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In the year 2234, scientists have successfully achieved forward time travel. The Research Institute at Turtle Lake, North Dakota, has spent over 30 years working on the project. Lane Mason would be the first human to enter the capsule. And Lane knew when he volunteered for the project that he would never be able to return.
When he exits the capsule in 3853 to find a brutal world where the human race has been enslaved by huge corporations, Lane regrets leaving the capsule. Corporate slaves make up 96 percent of the human race, spend their lives working in slave prisons, and are used to provide human organs to the privileged elite.
Lane barely survives for a year in the prison farm. He considers starting a rebellion, but he soon realizes that any attempt to start a rebellion would be futile. The corporations have gradually and completely wiped out the real history of the human race. Prisoners have no idea that humans were once free. But even amid the brutality of an enslaved planet, love still finds a way. Humans are human, after all.
Lane's only hope is to escape the prison and return to the capsule. Although he can't return home to his time, if he is able to escape, he can travel forward in time in the hope that the distant future will be better. But what would a world in the distant future, far beyond the prisons of the 39th century be like? Would the prisons still exist? Would the human race still exist? Would Earth itself still exist? Lane decides that he is better off dying as a free man in an unknown future than living as a slave.
This story has two distinct parts: Part one takes place on Earth in the 39th century. Part two takes place in the distant future, far beyond the brutality of the 39th century. It is a story about the strength of love that endures in spite of an endless series of hardships. Above all, it is a story about courage and the persistent human spirit.
This book contains sexual situations and is recommended for young adults.
©2013 Dennis Butler (P)2015 Dennis Butler
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By anne on 07-15-16


What did you love best about Tomorrow Once More?

The story was so creative...I really like the way Dennis writes!

What did you like best about this story?

How it was really well thought out and written!

What does Timothy McKean bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Timothy was ok..Kind of flat at times...he would not have been my first choice for this book, but he did just fine.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I was completely drawn in...I did not want to stop listening!

Any additional comments?

** I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review **

This was a really great time travel is set WAY far in the future, and it so creative and well written, you will not want to put it down! Lane is a Scientist and volunteers to be a time traveler! He leaves the early 2200s and ends up in the late this earth, people are slaves to the upper class and work in basically prison camps, they are harvested when needed for their organs and murdered 2yrs after retirement....any act of rebellion and you are punished, 3 strikes and you are out!

Lane of course comes form a free thinking society, so he is in trouble almost right away...He meets a girl named Abby and plans an escape...they get found out and both gets punished...They mean death for Lane and put him in a kind of twisted arena sport where he has to fight deadly animals...and you know what? He comes out a winner!! Being a winner makes him popular and he gets to live the life of the privileged now...But he never forgets Abby.

As Lane settles into high society he meets Brooke his housekeeper, and together they form a plan for freedom...he gains her trust and she passes messages off to Abby... Abby still wants to go forward with the freedom plan, but this time they would not be alone...Brooke and her boyfriend are coming with them...What will they find in the future..will they finally be free? You will just have to listen to this great book and find out!!!

I love Dennis's writing..he tells a great story and I HIGHLY Recommend ALL his work!!!

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By Marla on 12-12-15

5+ Stars Time Travel into the Future

If you could sum up Tomorrow Once More in three words, what would they be?

Future Time Travel

What was one of the most memorable moments of Tomorrow Once More?

When they all escape together. This is an exciting book.

Which character – as performed by Timothy McKean – was your favorite?

Timothy McKean did well on all the characters but I loved Lane the best. They would not have survived without his knowledge.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes and I did staying up until 4 in the morning. To exciting to put it down.

Any additional comments?

This audiobook was provided by the author/narrator/publisher free of charge in exchange for an unbiased review.

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