I'm Not the Man I Was

Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Aaron was just a kid when he first saw the stranger but he wouldn't ever forget him. As far as he was concerned the stranger being there at that time probably saved his life. It was just a few years later he saw the stranger again. The fact that the stranger looked the same and again saved his life left an indelible memory with him of the incident. More
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About Phillip N Hancock, Sr

Air Force Enlisted First Sergeant 25 Years of Service
Hydro System Controller for The Central Valley Project in Sacramento, CA 18 Years Service
Retired, playing golf, working at our ranch and writing fiction

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Review by: Celestialp on Dec. 26, 2017 :
I really enjoyed this story about time travel. It had its own unique twists and turns that made it original and different than other novels with the same type of subject matter. Not predictable but enjoyable. Quick fun read. I would recommend it.
(reviewed 6 months after purchase)
Review by: fixitman on Nov. 25, 2017 :
As with this authors other stories, the stories themselves are great.
The editing leaves a lot to be desired, however. Misused words such as the use of homonyms instead of the correct word are rampant, as are run-on sentences, misuse of commas, incomplete sentences, and other errors. I suggest using a professional editor, or at least a volunteer who has been an English teacher, rather than another person whom obviously also cannot use the language properly. Possibly if these stories ever catch the eye of a professional editor or publisher willing to go through the painful process of correcting nearly every sentence, and a professional edition is issued, this won't be a problem.
(review of free book)
Review by: phancock38 on Sep. 29, 2017 :
This is a well written short novel that grabs your attention immediately and then keeps it all the way to the end. With each page it is not clear where Aaron's time travel is going to take him and what the result will be in to the final future state. Really a great quick read and I recommend others take the time, they won't regret it.
(review of free book)
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