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- Caleb Morgan, New Brighton, Minnesota
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“I enjoyed reading it. Kept me awake for the whole night.”
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Thousands of years from now Barbarians rule our world. The world we live in now does not even exist.
Scientists in that world, traveling through time, will bring our reality to life, but not without sacrifice, failure, a puzzling mystery and unknown consequences.
This is the 1st instalment in this series. The puzzling mystery begins in the opening paragraph and gets no less puzzling in the final paragraph.
Some answers will come in the 2nd instalment, some not until the 3rd. And just a little teaser; the subtitle of the 3rd instalment is “Chicken or the Egg” This may or may not be helpful in unraveling the mystery after you read this 1st instalment but I suspect probably not. I find quite often clues to a mystery are much too obvious and come much too early on in the narrative so I’ve written this story in a perplexing manor I hope you will find more entertaining.
In this very profound, sci-fi mystery, you will be kept glued to the pages as theology and science collide; beginning with horrific barbaric acts of savagery and ending with you questioning, really actually questioning everything you’ve ever believed about the origins of our existence. And keep in mind the subtitle of the 3rd installment.
About The Book
There it was again, Efram having another flashback.
What are these? Is that me I am seeing? What kind of lab is that?
For over a year now, Efram has been having flashbacks. Sometimes he sees what he thinks is himself, sometimes a lab very different than his own, even other scientists, but not ones he knows. As he and his colleagues near their first-time travel event, these flashes have become annoyingly more frequent, but they do not seem harmful, he will deal with them later, his focus is on reality, not a daydream.
“Okay, good to go, Brabus,” Bree said. She had just finished correcting the glitch in her device’s programming, and now was confident that tomorrow’s events would unftold as planned.
Bree looked over at Efram.
“Are you alright, Efram?”
“Yeah, I am okay. Just those damned flashes again.”
“I could tell. Well, you had better call it a day and get some rest, we have a huge day tomorrow.”