What happens when the actions of someone dabbling in time travel kills the inventor of the technology?

If you could imagine being ‘that’ aware. ‘That’ conscious of every single piece of stimuli that greeted you upon being drawn from the womb. It was just like being born. It was the only way that ‘Kat’ Marriott could describe the sensation of ‘touchdown’, the first few moments of arrival after jumping through time.

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My Top 10 Books

  • Splinter of the Mind's Eye

    Splinter of the Mind's Eye

    I vividly recall going along to a Christmas Day gathering at one of my aunt's in 1978. All of the

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My Top 10 Films

  • His Girl Friday

    His Girl Friday

    OK. I have to 'fess up here to being a huge Cary Grant fan. I think all of the adjectives

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