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Time Weathers didn’t so much mind the car breakdown...just another hassle, albeit at an extremely inconvenient locale. But now reality itself is threatening to do the same, and she’s not quite as adaptable to that. Time was just minding her own business, ambling along on an old road under the blistering Nevada sun, hoping for the kind of road rescue help you aren’t typically going to find in the middle of the desert anyway, when the disconnected phone in the dusty booth outside the dilapidated gas station she was passing began to ring. Curiosity finally won out and she answered, expecting the whole thing to be a prank despite the remote location - after all, who ever went by the nowhere spot? The thing was, not only was someone at the other end of the line: It was someone famous...someone important...someone, above all else, who’d died in the 1950s. And now Time is running out - to save the world - and it’s all because she’s convinced that Albert Einstein is really trying to get her to stop a potentially disastrous experiment based on his work. 

First in a series of “calls from famous ghosts” by the mind behind the Piper Gods, Krakenstein and Bob the Interdimensional Trucker. Future installments will feature other hapless modern day folks answering more phone calls that shouldn’t even be happening - calls coming from other long gone names, both famous and infamous. That’s right: The messages won’t all be coming from noble scientists - just “ghosts” with the clout and drive to use the time-spanning, dimension-crossing “telephone line”. 

©2020, 2021 Kevin Candela (P)2021 Kevin Candela

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Ghost Phone 1

So,a pay phone not hooked to any grid rings and is finally answered by a pesserby.Who do YOU think is on the other end?A really clever story! It was nicely narrated by Daniel Dawes.I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.'

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Phone call from the Dead?

Tyme is Driving when her car breaks down, now she has to walk to find Assistance. She finally comes upon a Old gas station, but it looks to have been abandoned long ago. The strangest thing though is that there is a public phone booth and the phone is ringing. As she gets closer she sees that the phone is not even connected to anything. Phone still ringing her curiosity gets the better of her and she answers it. Need to read or listen to find out anymore.

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Unique premise!

Well done, both the author and narrator. From what I've read of this author, I can say it's a very Candela tale. Like I said above, a unique premise to start this one off. Recommended!

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Don't let the title and cover fool ya!

This was so good! The concept is smart and engaging, but what makes it even better is the execution. The author know how to write 2-dimensional characters and a fund yet intelligent storyline. There is a lot of rocket science, but it was easy to follow. the author show us and explained to us without much exposition in form of info dump, it was great.

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  • kim c s
  • 10-25-21

Good story

Good storyline
very imaginative, this book really made you think what's going to happen next?
Great narrator.