If you want a conventional approach to the subject of Time, this book is not for you. The author tackles this fundamental paradox (what is time?) from a new angle - refreshing when so many books on the subject of Time tangle themselves in old knots - the explanation of Time cries out for fresh ideas (ask Lee Smolin, Sean Carroll et al). As an ebook, maybe it needs a little polishing off at the edges, but that doesn’t diminish the author’s passion and extensive coverage in pursuit of the idea that Time is not real. The usual ground - from spacetime, relativity and quantum mechanics to the illusion of memory and time travel and are all covered - but from a radical perspective. Instead of tackling these subjects in an attempt somehow to show what Time is (the conventional misadventure), the author tackles them from the stand point that Time doesn’t exists - can they all be explained without a temporal dimension? Timelessness is a wholly new and exciting perspective that needs to be aired.