The Bergmann Protocol

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
A temporal exploration craft is struck by lightning and is forced to crash land at some point in the past. With their prime directive compromised, both the crew of the ship and, and the team sent to recover them, must race against time to avoid detection and prevent an earth-shattering disaster. More
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About T J Kinsella

T.J Kinsella is a writer from the south coast of England. A former researcher in Artificial Intelligence, he has a life long passion for all things Sci-Fi and is great fan of short stories, particularly those of Philip K Dick.
T.J. began self-publishing his work in early 2017 and, since then, his stories 'Point of Origin' and 'The Returning Hero', have been published respectively, in issues #3 and #4 of the sci-fi, e-magazine, 'Just a Minor Malfunction'.
When he's not at his keyboard, he can be found watching his beloved football team, AFC Bournemouth, or playing the drums, (badly!).

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About the Series: Gillitzer's Travels
Captain Gillitzer and his crew travel into the past in a daring attempt to retrieve an infamous historical figure. However, after becoming beset by bad fortune, completing the mission becomes the least of their concerns. Follow the misadventures of the unluckiest time-travellers in history...before they change it!

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James Jenkins reviewed on Feb. 18, 2017

The ending is not the surprise the author intended.

The story does not flow well, everything is off balance, often I am trying to figure out why this or that is happening (lack of context).

It feels like the author had a great idea for an ending, then put a bunch of words before it to make a story.
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Neil Smith reviewed on Feb. 10, 2017

A chunky piece of writing, I liked it. I liked that it had an ending. If there was one line that needed editing, it would be:

"For the first time since the crash, the captain aloud himself a slight smile."

You probably meant to say "allowed" himself a slight smile.

"For the first time since the crash, the captain allowed himself a slight smile."

Grammarly speaking, you might want to lowercase the "Said"s' after character speaking. it's a personal choice if you want to capitalize after speaking: "I know this sentence." said him

I'm guilty of releasing with incorrections, it's okay. We don't have editors. Keep writing. I was able to understand the science fiction. I enjoyed that I "got it", and was able to follow along with the time travel-verse.
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