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Arrows of Time by Kim Falconer
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Feb 14, 10

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Read in February, 2010

There is more to time then just a straight line, an arrow pointing from the past through to the future. Time is neither fixed nor transfixed. It is fluid and flowing and can move in any direction it pleases. It can also repeat itself, and repeat itself, and repeat itself...

When the call came it could not be ignored. Compelled to act, Rosette and Jarrod raced through the corridors together, however they did not emerge together. At least not at the same time. They were to be separated for a long time, and only a death could bring them together again. But who's?

Everett has just been presented with a mystery; a Jane Doe, with no ID and strange body art. It was not known for sure where, or when, she came from. What was known for sure was that she was dead. An impossibility in this time of medical advancement, ASSIST had seen to that, and yet here she lies; dead.

Deeply philosophical and always adventurous, the Arrows Of Time will have your mind going in circles with its smoothly written and well thought out story of paradoxes and possibilities. Rosette is a heroine who is strong, loving and unpredictable. And when more then one world spins out of time and out of balance, she must navigate the chaos to find a way home.

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