Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Dimensions in Time
Have you ever wished that you could travel back in time to change the outcome of a certain event in the present? I am not talking about winning a big lottery jackpot or about changing an event for personal gain. Would you risk your life in order to save the lives of many others?
In my new short story Dimensions in Time, brothers Michael and Eddie are faced with a similar dilemma. A mysterious map leads the brothers on an adventure deep into the jungles of the South American Amazon. Upon reaching their mystical destination they soon realize that they have crossed over into another realm and have entered into a situation that was far worse than what they have bargained for. Finding their way home from this world of unicorns, fairies, and elves would be difficult enough but has Uncle Joe’s map put them on a path that will lead to a date with destiny or will their adventure end in failure and disaster?
I decided to take a break from sci-fi to write this short fantasy story. The two main charters in the story are brothers who love each other but have very different views on life and how to live it. During the course of their quest they develop a new respect for each other and their faith in God. I did not want this to be one long dark journey filled with death and destruction however there is the probability that millions will die, not on the same scale as in the novel Escape 2 Earth but the element of danger and death looms through this story of fantasy. As for the subtitle: Keeping the Faith is sort of a recurring theme through the story beginning with Eddie’s belief that his recently departed Uncle Joe was not the nut case that everyone had come to believe he was in his final days.
Brothers Mike and Eddie face the dual dilemma of saving lives while also trying to find their way back through the portal that leads back to their world and a new outlook on life. I hope that you will enjoy reading Dimensions in Time.
Dimensions In Time
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