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“Impossible Journey is reminiscent of The Time Machine by H. G. Wells with a unique…twist. In the year 2025, a team of researchers (representing various cultures and religious beliefs) create a time machine. The aim…is to go back in time to the Garden of Eden to warn Adam and Eve not to be tempted by the serpent. The team hypothesizes that if this event can be altered, then sickness, death, and war will disappear not only from the modern world but also throughout human history. .… The journey contains a number of twists, turns, and unique challenges as the team members are chaotically thrown into various significant events in human history , [and meet] various famous personages…. The team also gets a peek into a bleak future….”
“Impossible Journey is narrated in a very casual tone, … and the characters break all the commonly accepted rules of time travel. That…was made up for by the fact that I found Becher’s premise fascinating and I wanted to see where he was going with it.”
---- Donna Gielow McFarland for Readers' Favorite
Copyright © 2004 by James M. Becher All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means without prior permission of the author, except by a reviewer who may quote brief passages in a review.
This is a work of science fiction time travel, with elements of historical fiction. Names places and incidents either are the product of the author’s imagination or, are used fictitiously. Similarities to real persons, places or events are, in some cases strictly coincidental, but in other cases are NOT necessarily coincidental. The Author uses fiction to point to truth
DEDICATIONS AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
I would like to thank the following people whom the LORD God used to help make this possible and I dedicate this book to all of them:
(1) To David Lipscome of St.Petersburg, Florida for giving me the very basic idea for this story.
(2) To Sacha and Isabel Simone of Caracas, Venezuela, for the use of their computer to write most of this book while my wife and I were there.
(3) To Sean Gallagan who, upon my return to the U.S., when I tried to buy a computer without sufficient funds or established credit, brought a computer to my house and said that the LORD told him to give it to me, thus enabling me to finish and publish this book.
(4) And last, but certainly not least, to my dear wife, Berenice for all her help and encouragement throughout.