• Return to Tomorrow

  • The Time Bubble, Book 11
  • By: Jason Ayres
  • Narrated by: Samuel James
  • Length: 7 hrs and 4 mins
  • 5.0 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

If you knew the future, would you change it?

Thomas Scott has lived his life twice before. At night, he dreams about his wife-to-be and resolves to preserve the timeline, so they can meet in the right place at the right time.

Ben Lewis was a middle-aged failure in 2020 before he was cast back into his 18-year-old body. Given a second chance, he intends to exploit it for his own selfish ends.

When the two meet in Oxford in 1988, they soon clash. The more Thomas tries to prevent Ben from disrupting the timeline, the more he delights in doing the opposite. A decade later, the scene is set for a final confrontation in the blazing heat of Ibiza at the height of the clubbing scene.

This story is the 11th part of an epic series exploring the time travel genre in original and innovative ways. The novels follow the main characters from youth to middle age as they jump forward, backward, and sideway into alternate worlds.

©2021 Jason Ayres (P)2022 Jason Ayres

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outstanding take on time travel

Absolutely enjoyed this perspective of time travel. no time machine in this. I hated the bad guy, But I would Soo do what he did to a degree if I had that opportunity. I learned a thing or two also which I deem a good day.

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  • Isabella
  • 03-02-22

Top Notch

This is a fast paced, witty, touching and at times darkly funny time travel adventure with a host of colourful characters all fully brought to life by narrator Samuel James.

Ben is a brilliantly awful city-boy type villain and Tom strikes just the right tone as the more moral voice of the story without being too squeaky clean or preachy.

I can’t say too much about the female characters as I’d give the game away, suffice to say they each have a helluva personal journey. I was particularly happy about how things turned out for sassy Charlotte.

Credit to Jason Ayres for bringing back a TON of memories from my childhood in the 80s!

Oh and it’s probably worth pointing out - if (like me) you haven’t read or heard any of the other books in this series, don’t panic! This one’s a stand alone.

All in all a splendid, contemporary yarn - expertly told - that you’ll wizz through before you know it.

Left me wanting more.

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  • Julie Edmonds
  • 02-13-22

Another Great Story

I would recommend reading the others in the series first or you wouldn't get the full impact. I have enjoyed all of the Time Bubble series. There is a constant storyline with a few offshoots and this is one of the offshoots but it also links back to one of the other books (My Tomorrow Your Yesterday). Each story could be read on it's own but there is a lot happening so I prefer to read them in sequence. The narrator on this one is brilliant and brings the characters to life. If you enjoy time travel I would definitely give these books a listen, you soon get drawn in.

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  • BH
  • 02-02-22

Loved it.

A cracking time travel romp, very enjoyable and easy to listen to.

The narrator is a brilliant performer, the characters were brought alive with fabulously entertaining voices.