Bargain eBooks #659:

Take Back Tomorrow by Richard Levesque
Genre: Science Fiction
Price: $2.99
Where to Get It:
Amazon (Kindle) 
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Eddie Royce thinks he’s got things all figured out. He’s managed to cheat the system and gotten himself published in the sci fi pulps by “borrowing” plots from Shakespeare. He doesn’t mind being a cheat and a plagiarist as long as no one finds out. But then he meets Chester Blackwood, the most famous science fiction writer of the 1930s, and discovers that Blackwood has a secret much bigger than Eddie’s. Worse, the unscrupulous publisher they both work for has caught the scent of their deceptions and is threatening to make their lives difficult. When Blackwood disappears, Eddie is caught up in the mystery. With the help of Blackwood’s beautiful daughter Roxanne (who has secrets of her own), he tries to piece together the puzzle, but soon he discovers more secrets hidden in the Hollywood Hills, secrets that seem to open doors into the past and the future. When the hack science fiction writer finds himself in a situation more fantastic than any pulp plot he could have imagined, he has to make a choice: sell out to the Hollywood elites who want the secret behind Blackwood’s success, or save himself and Roxanne from the sins of her father even if it means defying the laws of the universe.
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What they’re saying about it:

“The pace of the story is quick, and the time transitions are handled well. Overall, this is a good novel, one that even readers with little interest in sci-fi might enjoy.–from Publishers Weekly. This review is of a manuscript version of this book.”

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“I really enjoyed this first book from Mr. Levesque. It has a distinctly “noir” flavor as well as an old school science fiction feel. It is fast paced and clever. Many “time travel” themes are hackneyed and cliche – but Mr. Levesque handles the concept with a sophistication not seen in many of this type of story. Definitely worth the read – especially at the download price! I am looking forward to Mr. Levesque’s next book.”

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