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  • Series: Sands Of Time Book 1 Of The Tempus Fugit Chronicles (Book 1)
  • Hardcover: 512 pages
  • Publisher: Starlocke Publishing, LLC. 808 Nelson Street, Vancouver; 1ST edition (2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0985897449
  • ISBN-13: 978-0985897444
  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 10 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,415,824 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Written as a novel, hard to put down...Very good!
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Like I am always told; truth is stranger than fiction, & beside who going to believe you when the masses have been condition by public education to believe otherwise.
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The pages are so tightly packed that the book should have been 700 pages long so that is why it took me two days.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By bluivory&& on August 31, 2012
Format: Hardcover
I didn't buy this book from Amazon, I bought it at a new age conference. So I definitely have a slant. I also don't usually buy dark ops or conspiracy type books, so I may be naive in how those types of books move plot wise, or such.

But overall I found myself very intrigued by this book. And I had a difficult time setting it down. There were so many intense parts to the book, I found myself losing sleep trying to get through each chapter at night. It is a FAT book covering alien/ human involvement for the last hundred years, 300 plus pages. Some of the connections between the species are quite disturbing,** be warned**
If I have any criticism it has to do with the beginning which got off to a slow start, laying down the early years of the central character.
Yet, I understand how it was important to laying the foundation of the central character's personality. Once the character got out of college the story took off, and the latter half of the book left me out of breath.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By guyhomme on May 26, 2012
Format: Hardcover
This is the best written work of Sean David Morton. I say 'written' because he is also a performance artist of the paranormal. I call him the Jack Black of the Strange Universe. Full disclosure: I have known Sean for over 12 years, and we are friends. I see him perform twice a year at the New Life Expo in New York City, and have heard bits and pieces of the story in this novel over the years. Sean made reference to the main character many times, but I never put it together until the publication of this book. Up front, let me state some criticisms that keep this book from getting 5 stars (I wanted to give this edition 4.5, but the rating system does not allow half stars). I have the original hardcover first edition, which has an embarrassingly high number of misspellings and typos. Subsequent editions must be better edited. The font is small, and hard to read. Sean said the book would be 200 pages longer if he used the font he wanted. And, it takes about 50 pages or so for the book to get off the ground. There is a dis-jointed nature to the novel's beginning which can be remedied in subsequent editions. I only mention this to encourage readers to carry on, for the effort will bear much fruit.

On to the good stuff...If you are a student of history, especially the hidden and secret history of the 20th century, with a keen interest, but not a rabid one, in: UFO's, Aliens (mulitiple races), the paranormal, 2012, Above Top Secret government projects, Nazi scientists, Area 51, Dreamland, DARPA, HAARP, Men in Black, MJ-12, mind control/MK-Ultra, remote viewing, time travel, the Philadelphia Experiment, the Montauk Project and even assasinations, then this is the one book for you.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By rastamanja on April 1, 2013
Format: Hardcover
The Sands of Time is an awesome work. I listened to the audio version, and commend Sean David on keeping the information interesting, the characters separate and overall all telling a great story. In addition to to that, the back-story really connects a lot of dots in Histories Mysteries. From George Greens "Big Picture, the Phil Snyder ,Dulce Battles, Roswell, MK Ultra Super Soldier, Grey's, Illumanati, Half of Bill Ryan and Kerry Cassidy's interviews in on Project camelot, and so much more in bewteen... this novel paints THE BIG PICTURE, and then puts it all in your lap. What has taken me 5 years of independent research is essentially summarized and presented with the "behind the scene" details that compliment a larger untold story.. Until Now!. If David Sean has an active enough imagination to have created a fantastic story, or if in fact, this is what it appears to be (a ring side seat to one the the greatest stories never told), you will have to decide. I'd say there is a reasonable explanation for this books success, and a good reason why you can't get a hard copy of it for less that $350 right now, and that explanation is likely because there is a lot of truth to it. I would like to think it's just a lot of fantasy, conspiracy garbage, but I spent $49 bucks on the USB audio/pdf version of the book, and was so compelled after finishing hearing the audio that I spent another $100 bucks get my hands on a hard cover copy on E-Bay, if for no other reason than to see the formulas for myself. It's been said that "The Truth will set you free, But... it will tick you off first! 5 Stars review here, no doubt about it. A seminal work, and probably a rear peek into how the world really works outside the Matrix. If you are Awake and AWARE, you must get this book. If you are asleep still, well, it's still a good read.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 25, 2012
Format: Hardcover
This book was outstanding, I could not put it down. Very well written, a fascinating look into the world of black ops that has been kept from the public. If you want to know about time travel you will enjoy this book.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Daniel T. Davis on July 14, 2013
Format: Hardcover
This book has an unusual twist. It says that the secret government that has been running the USA at least since they killed JFK are really the good guys. These are the people, who, according to many sources including Alex Jones, ship in all the drugs, killed 3 Kennedies, a King, countless inventors of devices that would set our race free, who imprisoned and defamed and sometimes killed any doctor who found a cure for cancer and any journalist who didn't sing their song. The book misleads by saying that the secret government is here for our protection, betterment and apparently our salvation as a species. Let me explain.
Supposedly, experiments conducted in the early 40's ripped a hole in some kind of an unseen space fabric and this hole has allowed bad aliens to begin the process of entering our realm and taking over our planet. The invaders have a DNA problem and have been allowed to use our DNA in an attempt correct their problem. This in exchange for technology such as lasers and silicon chips.
The hero of the book, Dr. Humphrey, discovers that this is a ruse, that the advance ET team isn't interested in our DNA but our flesh and are rendering hundreds of thousands of humans to serve as food for the main invasion force that is set to arrive some time after December of 2012. So Humphrey sets out to save the planet and us from the evil invading force and that does seem to make him a good guy but on closer inspection it appears that he cares nothing for us and is saving the planet for the secret government only.
He develops and implements a program to systematically lie to us about contact with aliens.
Although he has access to technology that would stop poverty, eliminate hunger and correct our environmental transgressions, he chooses not to share it with us.
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