Angels and Their Hourglasses
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Stranded in 1929, a time traveler struggles to convince a sleepy country that America must prepare to defend itself against its friends, the Japanese, in 1941. Eighty years in the past, Ben Ryan must start again. He learns to live and love, and he plans for a future nobody wants to hear about. Then he meets Howard Hughes, who believes him and forms a consortium comprised o...more
Paperback, 400 pages
Published June 2012 by Quixotry Books (first published July 1st 2011)
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LaLine
I received the book for free through Goodreads First Reads giveaway.

Once I got into the book it was good and an easy read. The author is a great storyteller. However, I had a hard time getting into the story during the first half of the book. Mainly because there wasn't enough information to help me get over my frustration that he was ignoring the Grandfather Paradox. Once I managed to talk myself into the fact that the story revolved around the fact that the main character HAD to change history...more
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a.k.a. AERODYNAMIC, great book, fresh approach to an old sci-fi subject.
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Stories are different in each medium; books, screenplays, and songs. They’re all created through a distillation of the elements; books are distilled once, screenplays are distilled three times, and songs are distilled five times, maybe even ten. One would think that stripping a story down to its basest elements would cause something to be lost, but that’s where the skill of the writer comes into p...more
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