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Meridian: A Novel In Time (Meridian #1)

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3.85 of 5 stars 3.85  ·  rating details  ·  13 ratings  ·  5 reviews
The adventure begins on the eve of the greatest experiment ever attempted—Time Travel.

As the project team meets for their final mission briefing, the last member, arriving late, brings startling news. Catastrophe threatens and the fate of the Western World hangs in the balance. But a visitor from another time arrives bearing clues that will carry the hope of countless gene
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Kindle Edition, 344 pages
Published May 12th 2009 by The Writing Shop Press (first published November 2002)
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Dan
As I read through the first 20 pages I literally considered not finishing this book, which is something I rarely do; however, the writing seemed quite poor, and the writer either has an addiction to coffee or is being paid by a company with interests in said beverage (the references to coffee continue throughout the book, and because I am not a coffee drinker they seemed a bit over the top). As I contemplated the virtues of this book (or lack thereof) I could not help but notice that it was publ ...more
John Schettler
Oct 08, 2011 John Schettler rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
This is my novel, so to be fair I'll just post what Writer's Digest said about it:

"WRITER’S DIGEST REVIEW:

“A striking cover and excellent production values make this a book one would pick off a rack. That would be a rewarding move, for Meridian is a science fiction novel combining history, quantum theory, and time travel in a highly intriguing manner.

The author has a firm grasp of concepts here, and his understanding of the potential danger of travel into the past is finely tuned. The team of sc
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Nancy Oakes
A novel of time travel, Meridian is about a team of scientists at UC Berkeley who develop the Arch, which is a device for moving through time. As the book opens, the team has spent months researching 1612, which is the year they had planned to visit the Globe Theater when Shakespeare presents his play "The Tempest." They begin with an argument over whether or not they should just be in the audience or they should sneak a look into Shakespeare's private papers to see into the modern rumor that he ...more
Hilary
I'm so glad I had a Kindle to read this book! Apparently this book was self-published by the author as an e-book because it was not picked up by any major publishing company. Their loss. While the book was a formulaic thriller (think Dan Brown with a Michael Crichton theme) it freaking ROCKED. I was gripped on every page and I gasped frequently in shock and dismay.

Read this book... but don't read the next review down because with all the spoilers in it, the book won't be interesting at all.
Keith Ballinger
Interesting time travel story, but lacked depth.
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