Upon discovering a 1958 book titled “Account of Time Travel on Earth Using Wave Theory”, 42-year-old Max Thorning’s life is thrown into chaos. Seeking answers to the book’s cryptic clues, he discovers Dr. Time, a seemingly benign alien who has control of the Time Weaver, a remarkable device that can command any scene from Earth’s past. Dr. Time offers him a choice to go back into Time, to any point in his lifespan that he can vividly recall. The catch: he can only bring his memories, and can only live the future one day at a time. Follow Max’s dilemma as he goes back to his 16-year-old self and tries to forge his destiny into a new one called Life II.
“Very competent writing, coupled with a super story and convincing technical explanations as to how one might travel back in time, leads me to predict that here is a writer who is destined to become a household name.”
“What Spotson delivers is a very neatly balanced discussion of time travel wrapped inside an emotionally gripping story. This is not the neat time travel, it is no holds barred, raw and turns out not to be an easy journey. There are many twists and surprises in “Life II”. I was deeply impressed by the story line and found it difficult to drag myself away from this book.”
Author note: There is a little profanity and a few sentences of mature themes, but that’s about it.