Tempus Fugitive (The Tamar Black Saga #3)

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The third book in the Tamar Black Saga

They say that the past is behind us but it really depends on your point of view. The past is not necessarily behind you if you have the codes to the archives of history in the mainframe of the universal matrix. And somebody does…. More

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About Nicola Rhodes

About the Author
Nicola Rhodes often can’t remember where she lives so she lives inside her own head most of the time, where even if you do get lost, it’s still okay.
She has met many interesting people inside her own head and eventually decided to introduce them to the rest of the world, in the hopes that they would stop bothering her and let her sleep.
She has been doing this for ten years now but they still won’t leave her alone.

She wrote this book for fun and does not care if you take away a moral lesson from it or not.

You have her full permission to read whatever you wish into this work of fiction. As she says herself:
“Just because I wrote this book, doesn’t mean I know anything about it.”

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karen day reviewed on Dec. 22, 2011
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good read
(reviewed 40 days after purchase)
Jennifer Neill reviewed on April 15, 2010

Nicola Rhodes just keeps getting better and better. A whole new spin on time travel commences the book - no time machines here. Just when you think you’ve got the hang of that, you get thrown into another dimension and after that - well, that’s when it gets REALLY weird. The usual red herrings are thrown into the mix to keep you guessing and I loved the final denouement. What a way to catch a villain! (ooops tiny plot spoiler there) It’s original, funny and has a wonderful upside down view of life the universe and everything. “Mainframe” – classic! Don’t know what I’m on about? – read it. I can recommend it 100%
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Angela Blythe reviewed on April 15, 2010

I didn’t’ like this book – I loved it! Ha! It seems that nothing is too outrageous or ridiculous for Tamar Black to encounter – and she does it with such savoir faire and barbed wit at everybody’s expense that you find yourself wishing you knew her personally. The characters are so believable that no matter what happens, suspension of disbelief is remarkably easy to sustain. Witches, vampires, genies, time travel, whatever – Tamar takes it in her stride and therefore so do you, quite naturally.
Denny (did I mention Denny?) just keeps getting cooler and cooler. Love that guy, he’s brilliant. Tiny crush? Weeeell maybe.
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