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The Complete Time Change Series – Books One, Two and Three
HE MAJORED IN SCIENCE AND MINORED IN UNREALIZED DREAMS
High school teacher Jack Riggs is flung a century and a half into the past.
A TIME TRAVEL RACE AGAINST THE CLOCK
It’s 157 years ago in Norfolk, Virginia and Jack has no money, a nearly dead iPhone
in his pocket, and no idea how he got there. He must assimilate if he’s to have
any hope of getting back. Tormented, he tells his tale to Frances Sanger, a
woman with trust issues who nonetheless trusts Jack to stop a war that’s been
brewing for over a hundred years. He alone holds the key to saving nearly a
million people, and he’s got to do it in three and a half years.
THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO WANT THE CIVIL WAR FOUGHT
Abner Adkins, lawyer and cheating ex-husband of Frances, represents a group of
ruthless Southern terrorists that who will kill anyone who tries to keep the
peace–and concerning Jack, it’s personal.
HELP FROM YOUNG SAMUEL CLEMENS AND RALPH WALDO EMERSON
Can Jack invent this country out of its bloodiest war ever while trying to stay one
step ahead of those who want him dead? Jack, with the help of a cast of
historical superstars, come up with a plan that can stop the war before it
starts. Corporate spies and suicide bombers threaten to ruin it all.
EVERY CHANGE RIPPLES INTO THE FUTURE
In the final book of the Time Change Trilogy, Time Change Book Three: The Way Back,
Jack Riggs finds himself in a future time where nothing is as he thought. The actions of the past have rewritten history. The Civil War never happened and entire races of people have been decimated. But the changes in history affect Jack in personal ways, too. After discovering something about his wife, Frances, Jack’s feelings become as convoluted as the twists in time.
With the future of the world and his marriage at stake, Jack Riggs has a chance to go back and make things right, but his father beats him to it with plans of his own.
The Way Back is the conclusion to the Time Change Trilogy wrapped up with a nice neat
little bow . . . almost.