Hindsight (Daedalus Book 1)

A troubled family on vacation sees their problems escalate from the routine family drama to something much worse as they cross paths with scientists working on a secret time warping experiment on a nearby island. Tension and excitement build as the family's desperate plight leads them into a world where the scientists are deeply involved in solving a mystery of their own. More
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Words: 85,070
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310767012
About Josh Karnes

Josh Karnes was born in Jonesboro, Arkansas in 1972. He moved to Central Texas with his family as a child, and he still calls Texas home after meeting his wife and raising two daughters there. He was a bit of a musical prodigy as a teen, playing guitar in college jazz ensembles throughout high school and began college studying music theory. His natural aptitude and interest in technology guided him into a career in the Austin tech scene, and he holds a number of patents in varied disciplines. Josh is a dedicated hands-on technical tinkerer and inventor. He is an avid reader of thrillers and mysteries since his youth. He still enjoys playing music frequently, along with other hobbies including traveling, mountain biking, and anything where he gets to build something.

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Review by: Hannes Birnbacher on April 30, 2017 : (no rating)
Hindsight is a novel about honesty (in the first place, vs your spouse), responsability, guilt and conscience. And a little bit about politics, corruption and greed. And a very small bit Science Fiction. I don't know if the author already had access to the research finding about negative mass (https://journals.aps.org/prl/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevLett.118.155301) , because they have been published only recently here, but they even make his wild plot about time loops plausible. Sort of.
In any case it was one of the most exciting Sf E-Books I ever read. Download it, even though the sequel is not available for us non-kindle users!
Remark: I never award stars in my reviews.
(review of free book)

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