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The narration was done by Kevin Pariseau was excellent. Little green men and titanium alloy men all bundled up together in the same category. He grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio with his parents and his sister, Pam. The book became an instant success. What does get discussed is highly inconsistent. It isn't about whodunit, it's a whydunit. What if you could only send something back less than the blink of an eye? The author currently lives in San Diego, California, with his wife, two children, and two dogs.
Strangely while reading this I had a discussion with a friend about dark matter and energy. I'm not saying don't read this book as you might enjoy, but I personally did not. Split Second By Douglas E. Richards ends up being a favorite book to read. I'm glad he had fun doing research, but not even bothering with the pseudoscience that is supposed to be central to the story is really pushing it.
What if you could only send something back a fraction of a second? If you find the theory of time travel, and teleportation interesting, then this is the book for you. I really believe the story has potential and could have possibly reached that potential in more capable hands. But not weeks, days, or even minutes back. You will have to read the book to understand what that really means, but please don't waste your time. I thought that I'd given the concept at least some thought, but Split Second illustrated how I hadn't even scratched the surface.
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An enemy who seeks to use time travel technology to achieve a twisted, psychopathic vision that will leave millions dead—starting with Lee Cargill and the entire Q5 team. And a treacherous enemy bent on revenge. Richards kept being recommended to me by Amazon's algorithms and it sounded intriguing. So, you will never do same mistakes again and again. Nathan Wexler is a brilliant physicist who thinks he's found a way to send matter a split second back into the past. Usually, I enjoy an author doing that, but in this book it felt really unnecessary and a lot like it was padding the book. I didn't buy it at first because of the title and only tried a sample.
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