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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 21, 2009

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    What would you do if you had a chance to go back and fix one thing in your life? Would you do it? And if you could live your life over from that point, what then? That's what three lucky people get to discover in The Time Lottery. Alexander MacMillan goes to work for TTC the company sponsoring the lottery in the hopes of going back to a certain moment in his own life: the day his wife was murdered and his son attacked. Mac knows the ache of one moment turning your life upside down and changing everything, so giving three other people the chance he would do anything for only makes sense. Phoebe returns to the day she met her husband who dominates her life. Cheryl has avoided commitment her entire life, so she returns to high school in hopes of making a connection. Leon has murdered for his chance at returning to his past and making a wrong right. I really enjoyed this time travel book; it's not normally a genre I enjoy, but I felt comfortable with Moser's description of how it could be done within the mind, and by also keeping it within the character's faith. The stories were compelling and the science believable.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 12, 2006


    This book was very well written! It is the first book I've read by this author and I've already gone to the library for another. If you have ever wondered 'what if' you'd done something different, you will enjoy this sci-fi book. The characters draw you in to the point you will not want to put the book down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2004

    Win Big-Enjoy Moser's Time Lottery Now

    Even if you are one who refuses to play the lottery because you don't believe in taking chances-TRY reading Nancy Moser's 'Time Lottery'. You'll WIN big time here, there are definitely No losers in this story, not amongst the readers anyway! Nancy Moser's characters spring forth from the pages to inhabit your life while your reading this book (and maybe even for awhile afterwards, if you are not careful...). She pulls you in with such a unique plot concept and then gets you caught up in all the twists and turns. Far from predictable, you'll find yourself anxious to turn the pages, but reluctant to let go of your new-found 'friends' by the end of the book. Ms. Moser, there had better be a SEQUEL to this one! C'mon, I dare you to take a chance on Nancy Moser's 'Time Lottery', she'll guide you to discoveries within, that you never knew were possible, let alone right there within yourself. What a discovery Moser's God-given talent is! You're liable to be praying that Ms. Moser becomes a more prolific writer!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2003

    Win BIG when you take time to read Time Lottery

    Nancy Moser does it again! She is definitely the winner of my time when it comes to reading a book with such unforgettably, realistic characters that you don't want to see them go. By the end of the book you find yourself wishing you could visit with them some more. Moser's inspired style inspires you to seriously ponder those questions we all too often fail to really ask ourselves. You'll find yourself making time for this one. Although the premise may seem a bit sci-fi, it's not handled as such but in a much more well-blended manner than what mere mortals could ever dream up - raising the question, who is this Nancy Moser author anyway. Mortal? or what?

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