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Tempus Fugitive: Mission 1
- Black Ocean: Passage of Time, Book 1
- Narrated by: Mikael Naramore
- Length: 5 hrs and 30 mins
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The next generation is here, and trouble is in their DNA.
Jessie and Eric Ramsey have a family history of crime. Fighting back against heredity, each tried to make their way in the galaxy by respectable means. Jessie joined Earth Navy; Eric went to college for magic. But fate wasn’t having it. Eric was expelled. Jessie went AWOL. Now, due to a magical mishap that wasn’t entirely anyone’s fault (we swear!), they’re stranded five years in the future on a Mars that’s no longer friendly territory.
Caught behind enemy lines in a galactic civil war they didn’t know about, the pair need every trick in their respective books to survive on Mars long enough to escape. Along the way, they’ll meet old friends and make new foes, and if they’re very lucky, manage to figure out where they belong in this new galactic order.
And Mars is only the beginning. Time travel is a one-way trip, and the only way to stop is death. And Ramseys don’t die easy.
Tempus Fugitive is the first mission of Black Ocean: Passage of Time, a science fantasy series set in the late 26th century. What if Futurama jumped five years ahead instead of 1000? What if Doc and Marty lost the car keys? What if Bonnie and Clyde were siblings instead of lovers? Passage of Time jolts the Black Ocean universe forward into new adventures and new perils with a new cast of zany misfits trying to outsmart the galaxy just to get by.
Strap in and hold on tight. Passage of Time is the latest series in the Black Ocean universe, and it’s going to be an action-packed, mystery-filled, madcap ride across the galaxy!
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- Glen Monks
Early days, but not up to the Black Ocean standard
I’m a big Black Ocean fan, with Mercy For Hire (Esper’s story) being my favourite branch. This book feels like it’s written for children, with the characters not seeing the obvious things until at least five minutes of covering every other idea. This padding gets annoying, questions like “What are you doing here because if its X then… blah blah blah…”
I’ve not finished it yet, but it promises to be a fan-pleaser, with lots of the previous characters having their parts.
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