A Girl in Time

  • by John Birmingham
  • Narrated by Vanessa Johansson
  • 9 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

On the eve of a huge breakout success, a poor but brilliant young game developer is pulled out of her world and time itself by a cowboy desperately searching for the daughter he lost 200 years ago.
Cady McCall is ready to be rich and famous. She has sacrificed everything, putting her work ahead of family and friends. Now, with breakout success and huge, insane wealth so close she can taste it, her life is blown apart by Deputy Marshal John "Titanic" Smith, the man who rescues her from two muggers only to carry her off into history. Lost on the seas of time, Smith is desperate to get home to his family in 1876, and now Cady is lost along with him, facing danger and finding love in Victorian London, ancient Rome, and the near-future America of President for Life Donald Trump.


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Customer Reviews

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Abrupt ending too much f language

The story ends abruptly, as if the author felt as though he had written enough and had grown impatient for a payment. In Axis of Time, the author has a leading young (at least at the beginning of the series) attractive female with a narcissistic flaw that hurts her relationships. She also swears constantly using the f word in almost each scene. Same with A Girl in Time, but worse. I enjoy time travel, but agree with the advice given by Eric Flint to aspiring authors: use swearing judiciously and the f word only rarely. The frequency in this book indeed becomes very tiresome and doesn't add to the story.
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- R. Packard


From beginning to end -this book takes you and doesn't let go. Vanessa Johansson is absolutely brilliant in putting the right emotion, tenor and spot-on narration that accompanies John Birmingham's genius storytelling skills. One question: when is Book 2 in this series happening?
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- Polcamp

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-16-2017
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio