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By: Bryan Roe

In Time

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Join Roger on his adventures as he is being blasted back into the past. He meets many famous people, is imprisoned, and gets into other scrapes. He is helped through his ordeals by taking modern technology (his mobile phone) with him. He also meets girls along the way, although it could be the same girl throughout the ages.

His life is peppered with trips to the past and sometimes characters from the past end up in the present day, they become his friends. There are relationships, some tragedies but humans adapt. One chapter involves some of the author’s family and is a true account more tragic than any fiction could be. The reader will have to decide which chapter is being referred to.

Throughout the story there are fights, battles, mystery and the paranormal.

Finally, there is a glimpse of the future of cars and driving, not all of which is to Roger’s liking.

Bryan was a professional baker until a stroke forced retirement.   His final post being Technical Manager for a cake manufacturing company involving writing detailed work instructions for his new recipes. Another aspect was writing a procedure manual for the company.


Recovery was long, but fortunately his mind still active with ideas and vivid imagination. One day a local writing group was looking for members to write short stories. After a couple of years he felt the need to develop his characters and story lines, a manuscript was prepared and Austin Macauley publishers kindly agreed to publish his first novel.

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