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Restitution Road

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Length: 18 hrs and 11 mins
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Ever wondered if you were meant to have done something special with your life? Daniel is the poster boy for wasted talent and finds himself at rock bottom. One despairing suicide later and he is about to discover that death is not as final as he had thought it might be and that his troubles are only just beginning. From WW1 trenches to ancient Britain and to the far future where science is opening doors it really shouldn't. Daniel must find a way to save his species and perhaps his own soul in the process.

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epic sci fi adventure with a heart

starting with a run of the mill premise, a man depressed with modern life and his inconsequential part in it, this book wastes little time leaping into the realm of the supernatural. Before you can say 'cheer up mate', he's shot himself and is on the other side. This is a long book, but as it is split into three main sections it didn't drag for me. The plot is mission driven, with our guy travelling through time to sort things out. Of course, things are not as they seem and before we get to the end zombies, angels, soldiers, warlords, mad scientists, God and the devil have all shown up to keep us on our toes. It sort of reminded me of a cross between the TV Show Supernatural, Quantum Leap and the Back to the Future movies and that can't be a bad thing. The book doesn't break any new ground but it speeds along at a good pace and has a surprisingly touching ending. I really enjoyed it. Give it a try if you like the idea of time travelling ghosts saving the world.