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One decision can change a person's life forever. However good or bad, is it worth deciding?
Posted April 14, 2011
This intriguing science fiction tale focuses on the possibility of time travel and how such a thing could impact a person's life.
If you traveled forward in time and liked what you saw would you take steps in the present to ensure that outcome? What if your future was not so desirable? Would you do everything in your power to change it?
Teenaged student, Lucas Taylor, unexpectedly slips out of the present and into the future in the middle of one of his classes. Lucas, who has a passion for writing, learns that he will become a famous author with enough money to buy anything he wants. He also finds out that he will someday marry Carla, the girl of his dreams.
Sounds pretty good, doesn't it? Unfortunately, even the best of lives are not perfect and Lucas comes to realize that his future might not be right for him. But more fortunately, he also learns along the way that the future is not set in stone.
Although he is delighted at the prospect of becoming a wealthy author, his primary struggle stems from the women in his personal life. Should he choose a future with his first love or hope for one with a new woman in his life for whom he cares deeply?
This fascinating story with its futuristic bent will take you along for the ride as Lucas travels to both the future and the past in order to make his final decision.
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Posted March 9, 2012
Fast Forward into the future is about a guy named Lucas who dreams of getting his first book published and finding the perfect girl to marry. His family and friends are skeptical about Lucas's book getting published. Lucas himself doesn't quite believe that he will accomplish his dream either. What he sees when he travels into the future sometimes is not exactly how it will turn out.
I wasn't sure what to expect when I started reading this. I knew there was some time travel and romance but it's not the usual genre that I read. The beginning started off slow but then picked up and by the ending I was hooked. I liked the characters and the book overall. I would have liked to seen more about the characters backgrounds and just more development overall. The storyline and plot are good and well written. To me it just seemed like Lucas would like a girl and then switch so fast that we didn't get to know anything about her. The last half of the book has some twists and turns that I didn't see coming. I liked that we got to see his life 10 years later and how everything really turned out.
You get good characters, romance, time travel and some humor. I am giving this a 3 stars with parts of it 3.5 stars. Overall it's a quick, enjoyable read. This e-book was given to me as a review copy. This did not affect my review in any way.
Posted April 24, 2011
Fast Forward is quite an interesting read, I enjoyed the MC, Lucas Taylor, and the way I could read his thoughts concisely. I also love the way the authir portrayed the bond between Sophie and Lucas. I loved the ending the most because of Lucas' decision to change the future in which he'd glimpsed, which supports my theory in life which is Man creates his own destiny. I would have loved to see the relationship with Lucas and Trisha in more chapters. All in all, big-ups to Kelvin O Ralph for his work on Fast Forward.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 13, 2011
I think the book is a nice book. i could relate to it. What i really liked best was the fact that Lucas saw the future and was married to Carla., but in reality he decided to marry Trisha because that was whom he loved, that had been there for him. It made me feel that even though he saw what the future held for him, he could still change it. I loved that. But then again it made me wonder why ne never decided to see how things would go with Naomi,I really loved the sarcasm in this novella. In all, a job well doneWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 9, 2013
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