The Lost Forever

The Lost Forever The Crucifixion has been cancelled The Aztecs and the Sioux are threatening nuclear war The armies of Ancient Rome and Carthage have been destroyed by a force field Human history is unraveling and on

  • Title: The Lost Forever
  • Author: Paul Howard
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Crucifixion has been cancelled The Aztecs and the Sioux are threatening nuclear war The armies of Ancient Rome and Carthage have been destroyed by a force field Human history is unraveling, and only a few people realize it is happening the same team of music historians who faced an imploding universe a few years earlier But this is different The damage is being dThe Crucifixion has been cancelled The Aztecs and the Sioux are threatening nuclear war The armies of Ancient Rome and Carthage have been destroyed by a force field Human history is unraveling, and only a few people realize it is happening the same team of music historians who faced an imploding universe a few years earlier But this is different The damage is being done by millions of people from the future, and they don t even know why it is happening Who would do such a thing The answers can only be found on a roller coaster ride through time where everything is constantly changing right before their eyes, and by enlisting the help of super A.I from the distant future machines millions of times intelligent than humans Can a handful of time traveling music experts muster these forces in time to save the Earth The clock is ticking, and each second reduces their chances of success in a timeline so volatile that it can make people forget who they are and what they are doing just by being in it The Second installment in The Timelines Series, it is another wild ride through time and technology with a random element nobody figured on Who are those people in that Grand Cherokee and what are they up to

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    1. In his review, Desert Camper states:I really enjoyed the first book in this series so I had high expectations for this book, but also some reservations. The first story was so complex and neatly finished that it seemed impossible to imagine that the author could find any threads to pick up and weave into a new tale.I was pleasantly surprised.It turns out that a single idea presented near the end of the first Timelines is the basis for the second book. What effect does history have upon our colle [...]

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