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Product Details

  • Paperback: 150 pages
  • Publisher: Richard Bunning (March 1, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0956293735
  • ISBN-13: 978-0956293732
  • Product Dimensions: 7.7 x 5.2 x 1.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,530,904 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

Editorial Reviews

From the Author

This is the first of a "couplet" of books that tell the story of Rodwell Richards time on the planet Axa-Goranas. Both can be read and enjoyed independently of the other. The books are first and foremost  near future and parallel time adventure fiction, which also dabble in every-man "meaning of life philosophy, the psychology of estrangement, moral degradation, and religious reappraisal resulting from fundamental change of circumstance. The second book is scheduled for publishing in the winter of 2011-2012. 
The Earth Trash Terminators look to have such a strong grip on the State of Albion that they are sure to destroy Rodwell. Will he survive into the chapters of "Another Space in Time, Returns"? We shall see.

From the Back Cover

The story of Rodwell Richard's death and "rebirth" into a parallel dimension, opened my mind to questions about humanity's place in the multiverse of space. This story's author has faithfully recorded for me many of the vivid memories I "inherited", along with Rodwell's donated heart. My eyes have long failed me, but Rodwell's story never dims. As my time here draws to a close, I feel that I owe it to this world to leave a record of Rodwell's adventure for all to read. One won't get a glimpse of Heaven, nor thankfully Hell, though one might gain some hope of a long road yet to be travelled when faithful hearts stop beating. Of course humans are just humans, even with the gift of "rebirth": imperfect souls one and all. We see into a world as corrupted and divided as our own, as we share Rodwell's struggle to overome terrorists, and police who have him labelled with murder. The struggles of a migrant across space and time, have a resonance with the fears of any new citizen immersed in an unfamiliar culture. 
Enjoy this story as a fairy-tale, speculative fiction, or whatever you choose. As is yours, my mind is my only truth. 
Arthur Fieldman, Carlton Heath, Nethertown, Lincolnshire.

More About the Author

I don't know what is really needed here. The important stuff for readers is that for now I'm writing speculative science fiction, and short mixed genre flash fiction. I have done some adaptations of neoclassical plays in the past. All the rest is fairly big headed stuff. You are welcome to read on, but you must note that you have been forewarned. I am currently very fortunate to live in one of the most fortunate places on Earth- Switzerland. Well until retirement age, then I will be in peril of being slung out. The audacious belief that I could make my way in life as an author began in earnest in the winter of 1965, when I turned nine. This passion lasted at least until the freedom of the summer holidays. Of course I dreamed of being the action-hero as well, but the rotten luck of being born rather later than Biggles, and of being too myopic and astigmatic to pass the eyesight tests required of military pilots, ruled out any such heroic future. The honour of flying with James Bigglesworth fell, in my young mind, to the very real figure of my paternal grandfather, Flying Officer Jim Bunning of the RFC. I meanwhile countered my misfortune with the idea that I could at least be the recorder of the adventures by becoming the natural successor to the writing of Captain W.E. Johns. Early interest in adventure books and tall-stories was tempered by the requirement to reorganise my dyslexic mind. A style of education borrowed directly from Tom Brown's 1830s schooling, applied with vigour to my shortcomings, did eventually result in this maladroit malefactor being fitted with a proper education. I was rounded off in rather more sympathetic fashion in the then still-used Nissan huts of the blossoming University of Keele. Thirty years on and the micro-chipped world of today facilitates the almost complete submergence of any remaining linguistic chaos, and so allows me in middle age to chase the essence of a long submerged dream. If I must write, and I must, shouldn't I be penning violent adventure stories? They are hopefully still in me to emerge in the very peak of my new career. Should I be playing with the works of lyrical Racine, or are they a challenge too far? Perhaps I have plunged a little deep into linguistic art, but there is at least logic in looking to the best from which to learn the craft of the wordsmith.
In practice I have left my attacks on classic works behind me and plunged deep into the future. I am currently a writer of speculative science fiction, with two titles running- "Another Space in Time" and "Another Space in Time, Returns". My third Spiderworld may appear as early as the middle of 2013, time will tell. If you have read this far I feel very flattered. Thank you.