Future Past

Future Past

by Michael Brachman

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Overview

Future Past by Michael Brachman

An ordinary man, currently "between wives" stumbles upon an audition for a new reality show.

Says the hostess of the game show: "Consider this: we've all had so many relationships over our lifetime, some that we remember clearly and some that have dimmed with the passage of time. We always think back and wonder if somebody we had met, someone we had dated, somebody we had loved a long time ago was really the right person for us, or at least would be today. The game show will be our attempt to give one lucky person the chance to go back and talk to all those people, to spend time with them; to see if you should have been together."

Join our intrepid contestant, Lee Linsky, and see if one of the women that he loved in the past is the woman of his future!

(For those of you who have read Rome's Revolution, this is the "true" story of Rei Bierak's grandfather and how he met Rei's grandmother.)

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015241877
Publisher: Michael Brachman
Publication date: 08/27/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 313
File size: 385 KB

About the Author

Michael Brachman has a Ph.D. in Sensory Science with a minor in Computer Science. Rome's Revolution is his first science fiction series, depicting the enduring love between a man from the 21st century and a woman from the 35th century. Between the two of them, they fend off various threats to mankind. The science behind the science fiction is meticulously researched. It is so realistic, you will believe that these stories are true, they just haven't happened yet.

Future Past is a prequel to how Rei Bierak's grandfather met his grandmother.

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Suncoach More than 1 year ago
This book is very different from Brachman's later science fiction work - Rome's Revolution and The Ark Lords, which are both fantastic reads. I was however engaged from the start and loved both the story and the descriptive writing. Brachman is a highly creative story teller and I really enjoyed this book!