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Time Twist - the short story by Roger Chappell

Time Twist

A Novella Prologue to the time travel novel 'Time Slicer'

It's 2021. Physics scientist Phillipa Harris had spent years perfecting a device that would change everything. She planned to use it on herself, to go back in time and fix things. But after the demonstration went wrong, the only thing that could fix everything was her unborn son, Isaac, from 22 years in the future. What neither of them knew was that if he didn't help, then he would never had needed to.

This novella sets the scene for thetime travel  novel 'Time Slicer' - book two of the Trilogy

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Time Slicer - A Novel by Roger Chappell

Time Slicer

A Novel

Carrying on from the short story 'Time Twist' 

‘The grains of sand still falling from his fingers were now clinging to the moment with him, their fall becoming slower with each heartbeat that pounded his chest.’ 

It's now 2052.

Isaac used to be an ordinary guy. But then things started happening, and he found he was part of an exclusive group of people who have the ability to time travel at will. They call themselves 'Time Slicers'.

But Isaac is different to the others. His abilities keep growing, which helps when confronted by the 'Cleaners'. Then he discovers the power of a single moment, and why it holds the key to time and other realities. But there’s one problem; he isn't in the right timeline, and if he doesn't find a way back, he'll never be born.

Putting his faith in his dad's friends in 2124, they travel to Norway, where they find more than just the hope of a way back. The city of Ålesund and the island of Giske hold the key to all of their futures in the past, but at a terrible cost...




Time Slicer - A Novel by Roger Chappell

Time Slicers - The Last Timeline

A Novel

Carrying on from the novel 'Time Slicer' 

Isaac has unfinished work. There was something in the timeline he left frozen full of Cleaners,  something from outside reality, and it still wants what it came for.