A Time for Everything by Brona Mills – Review

A Time for Everything
by Brona Mills
Romance, Time Travel
A Time for Everything
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When Michael turns twenty years old, he’s visited by a mysterious woman who changes his life forever.

Part fairy godmother, part guardian angel, Audrey is a time-traveller who has come to change Michael’s life for the better. Imagine if you knew the future, if you knew what would make people better and what would make your life into what you wanted.

Would you take it if you knew there were consequences to it?

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#DACreads: The Future of All Humanity is Waiting for Us

Homo Deus
By Yuval Noah Harari
Nonfiction, Science, History
Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow
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Did you realize that the future was now?

It sounds like a cheesy catchphrase, but it’s true. We’re at the point where the world has changed to the point of being unrecognizable. Or, as Yuval Noah Harari puts it in Homo Deus: “War is obsolete.”

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We Are the Ants by Shaun David Hutchinson – Review

So what if I were to tell you that we weren’t the center of the universe and what if I were to tell you that I held the future of the entire world in the palm of my hand? That’s right. The aliens chose me and I don’t know why, but they told me I could decide whether or not the world keeps on existing.

Easy choice, right?

Not… exactly.

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The Chimes by Anna Smaill – Review

Imagine a world where music is more than something you listen to, where music is the way that you find your way to places. Maps don’t exist and even if they did, would you remember how to read them without music to remind you how? Instead of moving quickly, you move presto. If time seems to slow, time goes lente. The world moves to the music in the most literal way that a society can manage.

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