Pinball

Pinball Librarian s Note this is an alternate cover edition for ASIN B B YKJ S Steven Denver is a writer struggling to find a plot for his next novel the success of which or lack of will mean the continuanc

  • Title: Pinball
  • Author: AlanSeeger
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 499
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Librarian s Note this is an alternate cover edition for ASIN B00B6YKJ2S.Steven Denver is a writer struggling to find a plot for his next novel, the success of which or lack of will mean the continuance or the demise of his career But when he stumbles upon a strange green whirlpool near his home, he discovers that it is a gateway through space and time Exploring tLibrarian s Note this is an alternate cover edition for ASIN B00B6YKJ2S.Steven Denver is a writer struggling to find a plot for his next novel, the success of which or lack of will mean the continuance or the demise of his career But when he stumbles upon a strange green whirlpool near his home, he discovers that it is a gateway through space and time Exploring the Gatespace beyond leads him into worlds unknown and adventures that defy the imagination, perfect fuel for the creativity of an authorBut there s just one complication will he ever make it home to write that book

    One thought on “Pinball”

    1. Good ReadThe book started out kind of slow, but as I read, I was drawn in more and more to Alan's World of Gatespace! I was able to imagine the gates and the vista's of the world's Steven "gated" to and was reminded of my favorite tv show StarGate!

    2. This was, unfortunately, a very annoying book. Far too repetitive, even for a time travel story, with a feeling of insipid ennui I couldn't quite shift.

    3. Steve Denver has kind of come unstuck in time.One day, he looks up from his attempts to focus on writing his next novel, and sees some kind of metal monster heading for his home. He subdues it, more or less accidentally, and follows it to its source -- an interdimensional gateway that wasn't there the day before.With a little ingenuity, Steve goes through the gateway and pilots through the green void on the other side, until he finds himself on another world. When he manages to get back home, he [...]

    4. At first I thought I wasn't going to like it but it sucked me in. I liked the protagonist, Steve, and really wanted him to get his life back to normal. The concept of the time portals was interesting, but what ever happened to the guy who assassinated presidential candidate Abraham Lincoln? That kind of left me hanging.

    5. Author Seeger’s book was a very good read, His resolution of time travel paradox was well done. I enjoyed his characters, and found his prose exceptional. He also took the time to expertly proof-read his copy. I'm looking forward to reading REPLAY.

    6. Twist And TurnsThis time travel story has so many twist and turns it will make your mind dizzy. Though it's the first volume in a trilogy the book is satisfying to stand on it's own.

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