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Thunder of Time

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2006

    Thuderously Appeasing Reading Adventure!!

    If you love novels and movies such as Jurrassic Park, then you are in for a bigger and better treat in this follow-up novel in James F. David's sequel to Footsteps of Thunder. Even though it can easily be a stand alone novel, Thunder of Time is a quentessential must read for those who love high action and adventure, filled with tons of interesting and ever-growing characters. Really needs to become a Hollywood movie.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    faster than the speed of light science fiction thriller

    Radical environmentalist Vince Walters has gained quite a following with his belief that science can rewrite the past and create Gardens of Eden. He and his loyal minion begin the process of changing time to achieve heaven on earth. Director of the Office of Security Science Nick Paulson and his staff must prevent Walters from causing anymore chaos as fooling with the past changes the present and future never in the manner that the time modifier expects. Nick must battle fundamentally true believers who ignore anything that impedes on their truth. --- Though experienced with time warps and other paradoxes from his dinosaur days of a decade ago (see FOOTPRINTS OF THUNDER) Nick assumes that by studying the causes and effects of three recently developed anomalies, he will learn how to repair the world damaged by what Walters has wrought. However, he also knows that time is running out on him at an increasingly geometric pace. Thus Nick must learn what he can at a crater on the moon, in Alaska and in the Yucatan Peninsula because at these three sites lie the answers to return the time continuum to some sort of norm, whatever that is. --- THUNDER OF TIME is a faster than the speed of light science fiction thriller starring a hero who knows what he must do to save the world but not how to achieve this. The action keeps coming at a hyperactive pace, but that also takes away from some of the paradoxical fears that the support cast worry will happen to them and their loved ones. Walters is a terrific villain who believes he is right and will stubbornly go the course to complete his mission regardless of the results. Fans of action, action, and more action will want to read James F. David¿s wild speed burner. --- Harriet Klausner

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    Posted July 18, 2010

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