“I am not usually drawn to science fiction, but Lost In Time by A.G. Riddle pulled me in by page 1 - the characters are compelling and the story is mind-bending. I found myself at times - which times?!! past, present, future? - re-reading passages to see how that could possibly happen only to remind my startled self that this is science fiction! But it seems so real. So plausible. So scientifically reasonable! I was thoroughly taken with the focused, rational brilliance of the characters as they tried against impossible odds to will their own survival in their extraordinary circumstances. The author skillfully guided me to lose myself in the past, present and future alongside these smart, capable and, at times, enigmatic traveling companions. An absorbing, compelling read with whip-smart characters - I highly recommend that you lose yourself in Lost In Time!
— Belinda• Quail Ridge Books
"Amazing! One of the twistiest time-tales I've ever read ..."—Diana Gabaldon "Crichtonesque thrillers don't come much better than this intricate outing which combines a fantastic premise … with a closed-circle whodunit. Readers won't be able to turn the pages fast enough."—Publishers Weekly, starred review PANGEA, 202,320,641 BC Quantum physicist Sam Anderson is trapped, 202 million years in the past. Sam has helped create a machine able to unpick the threads of spacetime, casting objects eternally into the past. It’s useful only as a permanent means of disposal—and in a world where criminals need to be punished, that’s exactly how it will be used. But Sam’s invention will become his undoing, the judicial penalty for a crime that he confessed to, but didn’t commit. It’s a death sentence. Now he’s on a raw and hostile planet, stalked by dinosaurs, in the midst of a mass extinction event, and unlikely to survive the night. But he can’t give up, because he has to save his family, who are 202 million years in the future … UNITED STATES, AD 2027 Adeline is an orphan—her mother died three years ago when she was sixteen, and her father is lost 202 million years ago, in the late Triassic. Adeline knows he sacrificed his life to save hers, but her determination to find the truth reveals more questions. What has unnerved her father’s ex-colleagues? What are they secretly digging for in the desert? Adeline will do whatever it takes to get to the truth, because somewhere, 202 million years in the past, her father is still alive …