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Time Lottery (NULL)
Time Lottery - NULL
Author: Nancy Moser
Time Lottery is now available in an inexpensive mass market paperback edition! This Christy Award-winning story follows the experiences of three people who win an opportunity to travel back into their own alternate reality-their Alternity-where they can relive one pivotal moment in their history. What would they change? Will they stay in the...  more »
ISBN-13: 9781593106690
ISBN-10: 1593106696
Publication Date: 1/1/2005
Pages: 384
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.

4.1 stars, based on 26 ratings
Publisher: Barbour Publishing
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
Members Wishing: 0
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My husband and I both read this one! We both really enjoyed it.
It is very hard to put down once you start so don't start it too late at night unless you don't need any sleep.
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I really enjoyed this one. It has an intruiging plot!
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A Christy-award winning novel!

Three winners of the new Time Lottery are granted a chance to go back in time and relive one decisive moment. In one hour of clarity, they are given the ultimate choice: to change their personal history and stay in the past, reliving their lives from that point, or to return to the future a richer person from the experience.

And the Time Lottery's marketing whiz Alexander MacMillian has his own what-if question to answer. It involves a murder and a little boy.

A great read. Well worth the time!
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reviewed Time Lottery (NULL) on + 7 more book reviews
Interesting time travel. A new time travel opportunity is available to lottery participants. The winners can travel to a specific time in their past to redo mistakes or make amends. Then either return to present or live their life from the 'travel point'.
Thought provoking as to where I would go and what would I change. Was a quick and fun read and I went to bed wondering. We could all use a second chance at something.
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An interesting premise...what would you change if you could go back in your past. The book is definitely written from a Christian perspective, but not overbearing or preachy. Enjoyable and thought provoking.


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