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Photographs: A Journey Through Space, Time, and More

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What is the connection between an old photograph, a planet with three moons, four friends travelling back home from Cornwall, and the number eleven?

And what ties together a battle on the lunar surface two thousand years from now, a Russian time traveler, and Napoleon?

Photographs is a journey through space and time by which the reader has the opportunity to remember that re
Kindle Edition, 141 pages
Published May 31st 2013 by Amazon Digital Services
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Jan 29, 2014 rated it liked it
This is a strange book in a very good way. I feel like I should give this book three separate reviews. The book is broken down into three parts. The first part is short stories that remind me of episodes of the Twilight zone with a nice zinger punch line at the end of the story to make you go a-ha. I loved part one the most.

Part 2 is entitled Reality which makes me think that the short stories of this section might be true, if they are its both strange and sad. One story is about an invisible pr
This novella is a compilation of short stories... or is it? The answer to this question lies in the hands of the reader as they progress through the stories that cover topics as diverse as dreams, choices, existence and time travel. This book covers all these topics and more, and the Author skilfully tackles any questions that they cause by challenging the reader to stretch their mind and look at them from an angle they may not have considered before.

As with all short stories that only cover 20-
Regina Drabik
Jul 04, 2015 rated it it was amazing
In my opinion the author has got huge imagination. A set of stories that you read with great interest. Some of the stories are too short. I would know what would happen next. A pleasant book to enjoy while travelling and not only.
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Author of legal texts in the 'real world', he started to write fiction as an hobby, and under a pen-name.

After a number of short stories, most of which science fiction, he has published 'The Guns of Napoleon', a cross-genre, time travel / historical novel, based on one of his first short stories, with the same title.


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