By Tom Lichtenberg
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This is not your father's time travel. There's no machine, there is no dial. There's no telling where or when you'll go. The only thing that can change is you. It will make you what it needs to make you, to fit you in, to make it work. And when you come back, that is if you come back, it won't be the same you at all. You're messing with the nature of things, and the nature of things does not like to be messed with, as Garrett Ronson and his friends find out, the hard way.
||CleanEpisode 1||Garrett and Cammie find a seam in time and plunge in to rescue Zeke, who was left stranded.||2/4/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 2||Riley searches for the perfect burrito. Myron gets found and lost.||2/4/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 3||Cammie takes a hike. Riley can't remember anything.||2/4/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 4||St. Stephens' Day at the Lark and Goat. Jimmie cannot get lost.||2/4/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 5||Zachary Hare has an accident. Garrett follows the bird.||2/4/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 6||Myron and Lacey visit Golden and Ledge. Riley takes the next train to anywhere.||2/4/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
A Note from the Author
OrlyDogJones, who gave this podcast a one star rating, does that a lot. More than half of his ratings are one star. Seems to be a sort of rater-hater. Just thought I'd mention it. Besides, the fact that two characters are former Navy Seals is nothing to get upset about. There are lots of former Navy Seals! Anyway, if you give it a chance, you'll find it's not your formula time travel story, but more of a puzzle, a riddle about change and addiction - thanks.
Not Worth Listening to.
This writing reeks of artificiality from the first paragraph. Where I stopped listening was when the author decided to include a couple of Navy Seals in his time travel team. Were they on leave? TDY? Who can say. One can discern stale bread from the first bite. This narrative could be translated into arabic and used to torture suspected terrorist at GITMO.