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A Hole in Time

By: Clark Graham
Narrated by: William Mark Woelfle
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Summary

Major Robert Dalton swallowed involuntarily. After his crash, he vowed he would never fly again. Not only was he forced to fly again, now he would be flying into the past. It was a new plane was designed to travel through time. The mission was going to fail. He knew that. It was more than a premonition. His assignment: Kill Hitler. Stop the Holocaust before it starts. No one could foresee the consequences of changing the time-line. Would he destroy everything and everyone in the process?

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The performance is mechanical / almost like a computer voice at times but the story is engaging

I have to agree with the other reviewer; the narration is mechanical and really lets the story down (but not enough that I haven’t listened to both book 1&2) the story itself is engaging and explores / answers ideas and questions left from the first book, it follows on nicely. I don’t think you need to have read the first book to engage with this one but best to read in order, about to start the third book now.
Note this audio book was given to me for free and this is an honest review of what I think.

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story great narration poor

story great with lots of detail, spoiled however by narration that sounded mechanical or almost computerised without pauses you would expect for impact of certain phrases.

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A hole in time beneath the hearth.

A review of secret files closed for 25 years uncovers one which suggests that time travel was once believed possible, tried - and failed. But did it? And why the secrecy about the actual return of the experimental subject, previously believed dead?
This is a tale in two parts: the building of a machine to travel through time and the experiences of the two German speaking pilots who embark on a mission to change history by killing Hitler as a child.

Both of the interleaved stories are interesting but written in a rather dry, even stilted at times, language making for less than three dimensional protagonists. Narrator, William Mark Woelfle has a good, rich voice well suited to the subject matter; well modulated with some character definition, he still is unable to lift the story beyond a fairly dry reporting. The initial breathiness of the opening sequences is improved later but there are still a few strange pronunciations (for example that of hors d'oeuvers).
Altogether, an interesting book juggling with the ideas of what happens if the past could be altered, worth reading if the whole concept of time or science fiction is an interest. My thanks to the rights holder for freely gifting me a complimentary copy of A Hole In Time, at my request, via Audiobook Boom.

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Interesting play on time travel

2nd part of the series which came up with some interesting spins on time travel. A good listen

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