Quantum Time

Quantum Time

Everyone knew time travel was impossible. Then reality intruded.

A dying man stumbles into a police station and collapses. In his fist is a mysterious coin with strange markings. He tells the police he’s from the future, and when they uncover the coin’s hidden message they’re inclined to believe him.

Daniel Rice never asked for fame but his key role in Earth’s first contact with an alien civilization thrust him into a social arena where any crackpot might take aim. When the FBI arrives at his door and predictions of the future start coming true, Daniel is dragged into a mission to save the world from nuclear holocaust. To succeed, he’ll need to exploit cobbled-together alien technology to peer into a world thirty years beyond his own.

The third book of the Quantum series goes far beyond extra dimensions of space to expose the curious paradoxes of time in a wild ride along the edges of scientific knowledge.

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  • Steven Verhoest

    Good time travel story. But please, please cut the last chapter 🤢🤮. Almost gave the book 2stars because if it. ...

  • Richard

    Having read the first two books in the Quantum Series (plus the Quantum Incident Prologue) I put in an order for this book the minute Phillips announced he was writing it and started reading it the da...

  • Patrick

    Scary and tensePretty awesome. The writer tell at the end that he put in a lot of research and it pays off. Keeping any time travel story straight must be a challenge. I loved Dr. Who since Tom Baker ...

  • Christina

    I really loved the other books in this series, but this first 20% of this one seemed forced and disjointed, almost like it was written by someone else. I held on because the other books were so good, ...

  • Arbys Mom

    I was not as impressed with this final installment in the Quantum series. It didn’t seem to flow as well as the first two books, both in plot and with the characters and their relationships. At time...

  • Andrew Welstead

    I wanted to like it but it seems to have lost something from the first two books. I think there’s something special brewing in this author and hopefully this trilogy is just his freshman effort to b...

  • James

    I enjoyed the first two books in this trilogy. Strong science backed up with reasonably appealing and interesting characters.Unfortunately, it seemed to me that the science in this particular novel wa...

  • Clint

    Ludicrous plot ruins what could have been a good story Quantum Time has most of the elements needed to make a good story; engaging characters, an interesting premise for the story and is ably written....

  • Kelsey Brookes

    Fantastic series that has interesting real science behind itI've tremendously enjoyed this series. The characters have clear, individual voices, the fiction element is thrilling and moves at a good pa...

  • Clabe Polk

    What would you do to prevent a nuclear holocaust? For Dr. Daniel Rice it was traveling into an uncertain and deeply disturbing future using questionable technology. For him, the result was untimately ...