Yours Truly, 2095

  • by Brian Paone
  • Narrated by Sean Michael Hogan
  • 8 hrs and 18 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Jeff Blue - the victim of a time-travel conspiracy - wakes up trapped in the year 2095. The only familiar face is J0, a robotic copy of the wife he left behind in 1981. But can she be trusted? J0 could be the only key to unlock Jeff's journey home, but it will require her to do something against her programming , something human.
During Jeff's perilous journey through the future, he will have to discover the truth about J0's origins, and solve the mystery behind how he wound up in 2095, in order to uncover the reality of his own destiny.
Armed with a one-way ticket to the moon, Jeff must race against the clock to seize what might be his last chance to return home to his time. A time without hover cars, Justice Computers, or TeleSkins - a time over 100 years ago.


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I really thought this book was great in its concept and delivery. Yes, it is clearly based on Electric Light Orchestra's 1981 album 'Time'; a classic weird concept album that I love. That being said the book clearly stands on its own two feet. I can't decide whether you would enjoy the book more knowing the album or how much of an impact it actually has. I think it adds more to the 'gee, that's cool' factor than makes the book that much better. I would definitely listen to the album once you have read the book, regardless. It really does have a 'gee cool' factor to it.

Great pace and story. The characters developed well and it was easy to commiserate with Jeff's plight; both at the beginning and end.

I was not fond of Sean Hogan's reading. It was pretty one dimensional and quite frankly boring. The story compensated, however. Further, I can't decide whether the dialogue was stilted in its inherent writing or whether it was off-putting in delivery. My gut says delivery; I would repeat lines in my head with different inflection and timing- that would smooth it out a lot.

Worth a credit and your time.
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- Charles

Electric Light Orchestra!

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This is a fun take on one of my favorite bands. Mr. Paone takes the goofiness of a concept album and distills it into a sensible narrative, but it's still full of references and nods to Electric Light Orchestra. Excellent!

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- bookgurl

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-15-2015
  • Publisher: Scout Media