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Kronos Duet

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Psychic ‘astronaut’ Gareth Pugh and daughter Adrianna leap through time-space through the minds of others; dead others. Gareth's mission, to reach the beginning of earth time, and confront God. He's just not too good at getting there. Dead people can be unpredictably dangerous. Will they slingshot Gareth to God and the chance to undo a heinous murder? Can Adrianna protect ...more
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If you could travel back in time, where would you go? What would you do? Would you take advantage of your situation for gain? Would you visit loved ones long dead and gone? Or would you travel back as far as the inception of time to meet with your God to ask, “Why?” Kronos Duet is about possibility and potential and the energetic connectedness between us and nature and God, but it is no light beach read.

The novel is a deeply insightful study of the human spirit - where the philosophical ideas ar
Kronos Duet by A.H. Richards is a time travel novel that offers a unique look at how the universe operates. Most time travel stories utilize an external machine of some sort, but Kronos uses the greatest machine ever created - the mind - aided by a conscious jungle plant called Anis. His main characters,

Gareth and Adrianna, a father and daughter duo, are so well drawn, it's impossible not to care about them as their adventure through time-space delivers an intense combination of suspense, heart
This novel began slowly, and I felt some of the chapters a bit odious to read. However, before you know it, you've read fifty pages and don't know where the time went. Although this book could have used condensing, the concepts explored by this novel are worth reading and A.H. Richards' writing is lyrical, descriptive and beautiful. Going back in time is not a novel idea, but A.H. Richards introduces a new perspective, based in part by liberal interpretation of historical figures (Rasputin in an ...more
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Kronos can reference both the father of Zeus and a time-sharing computer operating system – both apt metaphors for A.H. Richards novel Kronos Duet-- an at times so splendidly written polemic on God, the universe, the mind, eternity, and space—both inner and outer-- it will leave you breathless. The story focuses on Gareth Pugh, time-traveler of the mind, and his daughter Adrianna, who traverse the universe in search of nothing less than the meaning of everything…well, that is his search. We don’ ...more
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Having traveled Europe and the U.S., fallen in love with (and in) Paris and lived in Japan, I now make my home in London, Ontario, Canada.
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