Paradigm Rift #2020

Paradigm Rift By Randy McWilson Paradigm Rift Paradigm Rift A thrilling mix of mystery history and conspiracy Denver Wayne Collins Afghanistan War veteran is struggling to maintain the deteriorating pieces of his fractured personal life And t
  • Title: Paradigm Rift
  • Author: Randy McWilson
  • ISBN: 9780615990606
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Paperback
  • Paradigm Rift By Randy McWilson Paradigm Rift A thrilling mix of mystery, history, and conspiracy Denver Wayne Collins, Afghanistan War veteran, is struggling to maintain the deteriorating pieces of his fractured personal life And then happens During an electrical storm, he is violently thrown back to 1956 the quiet town of Normal, Illinois Is this nightmare real, or is this an elaborate gParadigm Rift A thrilling mix of mystery, history, and conspiracy Denver Wayne Collins, Afghanistan War veteran, is struggling to maintain the deteriorating pieces of his fractured personal life And then happens During an electrical storm, he is violently thrown back to 1956 the quiet town of Normal, Illinois Is this nightmare real, or is this an elaborate governmental fabrication Denver discovers a fragile alliance of time jumpers from across the last six decades The group has been desperately seeking the technology to return each of them back to their proper places in the space time continuum But will they succeed before the relentless forces of the CIA and a female KGB assassin find them Who can they trust Can they trust each other From Roswell in 1947, to Area 51 and far beyond, the Back to Normal series will challenge the way you understand contemporary world historyd even time itself If you are fascinated by conspiracy theories, then the Back to Normal series is your newest escape Back to Normal will tease your mind with shocking conclusions about the famous Roswell event, Area 51, the Philadelphia Experiment, and evene Kennedy assassination You will never look at history the same way again s time to get challenged, it s time to get the whole story, it s time to get Paradigm Rift Book One of the Back to Normal series.
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    1. Imagine you are suddenly ripped from life as you know it and dropped into a time that has already happened and a place for which you have never heard Denver Collins finds himself as one of several Jumpers in Normal, Illinois, who just want to get back to the time they are from.Author Randy McWilson s background in video production is prevalent in his writing as the scenes and characters in Paradigm Rift flow effortlessly together McWilson has created an original and provocative plot line with ex [...]


    2. What if, in an instant, you were not only in a different place, but a different timed you re not alone Science, history, small town and international intrigue this book combines all this and to create a delicious experience anxiously awaiting the next course Violating his own First Accord, Randy McWilson definitely leaves an impression here with Paradigm Rift With a mix of personal, political and bureaucratic motivations, his characters are original and thought provoking Time becomes another ch [...]


    3. Sci Fi is not my normal reading genre, so I was a little skeptical when a friend recommended that I read this book I was completely hooked after the first chapter could not put it down It reminded me a little of Dean Koontz or Stephen Kinga great plot with just enough mystery to keep you turning the page I also recommend that you buy the actual book, you just won t get the same feel with an eBook I look forward to reading from this author


    4. Very CreativeWell crafted and kept attention throughout Explanation of Roswell was intriguing and a great storyline Lead in to sequels a natural.


    5. I was told about this book by my mom who had found it on unlimited Being as I live in Normal Illinois where the book mostly takes place I had to read it What I was not prepared for was all of the twist and turns the books took as I read farther into the four book series I found myself staying up later than I should of at night telling myself just one chapter as I continued to read on wanting to know what was going to happen next The book is a fun read that will keep you wondering about what wil [...]


    6. Time travel novel set in Normal, IL in the 1950 s References to local streets, businesses etc were pretty cool An adult novel, but appropriate for middle school.


    7. This book is the start of a brilliant series I highly encourage readers to navigate their way to read it or put it on the TO READ list It gets you emotionally attached to characters as they go through their timeless journey So much in fact that you HAVE to know what s next, so you never want to put the book down Espically if you re into sci fi conspiracies, historical fiction, or mystery this will b a great fit for you


    8. What a wonderful series that has several appealing traitsIt is a great science fiction series that evolves around the town I live in Additionally it has mystery, and suspense that keeps me turning the pages and is very hard to put down There are many sub plots that ultimately tie together which keep the reader engaged I just wish there was an audible version A must read



    9. Enjoyed it, and was engaged, good characterization, like 3.5 stars, although it needs some serious editing and a bit of polish Interested in the next of the series.


    10. A must read book Great characters, great ideas, a few ah ha moments and a cliff hanger to beat all Loved this book


    11. SUCKSThe book should be a stand alone work Getting to the end and finding out that you must buy another book for 4.00 to continue the story is bullshit.


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