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Renouncing The Future -XLED

4.4 of 5 stars 4.40  ·  rating details  ·  5 ratings  ·  2 reviews
What if you're a 22nd century pilot and your wife and superior conspire to blow you up in a nuclear explosion during a cargo mission to a space station? And what if you are warned by the unlikeliest of sources: your cargo -- a dog that nobody knows can talk?

Well, you accidentally time travel instead to present-day northern Minnesota, and even more interesting adventures en
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Published April 29th 2011 by BookBaby
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Sarah is a single mum living in rural Minnesota, her life is her son and her job. She has seen strange stories appearing in the local papers about people blacking out and coming to without their clothes, but she doesn't realise she's going to get caught up in the story. James Noland is a space pilot from the 22nd century, and he's the one preventing bad deeds being perpetrated and erasing memories. After a plot to kill him goes wrong he travels through time and lands in Sarah's town, with a talk ...more
Jul 29, 2011 Katy rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: fans of cross-genre action/sci-fi/romance-type stories
Recommended to Katy by: Stephen Kata
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James Noland and his dog, Newton, are from the future. He mysteriously refers to a person whom he wishes to gain the aid of as “the woman” when talking to Newton – Newton teases him that Noland is in love with “the woman.” Wait … Newton teases Noland? Yeah, that’s right, the dog can talk! Newton was a lab animals and some of the experimentation that was performed on him shifted the shape of his mouth and tongue and therefore allowed him to speak his mind.

Sarah Anson is a hard-working kitchen man
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Poet, essayist, novelist (Renouncing the Future; a quirky, soft sci-fi adventure/romance ebook available everywhere). Guitarist,dog lover. Observer of life.

Humor is good.

"Kilgore Trout was hooked on making idiosyncratic arrangements in horizontal lines, with ink on bleached and flattened wood pulp, of twenty-six phonetic symbols, ten numbers, and about eight punctuation marks." ---Kurt Vonnegut

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