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Missing Time VOLUME Eight students A lonely bridge on a dark night When their school bus careens off the bridge and crashes into the river they are lucky just to survive But soon they discover they possess

  • Title: Missing Time
  • Author: J. David Clarke
  • ISBN: 9781482372632
  • Page: 194
  • Format: Paperback
  • 313 VOLUME 1 Eight students A lonely bridge on a dark night When their school bus careens off the bridge and crashes into the river, they are lucky just to survive But soon, they discover they possess strange powers, like the power to read minds, to fly, or to resurrect the dead And that s just the beginning None of them knows exactly what happened, and each rememb 313 VOLUME 1 Eight students A lonely bridge on a dark night When their school bus careens off the bridge and crashes into the river, they are lucky just to survive But soon, they discover they possess strange powers, like the power to read minds, to fly, or to resurrect the dead And that s just the beginning None of them knows exactly what happened, and each remembers something different Now, they are being hunted down one by one, and to survive they must piece together their memories and solve the mystery of the missing time.

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    1. I think there should be a warning: be ready for a wild ride. What I thought would be another Heroes turned out to be totally insane. And I say that in a good way. From the description and the genre listed, I thought I was in for a superhero story, and I was quite ready for it. What I got instead was…well, I have no word for it. The story revolves around a school bus accident and how the kids inside ended up with superpowers. You get a little of what happened with each character: enough to unde [...]

    2. Per FTC regulations, this review is for the novel Missing Time: “313” Volume 1 of 3 by J. David Clarke received in a First Read Giveaway.When I first openedMissing Time and started flipping through the pages I felt my heart drop. I saw that each chapter was broken up into mini chapters of one line to a couple pages, al James Patterson. I really do not like reading books written in this style because I do not like my information spoon fed to me in tiny nibbles paragraph after paragraph. Thes [...]

    3. “You were on the bus with me.” It is amazing how this first statement gets to you. Certainly not when reading it at the beginning of the prologue. The importance and/or meaning becomes crystal clear as the story proceeds. “You were on the bus with me.” has “Call me Ishmael.” quality.After the prologue, you meet the students chapter-wise. Right after the first paragraphs I realised that I was already trying to get a grip on what happened to them. Just a few pages into the story you re [...]

    4. I thought this was a great book. It was very different. I normally do not care for syfy types of books but this one kept my attention and kept me wanting more. It is about a bunch of kids who got into a bus accident. They all come to with different powers. There is a goverment agency that sees them as a threat and wants to kidnap them and kill them. There is a twist at the end and I am not the type to put spoilers in it. This book was well written and I can't wait to read the second one. It almo [...]

    5. This second piece of work I've read by J. David Clarke definitely does not disappoint. His style and imagination shine through in Missing Time with an excellent science fiction story. After surviving a bus crash a group of kids develop strange powers unique to each individual. Struggling to figure out what's going on they realize they're being hunted and band together to find a solution. Every chapter is focused on a specific character and unfolds the story from each of their points of view. Cla [...]

    6. 4.5 starsJ. David Clarke’s Missing Time (313) runs your brain through a meat grinder, pounds it with a tenderizer and then, when you think you’re finally fashioned into a meat patty ready to be served up for the ending, he tosses you against the wall. Don’t expect to escape with a neatly tied up ending, Missing Time is the appetizer for the next course in the series and Clarke leaves you dripping down the wall hoping to be scooped up by the pages of the next book. Yes, I prefer books to co [...]

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