Each of our acts, every single day, affects the future—sometimes in unimaginable ways.
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. A cast of characters including Samuel Clemens, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and the most unlikely vice presidential nominee of all time will force Jack to view history in a different way. Ultimately, he will learn that sometimes what we want is not what we need, and what we shun is what we need most.
The Way Back is the conclusion to the Time Change Trilogy wrapped up with a nice neat little bow . . . almost.