It's about Time quantum hopes by Chris McCleod

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The book starts with a regular guy 'Joe' who starts out making things, he's a cabinet maker, but he loves inventing 'stuff.' He makes a time device and realises a vast potential. He knows the world is running wrong, and it has always been that way. He knows that the veil all mankind is under is designed that way to keep the glass 'half empty' for all time. But for what reason? and by who? Joe is visited by one of the worlds greatest ever scientists, from last century who loves listening to ABBA, together they find themselves in a maze of possibilities all leading to one point in time, if they make just one small mistake, everything known and unknown will simply dissapear. Joe has a few aces up his sleave, but can the final solution be found.

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I had an idea some years ago, if you could save one person, who would it be? What would be the 'butterfly' effect, this book looks at one possible scinario, 2012 seems to be a year of change, and that is the year this story is set. I am 43 now, and have lived an amazing life, some of the ideas came from this life, so I used some experiences here. I am currently writing book two, where this book ends, book two starts, I hope you enjoy the read.
Published March 31, 2010 by authorhouse. 230 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction

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