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The Time and Again Trilogy [Kindle Edition]

Ian Weaver

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In 1996 Tony Harrison is an Observer in the Fleet Air Arm and is flying Sea King helicopters on exercise in the Northern Atlantic. Lieutenant Charles Bradshaw is flying combat missions against the Japanese Navy in his F4F-4 Wildcat over the Pacific Ocean in 1942. One day their worlds collide and the adventure begins.

The war against the Japanese is raging across the Pacific, but on a small Island, inhabited by simple Polynesian natives, something far more sinister is afoot. A US plane spotter mysteriously disappears. Father Matthew, an Irish missionary, is cast out from the only village to fight for survival alone in the jungle, but quickly meets an ally in the form of Frank, an American enigma who takes the Holy Father under his wing. A young girl is left stranded on a deserted beach after the Australian sailors that rescued her from Java are all killed in a Japanese bombing raid and finally, the local fishermen are starting to disappear as the Japanese Army moves across the island. Harry must tread carefully if he is to survive.

But this is just the beginning of his adventures and the trilogy includes all three books; Time and Again, Frozen in Time and Time to Reflect. As the story unfolds you will be taken through time and across continents, meeting fresh allies and encountering foes both new and old. From the Pacific war of 1942, across the frozen continent of Antarctica to the Western Front in 1917, Harry and his friends will fight to save themselves and to counter plots that threaten the world’s environmental and financial security.

As the climax approaches, all the antagonists gather for the final confrontation that could rock the foundations of modern society. Who will come out on top? Can good triumph over evil and who will be left standing as the curtain falls?

This complete trilogy will answer all those questions. Harry’s private conflicts have stretched over ten years, but time knows no bounds and builds no barriers. As we look back over his past, and indeed our own, could we have hoped for more? It poses the question: If time were a mirror, would you like your reflection?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1507 KB
  • Print Length: 958 pages
  • Publisher: Ian Weaver (15 Aug 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008YCVCMQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #233,736 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I was born in Louth, Lincolnshire in 1960. Educated in Grantham, England I joined the Royal Navy in 1979 as a Seaking Observer in the Fleet Air Arm. In 1989 I transferred to the Royal Air Force flying as a Navigator in the Tornado F3. I left the service in 1997 following a flying accident and continued to work for the RAF in a flight simulator. I now reside in Lincoln, England working full time on my writing career.

Time and Again is my first novel and draws on some of my many experiences in the Armed forces. Although a work of fiction and fantasy, much of the book is true to life and factually accurate. Readers may be surprised to learn that the first few chapters were written before my flying accident and yet there are striking similarities between the fictional and actual circumstances, events and injuries. Now working on the sequel, I am far more wary of the way I treat my hero!

I enjoy writing action adventure novels; real 'Boys Own' stuff, though there is a fair bit of romance thrown in so plenty of interest for the girls as well. Time and Again is the first book in a trilogy with the sequel complete and recently published in Kindle format with a paperback version to follow shortly. The third book in the series is now complete and I plan to start working on the story of my flying accident (a short version can be found on my website).



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4.0 out of 5 stars An interesting set of time travel adventures 29 Mar 2014
By gmreader - Published on Amazon.com
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This book set will appeal to those who like fantasy mixed with high speed action together with snippets of history. I'm not usually a reader of fantasy but I did keep reading and by and large enjoyed the 3 books. The stories are quite unbelievable but mostly well written and hold their interest. There is always a surprise in the offing as you progress through the narrative. They get more complicated as the story unfolds, probably I expect as more ideas occurred to the author as he was writing. It is basically a time travel story with some intriguing aspects, though it seemed to me there were some parts were somewhat illogical, particularly in the last of the 3 books. Remember the movie USS Nimitz? The first story reminds me a lot of that movie and has similarity to it in some aspects. The characters take the sides of "good" and "bad" and travelling back and forth through time and, with certain restrictions - changing as the stories build, can kind of change events to more favourable outcomes but in the end do not go back to alter the final event, which it would seem they could easily have done to provide a more conventional ending. Finally there is an epilogue which does provide the conventionalist happy ending which comes about in a way which is left entirely up to the readers imagination. At some parts in the narrative, more in the earlier ones, the author labours on small details which some may find boring - such as particulars of aircraft and historical facts. However the trilogy is still a good read and held my interest throughout and is well worth the small cost of downloading it.
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