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Rarely such a clever new concept reveals itself in the overplayed genre of time travel, but sci-fi author John L. Dunegan puts a new spin on current physics. He then interlaces the past fifty years of time into a blend of actions and consequences in his new novel, My Half of Tomorrow.
“As you may have read recently, there have been some scientific studies involving magnetic force fields and the effects such fields have on human thought,” said John L. Dunegan during a recent interview. “So, my imagination tracked down the path that magnetic anomaly may be the mechanism to telepathy,” he continued. “If you consider the electromagnetic spectrum and vastness of it from one end to the other, and the extreme narrow band of that spectrum that we as humans exist in; it is like space, there just has to be more to it than what we understand and the possibilities are endless.”
You don’t need a Ph.D. to understand the action and circumstances of the characters in his book, as the appeal of the story is ideal for readers from young adults to mature sci-fi enthusiasts. The pseudo-scientific credibility of the fantasy aspects are truly a sci-fi enthusiast’s dream come true, totally in tune with those who appreciate dwelling on the thoughts and situations which may prove to be unintended consequences when dealing with the unknowns of time travel.
My Half of Tomorrow is available at Amazon, diesel eBook store, Barnes & Nobel, iUniverse and other online book retailers. The video trailer can be viewed at: http://www.pacificbookreview.com/
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: John Dunegan was one of six children and from an early age had his interest in science, space and in particular into the possibilities of time travel. John’s father encouraged all of his children to use their minds and consider the possibilities and not dwell on the impossibilities. John spent much of his career in computer science specializing in scientific and medical applications. He currently lives in Dallas, Texas, is married with two grown daughters, two stepsons and six grandchildren. He is currently working on the sequel to My Half of Tomorrow.
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