Memoirs of a Time Traveler

Memoirs of a Time Traveler A wild ian tourist from the future drags a young archaeologist of today on a chase through time from ancient Atlantis to a nightmare future from to Golden Age Hollywood tracking down the man

  • Title: Memoirs of a Time Traveler
  • Author: Doug Molitor
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A wild, ian tourist from the future drags a young archaeologist of today on a chase through time, from ancient Atlantis to a nightmare future, from 1776 to Golden Age Hollywood, tracking down the man who s rewriting history Romantic comedy meets sci fi with sword swinging adventure You couldn t ask for a finer guide to the future or the past than Doug Molitor.A wild, ian tourist from the future drags a young archaeologist of today on a chase through time, from ancient Atlantis to a nightmare future, from 1776 to Golden Age Hollywood, tracking down the man who s rewriting history Romantic comedy meets sci fi with sword swinging adventure You couldn t ask for a finer guide to the future or the past than Doug Molitor Having so thoroughly enjoyed his Memoirs of a Time Traveler, the next book I read is, without a doubt going to be his Memoirs of a Time Traveler again Larry Gelbart A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, TV s M A S H, Tootsie For Pete s sake, do not wait for the inevitable Major Motion Picture See Doug Molitor s Memoirs of a Time Traveler NOW, as it was meant to be seen on that giant screen between your ears Randall William Cook Writer, Director, and Oscar winning Effects Artist The Lord of the Rings Other formats PAPERBACK createspace 3985918

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    1. This was a lot of fun. The author is a former movie and TV comedy writer - and Jeopardy! champ- so while this isn't hard sci-fi, it's fun sci-fi. A romp through history, including Thera, 1776, and Hollywood in the 1940s. Lively and funny.

    2. An entertaining, well-plotted action piece that would film well, not surprising considering the author's background in movies and TV. To its credit, the female character is the brawn (though she's also shallow and ignorant). You have to suspend some disbelief and just go along for the ride, but it's a time travel story, so you were already suspending some disbelief going in.The author gives a convincing impression of having done his research - not having done the same research, I can't say more [...]

    3. Fun rompI love everything time travel which I may have mentioned in other reviews. This was a lot of fun, a very funny sci-fi fantasy with all the history and paradoxes that make up a very interesting time travel romp. It doesn't exactly end with a cliffhanger but it certainly has a kind of to be continued feel. If Mr Molitor is not working on a sequel I'm going to ask. Please a sequel!! Thanks.

    4. It's a fast paced jaunt through the highlights and low lives of history, where a dauntless pair of time travelers have to fix the past to save the future. From ancient times to 1940's Hollywood and the birth of a nation, Molitor's voice rings strong in this time travel tale.

    5. Fun fluff. There's a lot of bad decision-making, wish-fulfillment, and expositionary dialog here, but it's entertaining and fast-paced. Don't expect a lot of complex character development or motivation examination.Also some borderline sexism masquerading as progressive gender roles. Male history nerd and sexy powerful woman travel to random era in history: dweeb wastes time making plan while babe charms local men with her outrageous figure. Rinse, repeat.

    6. I laughed a lot in this book and found it very entertaining and full of adventure. I like how the woman was the brawn and the archaeologist was the brains. My favorite part of the book is when they time traveled to the movie set/party in the 1920s (I think it was) and convinced actors to help them. It was a good match up and I can't wait to read the next book Confessions of a Time Traveler.

    7. Started off well but mid way through, it got a little repetitive. Forced myself to finish it. Good enough story, but I'm not sure I will look for the sequel.

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