Repeating History by M. M. Justus

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It was only a geyser

In 1959, 20-year-old college dropout Chuck McManis strolls the geyser boardwalks in Yellowstone National Park when an earthquake plunges him eighty years back in time, into the middle of an Indian war.

Into his personal past, too - his great-grandfather, his boyhood idol, but not a hero after all.

Hapless Chuck needs instructions for sheer survival. He will not abandon Eliza Byrne, the woman who teaches him. But nothing matters if they never make it back to civilization. No matter when it could be.

REPEATING HISTORY is a novel that spans several genres. Though it features time travel and is quite readable as a romance set in 1870s Wyoming and Montana, it is primarily a historical adventure and could even be considered the beginning of a family saga, which is continued in the sequels, TRUE GOLD, HOMESICK, and FINDING HOME.

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Published December 19, 2013 by Carbon River Press. 348 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Travel, Action & Adventure, Westerns. Fiction

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