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Call Me Yesterday By Tim Beresford
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Reclusive scientist Mason Tyler has discovered a way to detect and control tachyons (faster than light particles). With the help of his assistant, Jane Munroe, he has succeeded in sending a message a... More > few hours backwards in time... Enter Mark Wright, the slickest financial market analyst in the City of London... Would you trust a disgruntled scientist with the most dangerous discovery in history? Would you trust a banker with the most lucrative capability imaginable? When cause no longer precedes effect, no-one can be sure what’s going to happen next in... Call Me Yesterday< Less
Dreams Of Yesterday By Tim Beresford
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Dreams Of Yesterday is the second volume of The Yesterday Trilogy, and is a full-length novel of over 80 thousand words. Plot: Reclusive scientist Mason Tyler has discovered a way to detect and... More > control tachyons (faster than light particles) and has used this capability to send messages backwards in time… But this has led to an unexpected development which threatens the wellbeing of everyone on Earth… Dreams Of Yesterday takes the story on to a new level… [It is recommended that you read the first volume, Call Me Yesterday, before embarking on this book, so as to gain the maximum enjoyment from the entire trilogy of stories.]< Less
Beyond Yesterday By Tim Beresford
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Beyond Yesterday is the third volume of The Yesterday Trilogy. The story starts where the second volume left off. The climactic events of the first two volumes have created a situation no-one on... More > Earth could have anticipated. The decisions of a few individuals will now control events which will shape the destiny of mankind for all time. The final volume of the trilogy is packed with action. Once again, Tachyonic Time Messaging will play a part, as staggering new technologies come into play, and the story culminates in a spectacular climax. It is recommended that you read the first two volumes, Call Me Yesterday and Dreams Of Yesterday before embarking on this final volume, so as to gain the maximum enjoyment from the whole work.< Less