PRLog - Apr. 11, 2014 - CLOVIS, Calif. -- Omega Station is Off-Line is the first book in the Mirrors in Time Adventures. It is an exciting sci-fi mystery-detective adventure for children and teens (adults will enjoy it too!) that is wholesome and fun. It is filled with action, adventure, humor and family.
Omega Station is Off-Line
From the back cover:
Greed compels John Jacobs, head of Temporal Security, to break all of the time travel rules and go back in time and change the future to make himself rich.
But the future is drastically altered and 16 year-old Annie is left orphaned in the year 1001. Now she must enlist the help of the Kensingtons, three new friends that hold a critical answer to the mystery, and Agatha, the intelligent quantum computer.
They must travel to the new and dangerous future, avoid capture by the police and Jacobs' ruffians, solve the mystery of Jacobs' changes, restore the future, and get her beloved father back.
And be careful... you might actually learn something from the real history that is richly woven throughout the series.
Praise for Omega Station is Off-Line, the first book in the Mirrors in Time Adventures:
I had a hard time putting the book down... Can't wait for the next one!
Praise for The Parallax Protocol, book two in the series and coming to paperback soon:
I enjoyed every minute of it.
The ending... makes me really want to read the next book...
The first five chapters of Omega Station are free to preview by contacting the author at his website: https://sites.google.com/
The complete e-book and paperback are available at Amazon, at distribution outlets worldwide, and the author's website.
About the Author
With degrees in geography and computers, a career as a software engineer, and a love of sailing and the outdoors, J. C. Cook has a background full of experiences that are ready made for exciting novels.
Cook is widely traveled throughout North America and Europe and has personally visited many of the locations that appear in his books. Cook lives in central California.
Media: To request a complimentary review copy please contact the author.