Another Space in Time, Returns

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
When the Captain of the local police persuades Rodwell to help pursue the Earth Trash Terminators his life is thrown into turmoil. Standing in for his twin brother, Rodwell is thrown into the terrorists’ world. Can he fight dirty enough to survive, even when his new family is threatened? What will happen in this parallel earth-like world? This is the standalone sequel to Another Space in Time. More

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About Richard Bunning

I am currently a writer of speculative Science Fiction.
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Review by: Dixiane Hallaj on Sep. 16, 2012 :
The universe Richard Bunning constructs in Another Space in Time Returns is imaginative, interesting, and consistent throughout. The story is interesting, with plenty of action. Bunning takes you into the mind of the protagonist who, as people do, thinks a lot about what he’s about to do as he embarks on a dangerous under-cover operation. He argues with himself endlessly about whether or not the ends justify the means. In actuality, people do have long internal arguments that circle around the same thoughts as they step into morally questionable territory, but the reader does not have to share it all.
That being said, would I read another Richard Bunning book? Definitely. His writing is grammatically correct; his proofreading is excellent. More important—his creative storylines are interesting.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Marianne Tong on June 26, 2012 :
The narrator of Another Space in Time Returns, Frank, undergoes heart transplant surgery. He feels the need to tell the story of the donor, Rodney Richards, the hero of Bunning’s first book, Another Space in Time. When Rodney discovers that he is capable of calculated violence as well as tender caring, he engages in intense soul-searching. The narrator, in turn, is compelled to tell the story in this spell-binding novel by Richard Bunning.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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