Sunday, July 18, 2021

"Impossible Journey: A Tale of Times and Truth" by James M. Becher

   A time-travel tale with a twist and a target.   Perfect for Sci-fi fans. "Impossible Journeyis reminiscent of The Time Machine by H. G. Wells with a unique twist."-- Tami Brady.        

Future scientists plan to time-travel to Eden to prevent the fall and thus put an end to all evil and disease in the world. But they can only travel 200 years, more or less, at a time.
Having gained the needed financial support from wealthy financier, Mark Lewis, the scientists manage to build the first time machine in which three of them take off. on their imposing mission.
     They visit the different historical time periods depicted on the front cover, each of which points in some way to the true answer they are seeking. But they ignore the obvious and go on blindly with their mission.
     At one point, they are pulled forward unexpectedly to their future where robots serve and forced to fight in a senseless war. Will they escape? And will they ever come to learn the true answer to the problem of sin and evil in the world? Download your copy now to find out.

About James M. Becher

Reader's favorite award winner James M. Becher writes to help readers find true fulfilment through faith... Born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, he was an avid reader in his youth, especially interested in other time periods. In Jr. College, he won second prize in a contest with the Biblical short story, Beggarman-Thief.

A graduate of Clearwater Christian College, and Biblical School of Theology, James was ordained in 1974, and served as assistant or associate pastor or Bible teacher in several churches. He also served in a foreign student ministry, which is where
he met his wife, Berenice from Venezuela. It was there also that he began working on the Biblical novel Of Such Is The Kingdom, based on his prize winning short story, Beggarman-Thief and dealing with some unique seekers who might have lived in the time of Jesus.
In 1984, James and his wife spent a year and a half in Venezuela, where, while
teaching English, he also worked on his second novel, Impossible Journey, a time
travel novel, using different historical periods to point to truth. Upon
returning to the U.S., he completed his Biblical novel, Of Such Is The Kingdom.
It was published in 2003. He then completed Impossible Journey and it was
published in 2005. In 2010, he revised and expanded Of Such Is The Kingdom,
adding a Part III about the early Church.
James has also published, written articles for and edited the bi-weekly ezine,
"Inspirational Success Tips." His articles from the ezine now form the major
part of his self-help book, Principles of the Kingdom.
In November of 2012, he preached his unique "Christmas Victory" message, which resulted
in the writing of his latest novel, The Christmas Victory, A Gem of A Sermon,
All Wrapped Up in a Historical Novel. which was published in 2014. In 2018,
James updated all his books, re-doing the cover of Impossible Journey to reflect
the content, publishing 4 editions of Of Such Is The Kingdom, and adding a
special full-color Christmas Gift Edition pf The Christmas Victory. Then, in
2020, he re-published Of Such Is The Kingdom through WestBow Press, revising it
again, with fact-checking for historical accuracy. And in September of 2020, it
won finalist in the Reader's Favorite awards.

Visit James online at James M. Becher (author) on AuthorsDen and connect with
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"Impossible Journey: A Tale of Times and Truth" by James M. Becher is a fast and easy read. I think any Sci-fi lover would like this novel. It is a clean read, it does have the word hell used as a swear word twice and the characters drink alcoholic but I still recommend this book. I think this story would be a great family movie. I think if a family with older and more mature younger readers likes to reads together, this book would be a great choice. Then after reading, there could be a discussion of why Jesus came and why He needed to die and why He is the only answer to sin. I don't usually like Sci-fi but I have watched the television show "Quantum Leap" and I liked some of the episodes and this book reminded of that show. Of course, "Impossible Journey: A Tale of Times and Truth" by James M. Becher is based on the theme of stopping sin. If you want to see what different historical time periods the three time travelers visit, look at the cover of the book.
I recommend this book to all readers and even readers who don't sci-fi. Even through one of the categories listed is Sci-fi, in my opinion this book isn't sci-fi at, I think it is more fantasy.
I received a complimentary copy from the author and these opinions are my own.






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