A wisecracking New Yorker finds himself in Honolulu on December 6, 1941 - the day before the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. He knows of the invasion but can't get anyone to believe him.
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"A warm cuddling memory of home, & radio dramas... "
The pleasures of a radio drama grows out of the, - out of my mind, creating what a story hints at. I will be at home wherever a the story carries my mind, if however that story take me places of alternative life perspectives, new insights. A tale written artistically having smooth novel turns, then it is sure to remain a memory that adds to what I know of life; to who I am now & after.
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"The Twilight Zone drama "The Time Element" deserves A FIVE STAR * * * * *"
Wow, what a great program. Goosebumps and all. You will enjoy this Drama, it's represents history with a wild twists. FIVE STARS * * * * *
Great book. Love the twilight zone books and stories. Would recommend to anyone.
"A Pearl Harbor story"
A man goes back in time and relives the day Pearl Harbor was bombed by the Japanese military. The story is told through a modern day visit with a therapist. Interesting.
"Time paradox done badly."
I usually enjoy all "time" stories. Time paradox, time travel and so on. Not so this one. The story buildup is OK. Acting is good. But the ending is as if cut in from another almost identical story. Maybe that was the idea? I would have preferred a good old fashioned predictable cliché to this one though.
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