193 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #68 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
CLOCKS SLAY TIME: (9249 words) [1st person]
A bizarre corruption in his consciousness leaves a man experiencing his life in a non-sequential jumbled order. Despite not being able to remember his name or even where he lives, he manages to get by living only in the moment. Until he encounters a particular girl who by just being in her company, allows him to make sense of his confused existence. This is a love story set against a background of distorted time. The non-sequential order of the chapter numbers reflects this, although this story can also be re-read by following the 11 chapters in sequential number order. It then becomes a completely different story; it is a matter of perspective.

EPSILON: (6993 words)
An exorcist encounters a man of whom it is unclear whether he is possessed or suffering from some kind of psychosis. This is a modern horror story which shows how distorted reality can be just as frightening as the depths of hell.

HELLO FRIEND: (16718 words)
When the world’s leading social network rolls out an artificially intelligent App aimed at engaging the lonelier and more socially challenged people in society, strange results enfold. Is this just a clever program or has the artificially intelligent computer program become sentient and is directing events in their lives?
This tale tells the story of a disparate set of characters who without knowledge of each other, become entwined in each other's lives, like pawns being moved by a chess-master.

HOLD THE BRIDGE: (16731 words) [1st person]
A female officer is unexpectedly awakened from deep stasis, two and a half years early on a long distance space voyage. She is joined by another crewman who is also oblivious to the reason for their premature awakening. They can return to stasis sleep but decide instead to investigate first, searching for any anomalies or problems that might need their direct intervention. Events induce a sense of paranoia when it becomes evident that they are not alone and an alien entity might be onboard and impersonating both of them. As the senior officer, it is imperative that she secures and holds the Command Bridge of the vessel against all odds.

THE FALL AND RISE OF THE EL: (16814 words) [1st person]
The EL is an advanced race of timeless spiritual light beings that think and act collectively and have been assigned a protective role over a particular solar system. They must initiate and oversee the restoration of a frozen planet which once supported much life. Once its ice has retreated, their stewardship requires many of their collective to descend substantially in vibration and take up mortal physicality in order to carry out their duty on the dense planet below. However, divisions in their unity and purpose arise after they opt to manipulate the genetics of one particular species in order to turn them into a helper race of infertile automatons to which they can delegate much of their menial tasks. The heavy density of this world causes the EL many difficulties, one of which is a growing sense of individuality which threatens their collective consciousness. This individuality also threatens to infect the helper race who have been infused with DNA from the EL.

TIMELESS: (3993 words) [1st person]
This is a heartfelt story of a child that is left feeling disassociated from life following the physical impact of an explosion and the resultant emotional trauma from the death of his mother. The story of his life unfolds as he recounts it during his final timeless moment, one of the many that befall him, causing the world around him to slow to a standstill. All these timeless moments seem to be inextricably linked in his life and anchored to one seminal event. That being the moment he first falls in love with a soul mate that makes him feel included and at peace with this heartless world which he has always despised.


The Man That Time Forgot (2 Book Series)
by Error
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews)
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The Subgate Crux: Book 2
by J.B. Renner
$0.00, 31 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #118 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Steampunk
Lake Geneva hides a secret. An ultra-secret organisation called the Counting House exists to guard that secret.
Elroy is an elite soldier who must decipher the mystery of The Subgate Crux - whatever it takes.