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    A very interesting time travel story

    Looking at some of the negative reviews, I was skeptical when I started reading. But I guess some of them may have read another version or edition. I actually found the plot and the story very gripping. The characters were brought alive by the author and I could really identify with their emotions and personalities. The author takes the time to build up each character without lengthening the story too much. That personal connect makes for a very interesting story. In 2013, Max goes back in time to 1987 – tricked by the aliens who are trying to set off a process of scientific discovery that will help them gain control of the earth. Beginning a new life in college in 1987, Max has a new family but remembers everything from his other life. Here’s the catch. In his new life, the aliens arrived on the earth in 2011 – that phenomenon was widely published as “First Contact”. Max is puzzled because he did not remember any aliens in his old life. He was there till 2013 before stepping into the time machine, and had not encountered any news about aliens. Dr. Time, the scientist who had the time machine presented himself as a human. What happened? How did the aliens show up? Time travel enthusiasts will love the plot I think.
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    Bridge Through Time

    Bridge Through Time by Scott Spotson is about a family of scientists. The father of the family, Max, found a way to go back in time several years ago. However, his new life isn’t as good as he hoped it would be. Max misses his two children from his first life. In his new life, there are freaky aliens roaming the earth. Max is sure he caused them to be there because he went back in time. Max now has two sons in his new life, Kyle and Peter. Both of them have issues with ADHD, though Kyle's ADHD is more severe. Kyle turns out to be the smarter of the two, despite his difficulties. He is a thriving scientist at CERN. Kyle’s new project is a secret to almost everyone. He is working on a new time machine. Opinion: I think the author must have had a ton of fun writing this novel! I certainly enjoyed reading it. Once I started reading, I couldn’t stop. This book had lots of twists and turns that kept me on the edge of my seat. I liked how the inventions mentioned in the book sounded so realistic and were carefully described. They didn’t sound like they were made up, even though they were. I enjoyed how each of the characters were introduced, as well as the secrets they each carried. The writing technique was fascinating! Everything fit together so perfectly. It felt as if the reader was present in each scene. I recommend this book for anyone aged 12 and up.
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    Liked it

    Liked it, a bit slow in the beginning and too detailed in A.D.D. information, but it got more enjoyable about a third of the way in.
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