Stealing Some Time: Volume 1


      Stealing Some Time: Volume 1
Winner of the 2004 Stonewall Society Imagination Literary Award for best gay themed science fiction It is 2479 AD Technical Sergeant Kallen Deshara and his team have traveled from the 25th century to the 19th Their mission to eliminate powerful ion storms caused by the very device that opened the portal to the past If they don t succeed, their present may cease to exist Once done, they ll return home and the future will be as it should be But Kallen didn t plan on meeting Aaric Utzman, a young cartographer from post colonial America Nor did he plan to fall in love with him He must find a way for them to stay together or Aaric will have been dead for over six hundred years after Kallen s return No matter what he decides, the past, the present, and the future will be irrevocably altered. Best Download Kindle ePUB Stealing Some Time: Volume 1 By Mark Kendrick – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Mark Ian Kendrick I wish I could say I come from a long line of creative types, that creative endeavors were encouraged, that creativity was a hallmark of my family Alas, I m the outcast and DAMN proud of it In fact, I m the only gay member of my family on both sides for generations I know I did our family s genealogy on computer a decade ago just to find the others No gays No painters No writers No artists No inventors No intellectuals Just Republicans And those addicted to mythological beings made up during the Bronze Age So, let this be a lesson to everyone In every boring family a black sheep must be born to create a fresh look, to stir the pot To force change Words are power Unleash them

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  • Paperback
  • 280 pages
  • Stealing Some Time: Volume 1
  • Mark Kendrick
  • English
  • 11 May 2019
  • 0595276725

10 thoughts on “ Stealing Some Time: Volume 1

  1. says:

    This was my first gay science fiction novel, and I must admit that it took me a while to get into it, but it was definitely worth it I enjoyed the author s take on global warming, gay rights, and his take on religion I really enjoy Mark s novels, and while I did enjoy this science fiction novel, I hope he returns to regular fiction soon I really enjoyed the world Mark created and it was obvious that he vigorously researched everything to make his world and technology as realistic and This was my first gay science fiction novel, and I must admit that it took me a while to get into it, but it was definitely worth it I enjoyed the author s take on global warming, gay rights, and his take on religion I really enjoy Mark s novels, and while I did enjoy this science fiction novel, I hope he returns to regul...

  2. says:

    too much sex and too much extraneous details that no one cares about

  3. says:

    SlashReaders When I originally started reading Mark Kendrick s work it was back in 2004 I have fond memories of reading this series as well as some of his other books In fact here are a few of the comments I had in my originally review I enjoyed reading these for the most part One of the things I noticed in this series and with his other books as that sometimes when dealing with emotions is rather unbelievable But even the magic later is quiet well do...

  4. says:

    A great time travel story that goes the distance By that I mean that the loose ends of the story get nicely explained in book 2, stretching over a large time frame It s hard to find a nice science fiction story with a gay protagonist...

  5. says:

    It s really dry reading The author just keeps shoving information at you, which makes for a tedious, long, boring read Especially at the beginning, it really felt like reading a textbook The prologue is one long info dump and is...

  6. says:

    I made it to page 99 of this and couldn t muster up enough interest even to make it the round 100 I m afraid it s just dull The writing is flat and it could have done with someproof reading, I spotted a few mistakes I didn t latch on...

  7. says:

    I love Sci Fi and especially Sci Fi with a gay MM subplot Unfortunately there are not many of those around in which the science part is creditable and well described, but this is one of them.I like this Sci Fi romance and would have given it 5 stars if it hadn t been moving along rather...

  8. says:

    I feel like part one and part two ought to have been combined and condensed The pacing was too slow, especially in part one Part two brought in the time travel and the story cheered up quite a bit.

  9. says:

    I devoure books like these, the emotional twists, the last half of the second book is worth trudging through some of the excessive dialogue Dystopian, alt reality, SF I was wishing there wasabout kallen s later life But it was handled well.

  10. says:

    This book takes place in the future. not really my deal, but it s pretty good to get through The ending is a cliffhanger, so I d recommend getting the sequel at the same time It s worthwhile.

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