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Time Diving: Be Careful What You Wish For...…

Time Diving: Be Careful What You Wish For...

by Craig Robertson

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Fans of Somewhere In Time and Slaughterhouse-5 will be spellbound by the convoluted twists in time Mathew Dunsratty's life takes. What if you could go back in time and change some of the regrets which haunted your past? Matt has found a way to change his past. This average, aging man thinks he can now make his life perfect by fixing his previous mistakes. The weight of being able to alter the past proves much more than Matt could have anticipated. What begins as an experiment in meditation uncovers an ability to plant thoughts within the head of his younger self, altering that future. Yet innocent meddling paves the way for increasingly selfish choices. Little by little, the Matt that once was is slowly stripped away. When Matt reboots a high school romance, his future families are shuffled and destroyed. Matt saves John Lennon from being assassinated to help his best friend. But Matt then reconsiders his rescue, which will then cancel the utopian future headed by Lennon's visionary leadership. Matt learns that small changes make all the difference What will the cost of Matt's King Midas touch be to himself and his sanity?

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