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Summary

In the early 23rd century, time travel has become a reality. For years, the Infinity Generator remains unused as governments debate the ramifications of potential alterations to the past until one nation, Germany, proposes the correction of humanity's worst atrocity, the Holocaust.

The United Nations agrees, and a committee is formed to work up a plan. They decide that erasing Adolf Hitler from history is the best way to achieve their goal. They study his life, find his vulnerabilities, and finally execute their attack.

Like many before them, they fail, and with that, a new and terrible foe becomes aware of their intentions, hell-bent on revenge. Now the UN must fight against time itself to achieve success before the future, the present, and the past are controlled by the Fourth Reich.

©2021 NSW (P)2022 Andrew Dunkley

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Enjoyable listen

Good job Andrew, bring on the next one! until then, its Space Nuts time.

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  • 07-02-22

Enough of the music every chapter

Liked the story interesting take on the time paradox. Why do you have the same music or any music and the end and beginning of each chapter. Very annoying. 20 seconds every chapter. Ugh!

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  • onlineshopper
  • 07-03-22

Paradoxically stunned

I really enjoyed this book it moved at a good pace. Definitely have to pay attention. Well worth the time!

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