"...readers with a cursory knowledge of history will enjoy seeing Nick and Nora struggle to remember what is fact and what is fiction."Kirkus Reviews
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Potential for a good plot, but ruined with silly dialogue and too many Christian undertones. I wouldn't continue the seriesPublished 16 months ago by Casserly
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The good: It's a fun story about commercial time travel and what that could mean in the wrong hands. Read more
This was a surprisingly good book; I only wish it were longer. The characters were well developed and I thoroughly enjoyed the sci-fi spin.Published 23 months ago by Jeff L
This is a quick read time travel book with a series of fast paced events. The author introduces sophisticated knowledge of books, historical events and music that is easy to read... Read morePublished on January 5, 2014 by carriem.
Don't normally like this type of book, but I met the author and was inspired to give the book a try.
I really like it. Read more
This book is about a commercial time travel company based in the future called Rabbit Hole, that takes it's customers on brief, interesting journeys to see important moments in the... Read morePublished on December 3, 2013 by Bibliophile
Rabbit Hole: The Paradox Series Book 1 is fast paced and fun. Time travel, romance, intrigue. It's all there and is a bit of a page-turner!Published on November 26, 2013 by Zoltan Istvan
Lots of history and mystery, cant wait for the next one.the story moves seamlessly .the time travel is really fun.Published on October 30, 2013 by D J
Looking for a fast moving time travel adventure with a little romance thrown in? You've found the right book. This is the type of book once you start you can't put down. Read morePublished on October 19, 2013 by D. Beers