Book: All The Time In The World - A Time Traveller's Tale by Michael Siddallcategories: Book, Time Travel Paradox, Adventure, Thriller, Titanic, Future, Past, Time Travel Fiction
Michael Siddallabout this book: Benjamin Philip Ward is a Barrister-at-Law and a hard working, hard drinking man, but when his wife is murdered, his life hits rock bottom. He takes to the bottle even harder, turning his world upside down. However,very strange things begin to happen three years later when he buys a Sat-Nav from an online company called "timeline" that just happens to be a Time Machine.
In a moment of pure inspiration, he figures out how to use it and what the machine is capable of, propelling himself into the Unknown on a fast, racy ride through the Fourth Dimension, on a kaleidoscope adventure that keeps his pulse in the red zone and seems endless. Can he stop the Titanic sinking ? can he stop "Jack the Ripper" ? and most importantly of all, dare he try to stop his wife's murder from happening when the odds are stacked against him and it might cost him the ultimate sacrifice – his life.
This is Benjamin Philip Ward's story.
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