This is a selection of books that I’ve returned to time and again to glean something from. If they’re unified by any kind of theme it’s probably my admiration for them, and their capacity to teach me something each time I open them.
Fiction and Excerpts 
Series: Five Books About…
Jack Joyce spent six years trying to escape—escape his life, escape time, escape the madness of his brother, Will. But when he finally returns home, it turns out his brother isn’t quite so mad. Will has created a time machine, one with the potential to save humanity. War? Preventable. Natural disasters? Stoppable.
Except for one tiny problem… his machine will also cause the end of the time as we know it. Now Jack has just one chance to turn back time, to fix what was broken, to save the world.
Cam Rogers’ Quantum Break: Zero State—available April 5th from Tor Books—is the official tie-in to Quantum Break, the brand new blockbuster video game from Remedy Entertainment about a time travel experiment gone wrong.
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