Time After Time

Time After Time

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by Mark Stephens
     
 

After Bradley discovers that the mysterious watch sent to him can send him through time,he also realizes that there are others after it also. The corporation that his father worked for before being murdered want it in their play for power. And the only person standing in their way is an orphaned teenager that must uncover his own past while he has time.

Overview

After Bradley discovers that the mysterious watch sent to him can send him through time,he also realizes that there are others after it also. The corporation that his father worked for before being murdered want it in their play for power. And the only person standing in their way is an orphaned teenager that must uncover his own past while he has time.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940033202980
Publisher:
Mark Stephens
Publication date:
04/26/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
935,364
File size:
851 KB

Meet the Author

Mark Stephens lives in Orlando, Florida, by route of St. Marys, Ohio(birthplace) and Asheville, NC. Moving here in 1998 after visiting, he fell in love with the climate and the city, becoming active in the community and its growth.

Writing has always been a love of his ever since high school, but, until recent advancements in technology, it was always an unrealistic passion to become a published author. Now, he's able to devote his time between writing and family and work. At least, until he doesn't have to work anymore.

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Time after Time 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A real thriller. Every chapter ended so well that it left me oln the edge of my seat and made me want to read the next. A well crafted story and I hope the author plans to continue it. There are definite cliff hangers at the end but the book's plot was neatly tied up so it could be read as a stand alone story. But I really hope it isn't.