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  • Man out of Time

  • The Time Bubble, Book 3
  • By: Jason Ayres
  • Narrated by: Guy Bethell
  • Length: 5 hrs and 23 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)

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Summary

What would you do if you found yourself cast 22 years into the future, into a world where your home is no longer your home, and you've been declared legally dead? This is the situation that Daniel Fisher finds himself in, at the beginning of this latest installment in The Time Bubble series. 

Stranded in the future, in a place where his outdated currency is worthless, things go from bad to worse for Dan very quickly. Before long, he finds himself incarcerated in a secure psychiatric unit, and his hopes of ever returning to the past looking bleak.

Elsewhere, Josh has unlocked the secrets of the time bubbles and can now freely travel in time. He returns to the scene of past encounters, as well as travelling to the future to join Peter on his adventures through time. 

But has he been careful enough to prevent others from discovering his secrets?

Man out of Time is the third novel in The Time Bubble series. The story continues with Splinters in Time. A fifth volume, Class of '92, was released in December 2018. A spin-off series, Second Chances, is also available.

Want to know more about the author? You can find him at: jasonayres.co.uk, facebook.com/TheTimeBubble, or Twitter @TheTimeBubble.

©2015 Jason Ayres (P)2019 Jason Ayres

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Great story, however…

Having read the entire series of the time bubble books via kindle I knew the story but had given characters my own voices for them to a point. Now experiencing this book as an audiobook I found myself pulled right out of the story every time the narrator read Charlie’s lines of dialogue. Keep in mind that as a character Charlie is literally the same age as Josh, Kayleigh, Lauren and even Dave and yet despite those characters having normal voices, Charlie for some reason speaks with an over sized plum in his mouth sounding like a pompous, rich aristocrat from the 1800s. It’s incredibly distracting and an incredibly poor character choice which pulled me out of the story every time I heard the voice. Other than that I was as kmpressed with this book as much as the others

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  • Daniel Lewis
  • 09-01-22

Great story, not great narration.

the narrator sounded like he was either drunk or was a stroke victim constantly slurring his words. that being said, it wad a great story (with a couple of annoyances common to time travel like the protagonist not seeing the extremely simple solution to a problem that seemed impossible to miss.