Time's Zone

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
Meet Ben, a small-town boy from the States. Then there's a British schoolgirl from London. Crossing paths in high school, both their thoughts on what a relationship could be was forever changed. When most eighteen-year-old's graduate, they party down in Panama. Ben though, thought that traveling to meet her was the way to do it. From backwoods USA to big-city London, follow them on their trip! More
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About Benjamin Meredith


I'm Ben, and recently I've published my first book. (Just like anyone else here, right?) I'm a student studying physics, and writing is a nice way for me to take a break from all the problem solving. My book, Time's Zone, is the true story of how I came to meet my best friend Kyah, my pen pal from high school. From Louisville, Kentucky to London in the UK, follow me on the journey!

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Kem15 reviewed on June 29, 2018

This is a story about a bond built on true friendship. It is an affirmation that two people can meet and learn to love without being physically near one another. I enjoyed following Ben on his journey. I was left wanting to know where the relationship is today and hope a sequel is in the works.
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Nick Cerva reviewed on June 28, 2018

SUCH a good book! While it can be a little bit dense at some times, I really enjoyed reading this. There were chapters I couldn't put down, then other chapters I looked forward to coming back to. All in all, highly recommended!
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747wanderlust reviewed on June 26, 2018

So lovely.
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Meneke reviewed on June 24, 2018

A good quick read. Not too overbearing with the details but enough to follow through with the author on his journey. It would have been nice to have an update at the end (considering it is a true story) explaining the situation now and for that reason I have given 4 stars.
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