Atticus Wolfe is a man out of time.
As an MI6 spy in 1963, Atticus Wolfe should be enjoying everything the swinging sixties has to offer.
But he's not.
That's because Atticus Wolfe is from the 21st century.
Accidentally torn from present day and flung into 1960s London in the midst of a cultural revolution, Atticus must acclimatise to a time not his own.
Although he's shocked by bigotry decades out of step with his sensibilities, not everything is unfamiliar – like finding a mole inside MI6.
Atticus must take down a clandestine Soviet agent on the front lines of the Cold War, hunt the terrorist who inadvertently sent him back in time and maybe, just maybe, find a way home.
A fast-paced adventure with whip smart dialogue and twists you won't see coming, Out of Time is like no spy story you've read before.
Great page turner!
Great book! Characters & events keep you on the edge of your seat. You won’t want to put it down.
Modern (60s) sci fi fantasy
This was a fun story and I will likely read the sequels also! Recomended
A present day MI6 operative propelled to 1963
I was engrossed in the story from beginning to end. The concept of time travel is not new, but this story was fantastic. It felt as though seeing London in the 1960s, from the point of view of someone ripped out of the present. His mind did wander, as would anyone in that circumstance. He would wonder about his new environment, living and working in an earlier time period, and the reality of no real friend to lean on. He tried to continue his job, 60 years earlier, with no electronic surveillance available, no cell phone to contact back-up, and no real back-up. The discrimination of the 60s was also something he was not used to, not in the spirit of the world at that time. The characters are relatable, human, and imperfect. Atticus Wolfe is a great character, and I’m looking forward to reading his next adventure in the 60s.