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Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Traveller - Inceptio by Rob Shackleford


Traveller - Inceptio by [Shackleford, Rob]
If you were sent a thousand years into the past, would you survive?
With the accidental development of the Transporter, university researchers determine that the device sends any subject one thousand years into the past.
Or is it to a possible past?
The enigmatic Transporter soon becomes known as a Time Machine, but with limitations.
An audacious research project is devised to use the Transporter to investigate Medieval Saxon England, when a crack international team of Special Services soldiers undergo intensive training for their role as historical researchers.
The special researchers, called Travellers, are to be sent into what is a very dangerous period in England's turbulent past. 
From the beaches of Australia to the forests of Saxon England, Traveller - Inceptio reveals how Travellers soon learn that they need more than combat skills and modern technology to survive the trails of early 11th Century life.
Review: This is a really great sci fi book that leaves you thinking long after you've finished it. The plot is well thought out, and it seems like a lot of research has gone into it, meaning there weren't any plot holes that I picked up on! Really cool, unique too. 

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