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- Print Length: 370 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1495491951
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- Publication Date: February 8, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IBP8II2
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #107,660 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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But sometimes, as in “Feedback”, Time Travel is both taken seriously as a physics hypothesis—and is neither let loose to cover everything nor confined to where it hardly matters. In “Feedback” we are treated to a nice demonstration of how a Time-Travel premise can be tweeked into something that both preserves the past and yet allows for human determination to help shape the ultimate future.
This story gives a new level to the term flash-back, as we bounce back and forth from two different story-lines, both equally engaging and both quite distinct until nearly the end, when all things become, at last, not just tied together, but twisted into an infinite loop. And it is a rare book that saves the surprise ending for an extended epilogue—and for that new experience, for this old, old bookworm, I have to thank Mr. Cawdron.
Having just finished reading this enthralling story, I suspect that I could spend a great deal of time poking holes in it—Time-Travel tales are notoriously loose-logical. But this book keeps you moving right along—and it would take a keener mind than mine to have noticed any glaring errors during the course of my reading. And, hey, if it’s good enough to support the willing suspension of disbelief until the last page, it’s hardly fair of the reader to try and tear it apart, after the fact—we’ll leave that to the poor fool who has to write the screenplay adaptation.
I would have to give the author a nod simply for writing a Time-Travel story that I enjoyed. But “Feedback” was more than just acceptable—it was a great sci-fi ride through space, time, and science—and that’s all I ask from any book.
Anyway. Do you love sf? First contact stories? Time travel stories? Stories that have tragedy but are also positive? Read this one.
Hire a maid, put the dog in a kennel, tell your friends you are off to a desert island on vacation and there is no cell phone reception, and pull the shades . . . you're not going to want to put this one down until you read the very last word.
I've read 4 Cawdron books, which were recommended to me by a very unlikely source. If this person tells me to read a book, I expect excellence. I picked up my first Cawdron book with some hesitation because I could not believe the recommendation was for an indie author. I said it in a review for another of his books, but i will repeat it here: either Cawdron is paying a professional editor or he is a true writer in every sense of the word. He is honing his craft nicely and each new book is better than the one before.