Four rebel scientists from 2133 return from a dystopian future where the Nazis rule the world, to try to change the outcome of World War II.
Did time travelrs help the allies win world war two? Strangely enough, the head of British Intelligence during the war believed so. Stewert Menzies met two men who helped the British, before the war started improve their radar systems and break German enigma codes.
Time Will Tell was written to make sure these amazing truths were not lost in time. Inside the walls of this "novel" are truths that few would believe.
Enjoy this unusual and amazing story of four scientists from a future in which the Nazis won world war ll, and how they changed history.
I made a promise to the man whose life story you are about to read. The individual who imparted his lifes's journey to me is now dead. The promise I made, and have kept, is that I would not release his story until ten years after his death. To my mind, no greater man has ever walked our planet.
Nazi killing good guys travel through time
They say you shouldn't judge a book by it's cover. But Eddie Upnick's rip roaring historical sci-fi novel, "Time Will Tell is the notable exception to the rule.
One of Upnick's biggest strenghts is his ability to fit a lot of action into short passages. He writes the kind of concise sentences that even a journalist can appreciate. His characters become intersting without over explaining their background. It's like meeting them as you read about them. Upnick is a master of character developement. He introuduces a large number of characters throughout the story, yet the reader feels drawn to them all.
The biggest brain tickler of all is tha this could actually be a true story! Real characters from history are woven into the story which leaves the reader wondering if this is fiction at all. Fans of Stephen Kings Dark Tower series will enjoy this aspect. A great read!
The next "Lost"
Time Will Tell is an amazing fast paced and unique story. There is so much going on that doesn't get fully explored. Time Will Tell could be the next "Lost."
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