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Time Aerials: A Time Travel Diversion

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It’s dangerous to hug a time aerial, even a ghostly one…

In these worlds, books change and stories mutate. And minds leak into time. The Extirpators hover, the Squamaflies swarm, and the girl in black knows more than she should.


ISBN: 978-0-9943704-1-9; ASIN: B0105MKQBA Kindle edition
Kindle Edition, 1, 309 pages
Published June 21st 2015 by Russell Kightley
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Mandy Walkden-Brown
More please. *Small spoiler*
Rarely does a book ensnare a reader from the first sentence on the first page. This one does so and its a roller coaster ride thereafter. For one's brain that is.
Amazing twists and turns. Somehow the author manages to keep connecting everything. Need your brain functioning to keep track of everything but an enjoyable challenge.
A pretty unique application of time travel. It's time that's traveling and unravelling and reversing. Not the people, mostly. The Great Mind
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Phillip Berrie
Jul 25, 2015 rated it really liked it
This is a novel that explores the subject of consciousness, deep time and time travel.

What if time wasn't infinite? What if it was a limited resource that could run out? What if time was like a piece of string that had knots in it? Well, Great Minds think alike is all I can say to that without being too spoilerish.

This book has a single story arc that binds together a number of vignettes that contain some novel ideas in what to me is a well-travelled genre: time travel. The author iterates his
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I started writing science fiction (http://author.to/RussellKightley) in 2014. Before that, I worked in medical and scientific illustration. I learnt early computer graphics techniques and video production working at Stanford University (Medical Center) in California in the early 80s. Then I spent many years making medical videos (scripting, directing and illustrating) in the UK. Those productions ...more