What if your future lies in your past?
When Darren Ault meets his friend Lee McCaskill for dinner, he doesn’t expect the second course to be a gunshot to the head. Even more unexpected is the fact that the bullet doesn’t kill him—instead, it causes the rest of humanity to vanish. Darren’s attempted murder has caused a temporal paradox extending back over a thousand years, and now it’s up to him to repair the damage.
Embarking on a mind-bending journey through time, Darren encounters Vikings, a depressed Norwegian silversmith, a cult that believes in salvation through pain, a beautiful Hebridean lass, and Archibald Fischer—the foul-mouthed, Kurt Cobain-worshiping Head Librarian of the Library of Timelines, where all of the possibilities that could ever happen are catalogued, tracked, and managed.
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The premise of this book was novel. The chapters were rounded and interesting. It has enough suspense and wonderment to keep one engaged till the end of the book. Always an extra little something is introduced to keep one reading through to the epilogue. Well written.
Intriguing and well written
Thoughtfully creative, inventive and sharply crafted story of personal fate, the images reflecting from choices, and quantum-inspired duality with time travel.
This book is one of a kind! A great read.