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Publisher's Summary

In this combination of the novels New Frontier and Final Frontier, this is the story of alternate timelines, partial political thriller, and time travel, in which a United States President is kept from being assassinated, but there are other unintended consequences as a result.
In 1976, Ronald Reagan becomes President of the United States, declares the U.S. will plant a base on the moon by 1980 and a base on Mars by 1989. The Iranian Hostage Crisis occurs, but Reagan issues a stronger response, but as a result, Osama bin Laden rises to power earlier than he normally would have in the prime timeline.
Meanwhile, The Soviet Union decides to build a starship that will travel to the stars because they want to one-up the United States, but as is usually the case, nothing seems to go right.
In the early 1990s the U.S. and the Russians join forces, which leads the joint venture to the other side of the galaxy by means of a wormhole. When they attempt to return to Earth, they find themselves in the past, where they try to fix certain events in the past while they wait for history in general to catch up to where they launched the joint mission to begin with. Things go wrong as events do not play out as planned and numerous cases of unintended consequences result from the multiple attempts at fixing the timeline.
©2012 Cliff Ball (P)2013 Cliff Ball
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1 out of 5 stars
By Ken on 11-26-14

You must be kidding.............

Would you try another book from Cliff Ball and/or Keith Slane?

Cliff Ball, Not without checking the reviews. Keith Slane no!

What could Cliff Ball have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Ask a real publisher..... because the one for this book FAILED!

How did the narrator detract from the book?

Not sure... the material was poor and the narration seemed to be flat......

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

In the realm of what ifs, a possible good story with the right author.

Any additional comments?

Does Audible have standards? If so then the Q/A department really missed on this one!

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1 out of 5 stars
By Anthony R. Rodgers on 06-17-18

God awful. Don’t waste your money.

Too bad I am unable to give this a lower review. This was so poorly written that it was absolutely unlistenable. It’s still remains in my library can anyone tell me how to remove it?

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3 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 08-19-14

Promising start but let down by lack of detail

Is there anything you would change about this book?

It was a good start very interesting idea and i really like the books that explore the "what if?" situations in history but after the last 1/2 completly lacks any beliveable/ plausble detail

Would you ever listen to anything by Cliff Ball again?

Depends on the idea/ reviews

How could the performance have been better?

In my view the performance could have been SERIOULSY better, i intialy found the readers strong American accent hard to understand but i eventualy got used to it. However unlike the other books i have downloaded this reader dosent even try to do different voices/ accents for charicters which made it increasingly diffcult to work out which charicter was which particualry if i had just switched on

Do you think Beyond the New Frontier needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

No i think everything was covered

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