On his 50th birthday, recently divorced male model Dane Vanderbrouk, is struck by a peculiar affliction. If he remains still for too long, he falls back in time. If he moves too fast, he'll travel forward. And, when you’re a time traveler the world is an immutable place. Every action vanishes with each jump in time.
Chased by an assassin from the future through the narrow streets of Amsterdam, Dane is thrust into a war where shaping the future means changing the past.
Fast paced action, unexpected twists, and an eclectic cast of characters will pull you into a world where impressions matter, but only an action of consequence can change the future.
Time travel has a new speed, and adventure in a new series.
I don't often read time travel novels, mostly because they don't come across my path too often and because I don't like heavy science fiction, but Time Phantom is not heavy scifi and was fantastic. I thought the writing was great, the pace fast, and the author's style was easily read. I quite loved the premise of this male model, just turning 50, recently divorced--a precarious state in his life--suddenly becoming afflicted with this time travel ability. Overall, this was a great book. It was filled with action that kept the pages turning and fun characters, with an empathetic MC. Great read! I think Time Phantom would satisfy a diverse group and recommend this to fans of time travel, general fiction with action, and scifi.,
Randy Anderson is a novelist and playwright. In 2011, he published his memoir, On Making Off. His second book, Careful, was released on May 1st 2014. He is currently working on a new time travel series as well as a literary trilogy. Plays he’s written include; New Year’s Resolutions, Homlessness Homosexuals and Heretics, Testing Average, Kill The President, Armor of Wills, and The Dwelling. If you want to know more, reach out! Randy currently lives in New York City where he writes, reasons, and reacts.
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