Life In Continuum by Kirk Ward Robinson

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Named to Kirkus Reviews' Best of 2012

Three journeys through time from Kirk Ward Robinson, whom Kirkus Discoveries describes as a "...talented writer...with a wonderful feel for character and setting. His supple prose mixes nuanced psychological realism with hauntingly evoked landscapes that lend his tales a mythic resonance." Two ambassadors from the future, two warrant officers and a gangster, and a bereaved widower must each struggle with the dangerous, bizarre, and often terrifying ramifications of time travel. In In Whose Time, Sha'raelon, the beautiful and mysterious ambassador from the future, must compete with her counterpart from another timeline and defend herself against unidentified incursions all while trying to convince the world to choose the destiny she was born to create. In Life in Continuum, Officers Jurgens and MacKenzie navigate through a dystopian nightmare in search of a deadly gangster named the Fat Man. What they discover will prove more horrifying than anything they ever faced in combat. In Crossover, James Whitney's grief has plunged him into a dark depression that unexpectedly opens gateways in his mind; gateways to alternate realities that may or may not be real but are nevertheless dangerous and terrifying. You may have read tales of time travel, but none like these.

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Kirk Ward Robinson has traveled throughout North America and Europe and has lived in every continental American time zone. He is an avid hiker, bicyclist, and outdoorsman. He has seen the aurora borealis above the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, found petroglyphs in remote Arizona canyons, thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail twice, section-hiked portions of the Pacific Crest Trail, crossed the Pyrenees and the Alps on foot, and has bicycled thousands of miles across regions of the United States and Europe. Robinson has worked as a chief operating officer, bookstore manager, database manager, stagehand, bicycle mechanic, and executive director of an educational non-profit organization in cooperation with the National Park Service. Robinson lives and works on a small farm in the hills of
Published May 18, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 272 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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All three of these stories are brightly and engagingly written, with solid dialogue, compelling characters and scenarios that, no matter how elaborate, never undermine the momentum of the stories.

Jul 30 2012 | Read Full Review of Life In Continuum: Stories

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