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Summary

Contains three complete, novel-length audiobooks in the Middle Falls Time Travel series.

What if you could do it all again?

The Unusual Second Life of Thomas Weaver

Thomas Weaver, haunted by a teenage tragedy, lived a wasted life. He closed his eyes for what he believed was the last time in 2016 but opened them again in his teenage bedroom and body in 1976. Now a middle-aged man in his teenage body, he sets out to fix everything he did wrong in his first life. A budding serial killer in homeroom, a possible new romance, and high school algebra complicate his plans.

The Redemption of Michael Hollister

All Michael Hollister wanted was death. What he got was time travel.

Convicted of murder and with nothing left to live for, Michael commits suicide in his jail cell in 1977, then opens his eyes in 1966, in his eight-year-old body, all memories of his previous life intact. His first thoughts are of the dark intentions of his father. When the man who raised him once again tries to do the unthinkable, Michael has a chance to right his childhood's greatest wrong. But can he do that without becoming a killer all over again?

The Death and Life of Dominick Davidner

How many lives would you spend to find your beloved?

Dominick Davidner was murdered. Then things got worse.

Instead of going on to the afterlife, Dominick found himself back in his nine-year-old body, all memories of his previous life intact. All he can think about is Emily, the love of his life, left behind when he died.

Unfortunately, she is now thousands of miles away. How can Dominick find his way back to the woman he loves, and what will he say if he finds her?

Includes special bonus notes read by the author.

©2020 Shawn Inmon (P)2020 Podium Publishing

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2 different authors?

The most difficult book review I’ve ever done.
It’s almost like this series was written by two separate authors.
The bill of the tales, when the author wrote the actual cases of time travel, reality, retribution and redemption were quite simply a joy to read.
A few hackneyed phrases and clichés here and there maybe, but overall a really enjoyable depiction of lives impacted by each other and then by temporal resets.
Really well thought out and described with flowing prose and excellent storytelling.

Which made the interspersed “etherial/alien overseer” chapters all the more frustrating.
Not only were they poorly written, but they were completely unnecessary (and weren’t helped by the narrators whiney musical delivery at those points).
They added nothing to the story other than to hit us over the head with the fact that there was an all-powerful deity/force behind what was happening.
In fact they just detracted from a great set of stories and only served to weaken and dilute them.
I’m pretty sure the author won’t read this, but if he does I hope he accepts this in the manner it’s intended. As genuine constructive criticism.
We didn’t need all that nonsense, and for the life of me I don’t understand why you thought those chapters were a good idea.
Without them, I’d have been encouraged to seek out more of your work.
The fact that they were in there will only serve to put me off doing that.
And that’s a shame.

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Fantastic

Loved these books and if you are a stephen king constant reader I am sure you would to.

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very enjoyable I listened to this book for 2-days

I listen to this audio book during the lockdown in England march 2021 I just turned 71 I really enjoyed it two days of my life pass by very enjoyable engrossed in this book

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Well thought, written and narrated

It will captivate your imagination. I finished 1-3 once, a little while ago and then, I have re-listenened the first one again. Brilliant concept.

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loved these books

really loved them . I listened to them all consecutively and even enjoyed the story from a different perspective I am off to get the next omnibus

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Beautifully written and read

I read these three stories back in 2018, it was wonderful to revisit them and hear someone else reading them.

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Redeeming a monster is one thing.

*spoilers ahead*

Redeeming a monster is one thing, but getting his victim to watch it while barely including her in the story is another. And having her forgive him, when the only thing he does is stop killing people (except for his dad 80+ times, who did actually deserve it) is, well, sick.

The whole time travel concept is way off. Surely if he goes back he'd encounter a version of her that's already done the same thing many times. She deserved revenge not torture.

Can't believe its the same bloke that wrote the Kragdon-ah books.

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Lovely stories, great narrating

I love the concept of these stories. The interim sections with "the watchers" (no spoilers) still strike me as additional but not entirely necessary, I think the stories would be as good stand alone, but they certainly don't detract. All 3 narrators do great character voices and are easy to listen to. Highly recommend for enjoyable listening and interesting sci-fi that isn't too mind bending to process (I'm a big sci-fi fan but often find stories with time travel elements make my brain hurt!)

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Binged 2 books in the first few days

Just started the third book in what must be less than a week, Wasn't connvinced I could enjoy the second as the protagonist appears in the first book and I really didn't like him, but I found the second book even better than the first, the authors a genius 😀

I have High hopes for book number three and the rest of the series!

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an absorbing story

the behind the scenes beings added an extra twist to the story that I enjoyed. I'm looking forwards to the next set!

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  • Mary D
  • 02-10-20

Too much animal torture.

I hated the sad stories in this book. Had I know it had detailed animal torture I would have selected something different.

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  • Schlista
  • 10-09-20

Good, Great, and mediocre books but worth it!

Book one is very good and does a great job setting up book #2. You start to care about the characters and are intrigued with the system the author uses for people getting 2nd chances. The narrator is hard to listen too, but I was used to him from another book so for me it wasn't that big of a deal.

The 2nd book is where this collection shines and makes this worth a credit. My 21 year old son who was in the car with me for a couple hours heard some of it and he even got interested. It's very easy to listen to and follow. You really do care about the main character--it's amazing how the author pulled this off. I don't want to spoil anything, but WOW!

The 3rd book I would have returned for my credit back if the 2nd book wasn't so awesome. About 1/2 the 3rd book is a retelling of the 2nd book from a different perspective, but not that much different. It's like the difference between the right fielder and the center fielder of a baseball game. I felt cheated. And the author at the end says he wrote this really quickly...well no duh...he just rehashed the 2nd book.

Book 1 is 4 stars. Book 2 is 5 stars and book 3 and 2 stars (but maybe 3 stars if I only read book 3). Overall it's a solid 4 across the board.

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  • rod bowden
  • 07-07-20

Unsure: Then Completely Draw In

Ok I’m going to just be up front and say that at the beginning of the first book the narrator took almost 1/2 way through before I could be ok with his voice.
I started to concentrate on the characters and not his voice. Once I did that the characters came to life.
Now on to the book(s). I absolutely fell in love with each character and couldn’t wait to find out where their journeys took them. I was so happy that one of the characters ( with extreme difficult circumstances the first time) learned how to forgive and move forward.
With much weaving Mr. Inmon brings this amazing tapestry to life. You won’t be sorry you went to Middle Falls.
ENJOY!!!

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  • Kurt Schwoppe
  • 18-11-20

Absolutely Best 2nd Book in a Series

Books 1 and 3 are good, but Book 2 is simply brilliant. It alone is worth listening to the entire series. For me, a 5-Star Book has to be entertaining, well written, and emotionally moving - anything less is not 5 stars. The Redemption of Michael Hollister is a 5-Star Book. Truth be told, I originally had no desire to read it; you will know why once you read the first book. But Shawn Inmon's character development and storyline make the whole thing soooo worth it.

So if Time Travel is your thing, this Omnibus is a must read. You will enjoy Books 1 and 3, but Book 2 will likely be your literary treat for the year!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 23-05-20

Addictive

this was the third book in the middle falls trilogy. It was just as good as the first and the second one and I had a hard time putting it down. I can't wait to read more of this author's books. the way he writes makes you become emotionally invested in the characters, like they're part of your family. I couldn't wait to hear what happened next and how their lives turned out. definitely worth the credit!

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  • Lisa H
  • 24-03-21

Original

I've been reading for 50 years. I read my first books at the age of 4. my mother fostered my love of reading. partly because she needed a Scrabble partner. This storyline is so different and original from anything I've read. and I really do enjoy fish-out-of-water stories you know transported to alien Landscapes that kind of thing so it's been interesting that this isn't the old Trope of the person just knows what to do they're addressed just like the rest of us and yet so much more interesting.

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  • Cynthia Draper
  • 15-06-22

I enjoyed very much

As long as you aren't offended by the idea of reincarnation, you'll be able to enjoy the story. The instances or mention of animal torture are minimal and serve as evidence of a developing serial killer. I enjoyed the humor of the characters. They narrators are easy to listen to. I enjoyed hearing the story from the perspectives of both Michael & Dominic. There's a really cool surprise near the end of the third book that connects almost all of the lose threads .... I will continue with the next book

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  • Greg Henry
  • 05-08-21

Finally! Someone who KNOWS how to write a page turner!

I am very picky. I don’t like books that drag on. I don’t like situations where a character does something so out of character that you know it’s the author trying to stretch us from A to B and can only do it by blowing the character.

I’m picky and I don’t like about half the books I read.

I loved this one.

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  • dweide
  • 27-06-21

Cool time travel sci fi series

No detailed animal torture. 2nd book explains how bad guy in book one became that way and shows how, in an alternative dimension. He takes charge to prevent most early childhood trauma and leads a great life.

It’s craftily written and I love how the characters are intertwined. I’m tearing through book 3 right now and loving it.

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  • L. Cook
  • 17-11-20

Great stories

I really like the first one besides a few issues and, I was a little hesitant on the 2nd but glad I hung in there it was just as great. I really like the 3rd book I think the best. Great narration and listened to them while I worked around the house or relaxing during lunch imagining the characters and story came to life like a movie in my head. Great Audiobooks have become better entertainment to me than watching a movie or tv.

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