Monday, October 12, 2015

2015 Book #71 - Split Second

A sci-fi, time travel book that was recommended to me. Split Second really turns some things around. When a physicist is killed after being kidnapped, his wife escapes and wants to understand why. She hires a PI, a former Green Beret, and learns that her husband discovered how to send matter back in time 45 microseconds.

What use is that? Read the book and find out, because it turns into something I never expected. It's very useful, for a couple reasons, but it's also something that I hadn't considered in terms of time travel before.

The book is wild, way to exaggerated, but a fun, light read.

1 comment:

Riyanna Lopez said...

The ending has me wondering and worrying a little and hoping like I seem to do at the end of each of this author's books--that this is not really happening. At the very end--after you have read this roller coaster of a novel-the author does give some interesting information about where he got his information. I may be looking into some of that myself!

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