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ABAJAM Chronicles Book II: Strange New World, Same Olde World

ABAJAM Chronicles Book II: Strange New World, Same Olde World

by A.R.E.M.
ABAJAM Chronicles Book II: Strange New World, Same Olde World

ABAJAM Chronicles Book II: Strange New World, Same Olde World

by A.R.E.M.



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Would You Rewrite History?

Book two begins where book one left off, just not exactly in the same place or time.

The first chapter opens right in the middle of Albert's real time philandering. You get to follow along with him through his impaired state of mind, all from the lingering effects of the alien modules. You will curiously wonder about the events as they unfold before you, thinking 'could this have really happened? You will come to admire the many characters and their multifaceted lives as they develop while you're reading. Just trying to keep track of all of them will make your head spin.

You will finally discover when and where they are, {the clock is the clue}, how they got there, and of course, maybe even why... or not. You will cry, you will laugh and cry again. I did, and I wrote the book. You will learn what the consequences are when our intrepid travellers deliberately interfere with time, space and the native cultures that surround them. Will history repeat itself?

Which raises an interesting question: what would you do and how would you fare if you found yourself in similar circumstances? What would history say about you...?

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940162794219
Publisher: FriesenPress
Publication date: 12/02/2020
Series: ABAJAM Chronicles , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 7 MB

About the Author

Since the publication of my first book ABAJAM Chronicles, Two Families Lost in Time, my life has changed inexorably. You should read my firsts books bio before continuing. I'm just including some extra drama.
Anyway, I'm now divorced, my cat has died, I don't like where I'm living, my health leaves much to be desired, I'm now alienated from half my family; the other half having passed away. What more would you like to know about me?
See, drama.
But on a positive note, assuming you're nosey or still curious; I finally retired—just not as rich as I thought or the bank said I'd be—but I'm actually enjoying life. I did find new love again (although I'm still looking for another cat, perhaps a dog). In other words…I'm living the dream in my 'pyrite years'…only fools or the rich believe they're 'golden'.

If you're wondering if my new book reflects my life's circumstances (after all, it is science fiction; nonetheless, I've been told in my first book that many of the characters seem 'biographical'), then the answer would have to be…more or less, yes. I gotta be consistent. Now the reference to mental illness is real, meeting aliens, isn't. As for telempathy…not so much.

I pride myself on writing authentic, factual and realistic—as in genuinely humorous—fantasy. Okay yeah, it sounds contradictory, but as the series progresses, the historical, scientific and familial inferences will prove to be accurate and all too real, both funny and sad.
To accomplish this, I did a lot of research, interviews, visiting locations—throughout North America, Europe and Asia—visited all sorts of museums, interpretive centres, some archeological sites and even did a one week stint or working cruise on a tall ship. You have to live to write. And I have a lot more research and world traveling ahead of me for books III, IV and beyond, should I live long enough.

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