Time Traveler Chronicles

  • by Robert Werden
  • Narrated by Kevin Clay
  • 9 hrs and 48 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Evelyn Carter, a young, struggling video news stringer, is recruited to join an elite government-run time travel agency. She and her team travel through time with the public goal of collecting artifacts lost to time and capturing historical events on video for the world to see. Along the way, she learns of a secret in history so terrifying that it must be kept hidden from the public at all costs. Lost history, top secret agendas, and a frightening future are just the beginning. Something massive is about to happen and it is up to the team to find a way to stop it. Buried deep in the past, the puzzle pieces start to fit together. For the team to stop the unstoppable, they must journey farther through time and space than anyone thought possible.


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Well-written and a great storyline. This book kept my interest throughout, and was a good science fiction novel that I would recommend to any fan of this genre

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- med c

Very interesting time travel storyline!

I enjoyed this story very much. There was a lot of 'technical jargon' that is well explained without losing the lay person (me!). The story line of the time travel and how it came to be, the way they are able to shift through time and the explanation of how they were able to collect data without changing time was good. I was disappointed in the 'big bang' theory and how that was explained into existence, as well as, the 'ability' for them to go back billions of years was a bit far fetched, (especially since this was set in 2018) but, I kept reminding myself that this is a work of one man's imagination and fiction. I did enjoy the development of the characters, but feel that it didn't complete the development. (Never did explain why Sue was sick, but just left questions!) If there was a 2nd story written, I would give it a go! I listened to the audio version of this story and the narrator, Kevin Clay does a good job with the characters, and his ability to keep the voices separate and understandable. The only constructive criticism I would give is that he work on his narration in between the characters. Sounds too much like a documentary and I found myself a bit bored with the 'information' being given and rewound a few times. All in all, I enjoyed the story and the overall performance.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-09-2017
  • Publisher: Robert Werden