Tales in Time Volume One

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Time travel? Extraterrestrial visitors? Is it possible? What happens when ordinary folks, in an ordinary town, accidentally encounter time travel? A series in four books. Good readers eight to twelve years. In book one meet, Paula, a black hole traveling funnel, the bridge over the edge of time, and Trollamahr, a girl from 1869, and Tairnellig, guardian of the edge of time sector lll. More

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About David Rucker

While day-caring my grandchildren, I observed that more books for the tween-er ages would be really nice. I challenged myself to create some. I created plot-lines of friendships, time travel, history, and science. Please enjoy my literary efforts, and do let others know how I did in the Reader's Evaluation sections.

The four "Tales In Time" books found their way to completion over several years. They could well have been contained under one cover. I admire prolific writers, but I must confess to not being so endowed. A methodical slowpoke if you will.

The "College Transfer Guide" results from my years as a College Admission Officer and transfer counselor.

The "Gone With the Fins" book was inspired by my curiosity of the stories my father told of his family's 1925 cross-country road trip.

David

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About the Series: Tales In Time
Time Travel adventure. Early 21st Century (earth's calendar) accidental time travel occurrences, sets the stage for an emerging galactic awareness. Historical fiction. Readers 9 - 12.

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James Jenkins reviewed on Feb. 17, 2019

The first story is rough, as in unpolished. It reads like a first work, that is not ready publication.

The second story, flows nicely and reads much better, but I did not finish it. A time travel casually sharing future events usually makes a poor story line. This was clearly going in the poor direction.
(reviewed 8 months after purchase)
Judith Leraas Cook reviewed on March 10, 2010

Reading David Rucker’s work is pure delight. His plots are clear, satisfying, and interesting. Countless entertaining descriptions and observations of both nature and humankind maintain the reader’s interest because of their accuracy and the gentle touch he gives to them. But his work’s real charm lies in the trials and triumphs of his protagonists; these are tightly crafted, droll and extraordinarily satisfying. I recommend Rucker’s work both to grade school-aged children and all parents and grandparents who are fortunate enough to read to their offspring.

Judith Leraas Cook
Eastsound, Washington
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
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