|Book: It Wasn't a Dark and Stormy Night - Titanic Time by John Chapman
If I went on the Titanic, I would die. If I didn't go, the Titanic disaster would never happen and millions would die as a result - and I would never be born. You're probably confused. I was, but when you are time travelling, paradoxes are one of those things you have to learn to live with. I had to go - to make sure the Titanic sunk! A 20 minute read FREE on Kindle Unlimited
|Book: Old Geezers - The Gateway by Roger Lawrence
Three bored old men living in stupefying comfort are desperate for something to amuse them. In the ruins that was Los Angeles they find something that might fit the bill. What they hoped for was a few day's of fun and excitement. What they didn't expect was to destroy the entire world and create another infested with wild, and very angry people. Being chased by wild and very hungry beasts does [...]
|Book: It Was a Dark and Stormy Night - A Short and Unbelievable Story by John Chapman
It Was a Dark and Stormy Night - Huh! What sort of title is that? Well it's a tongue-in-cheek short story to get you thinking. If you were struck by lightning and survived unharmed would you voluntarily risk it again? You might if you were 'Jack the Ripper' on a time travel mission. A Kindle Short Story. Free on Kindle Unlimited.
|Book: It Was Another Dark and Stormy Night - A short and unbelievable story by John Chapman
"When Alex told me I had to time travel with him to rescue a witch, I didn't like the idea of being struck three times by lightning. I was going to turn down his offer except I remembered what he did to his 'Jack the Ripper' victims. I was even less happy when he told me he expected me to pay for everything. The alternative of being slightly dead didn't appeal so I went. Together we started the [...]
|Book: Saint Manuel, Martyr by Marciano Guerrero
Saint Manuel, Martyr explores deep religious and philosophical paradoxes that question the meaning of life and death. In sum, the novel portrays a simple man without faith, who in his solitude, loneliness, and suffering sees that faith is merely an illusion, a dream that the common man dreams to fend off the terrible truth that only the brotherhood and nature in this world counts that there's no [...]
|Book: My Father's House - In Search of a Lost Past by Matthew Carr
Reviews - ' Bill Carr embodied all the idealism and sickness of the colonial mind and his son's narrative is a monumental exploration of the paradoxes of Empire. It is written as if from the pen of a novelist, superbly plotted with a marvellous sense of the intricacies of character and a panoramic view of British and colonial history. Matthew Carr has made astonishing art of his father's [...]
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