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The Wrong Time: Stories of Time Travel, Parallel Universes, Alternative Histories and Other Quirky Anomalies
     

The Wrong Time: Stories of Time Travel, Parallel Universes, Alternative Histories and Other Quirky Anomalies

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by Robby Charters
 
I thought all this stuff about time warps and things was silly scifi stuff. I'm not a fan of Star Trek or any of these other things -- which I thought was for people who couldn't get a life, who sit in their parents basement with their chemistry sets and oscilloscopes. I thought I was a level headed, successful, morally responsible member of society. Until one day I

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I thought all this stuff about time warps and things was silly scifi stuff. I'm not a fan of Star Trek or any of these other things -- which I thought was for people who couldn't get a life, who sit in their parents basement with their chemistry sets and oscilloscopes. I thought I was a level headed, successful, morally responsible member of society. Until one day I stepped into ... THE WRONG TIME

Product Details

BN ID:
2940000729069
Publisher:
Robby's eBook Formtting
Publication date:
01/17/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
5 MB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

I live with my wife and my son, sometimes in Thailand where I was born and my wife is from, sometimes in Ireland where my dad is from. In Thailand, I taught English as a second language. Here in Ireland, I work from home, turning people's manuscripts into e-books. Wherever I am, I write.

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The Wrong Time: stories of time travel, parallel universes, alternative histories and other quirky anomalies 2.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 37 reviews.
SheilaDeeth More than 1 year ago
The Wrong Time is a thoroughly intriguing and enjoyable collection of short stories by Robby Charters, tied together with a ribbon of twisted time. A master of the art of not-telling, the author uses short phrases such as "the viewing public had been satisfied with 100 percent reality 3D" to link future and present, together with delightful comments from off-beat narrators, like "the last time I ordered ice cream at Baskin Robbins, I created thirty-one universes." The collection ranges from scifi to Biblical flash fiction. Sharp-edged verse is juxtaposed with deep-thought questions of time, space, love and guilt. And great characters from childish to adult to simply confused take the stage. There’s a pleasing sense of authenticity to the tales, with a willingness to engage the reader’s brain as well entertaining. I read with many smiles, occasional laughs, and great satisfaction. Highly recommended. Disclosure: I was given a copy by the author and I offer my honest review.
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mathmusicmagic More than 1 year ago
Bad science even bad spelling (see ''furror' for Nazi's leader Hitler)...
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