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Caught Somewhere In Time (The Children of Time, # 1)

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In the twenty-third century, humanity will live in colonies on many different worlds, all of them still within this Solar system. We will not be part of any league of alien cultures living peacefully among the stars, because even though we can move around the solar system in a matter of hours or days, the next nearest star is not close enough to reach in a human’s lifetime ...more
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Published April 5th 2014
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May 12, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: fiction
I should preface this review that I am not a typical sci fi reader, so the fact that I enjoyed this book is a testament to this author's talent.

Regarding formatting - It impresses me that anyone has the patience to self-publish a book - that is an excellent feat in itself. Without professional editing, there are going to be typos - and yes, there are a few - the Author assures me that the book is currently being re-edited to avoid most of these. The timeline is a bit confusing but that should be
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Shelves: sci-fi, time-travel
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David Schick lives in the Pacific Northwest with his wife, two children, and many pets. He enjoys studying Astronomy and Physics, as well as reading, travelling, knitting, and listening to music.