Repeating History

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What would you do if a geyser catapulted you back in time, into the middle of an Indian war? 20-year-old college dropout Chuck McManis gets to find out. The hard way.
By the time he escapes to civilization, 1870s-style, he discovers his new life has changed him forever. But he has to risk everything to earn the chance to stay, or lose everything he has become and everyone he loves. More

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About M. M. Justus

"A GRAND yarn you can't put down." Janet Chapple, author of Yellowstone Treasures, on Repeating History.

"The details paint a word picture so vivid that readers can see the story play out in their minds."
Steve Dunkelberger, Tacoma Weekly, on True Gold.

I am fascinated by the possibilities of what if. The memories of place that some people call ghosts, the möbius effect of time travel. You won't find vampires or werewolves in my books, I'm afraid. Or horror. I am more interested in the potential effects of the fantastic on normal folks, and in inserting it into well-researched historical events, populated mostly by people who really lived.

I'm also an avid student of the road, and Cross-Country will not be my last travel adventure book.

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About the Series: Time in Yellowstone
What if people and places are connected in ways we’re not aware of? Could those connections change the future? Could time be a

Möbius strip, never ending, always circling back?

What if two people could catch a glimpse of each other across time? How would it change their lives?

What if someone, in exactly the right – or wrong – place at exactly the right – or wrong – time, could be transported into a past that

wasn’t at all what he expected, only to have to create his own future? And how would that affect the people around him, and those people he loves in both times?

Also in Series: Time in Yellowstone

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Reviews

Christine Forber reviewed on May 30, 2013

Fun historical fiction set in an era about which I knew little. The time travel portion added an extra element to the portion of the story set in the past. I enjoyed watching the hero cope with the culture shock.

Read this one out of sequence, as I read "True Gold", the sequel first. However, the two books are only very loosely linked, and the sequence really didn't make much difference, in my opinion. Will read the final book in the trilogy when available.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Jacki Knight reviewed on Oct. 17, 2011

An enjoyable journey through an unfamiliar landscape - made all the more interesting by the author's obvious love for her setting. An interesting premise in a story brought alive by well-constructed and lively prose, vivid description and believable engaging characters. Eagerly anticipating the sequel.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)

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