Thunder of Time

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Macmillan, Jan 2, 2008 - Fiction - 415 pages
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Ten years ago, the prehistoric past collided with the present as time itself underwent a tremendous disruption, transporting huge swaths of the Cretaceous Period into the world of the twentieth century. Entire neighborhoods and cities were replaced by dense primeval jungles and modern humanity suddenly found itself sharing the earth with fierce dinosaurs. In the end, desperate measures were taken to halt the disruptions and the crisis appeared to be over.

Until now.

Slowly at first, but with increasing frequency, time begins to unravel once more. What's worse, Nick Paulson, Director of the newly-formed Office of Security Science, discovers that the time displacements are being manipulated by unknown parties, utilizing a mysterious new technology. Indeed, the very integrity of the space-time continuum appears to be at risk.

To preserve both the future and the past, Nick and his allies must uncover the secrets hidden within in a lost temple at the center of a dino-infested jungle-and in an enigmatic structure on the surface of the moon. But they are not alone in their quest. A cult of ruthless fanatics is also intent on controlling the time waves, and they will stop at nothing to reshape history to their own design . . . .
 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
7
Section 3
56
Section 4
64
Section 5
86
Section 6
100
Section 7
106
Section 8
123
Section 15
246
Section 16
252
Section 17
266
Section 18
278
Section 19
292
Section 20
353
Section 21
367
Section 22
373

Section 9
129
Section 10
132
Section 11
149
Section 12
222
Section 13
235
Section 14
241
Section 23
385
Section 24
392
Section 25
408
Section 26
419
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James F. David has a Ph.D. from Ohio State University and is currently a professor of Psychology at George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon. He is the author of the thrillers Footprints of Thunder, Ship of the Damned and Before the Cradle Falls. He lives with his wife and three daughters in Tigard, Oregon.

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