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Out of Time By Alton Gansky,

  • Title: Out of Time
  • Author: Alton Gansky
  • ISBN: 0025986249595
  • Page: 343
  • Format: Paperback
  • The fog released of the ship As he watched the bow slowly emerge, Stanton saw something that made his gut twist This can t be Stanton stared at the gray white battleship It s a Dreadnought But that kind of ship ceased sailing three quarters of a century ago.It starts as a trip to help five troubled teens, courtesy of a new Navy youth program With retired submThe fog released of the ship As he watched the bow slowly emerge, Stanton saw something that made his gut twist This can t be Stanton stared at the gray white battleship It s a Dreadnought But that kind of ship ceased sailing three quarters of a century ago.It starts as a trip to help five troubled teens, courtesy of a new Navy youth program With retired submarine commander J.D Stanton serving as captain and two young naval officers heading the expedition, the state of the art catamaran leaves port It s a routine voyage until a mysterious storm pulls Stanton and his crew into an eerie world of swirling mist and silence There is no sun, no moon or stars, no way to take a bearing Electrical appliances fail The diesel engine is sullen and unresponsive And then, out of the mist, a ship slowly appears H.M.S Archer, a pre WW1 Dreadnought.A ship missing since 1913.The antique vessel holds disturbing surprises a ghostly crew evidence of a mass murder and a thousand questions Now J.D Stanton and his untried team must discover the answers before this ship out of time leads them to their destruction.
    Out of Time The fog released of the ship As he watched the bow slowly emerge Stanton saw something that made his gut twist This can t be Stanton stared at the gray white battleship It s a Dreadnought But that ki

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    1. There were so many times when I almost stopped reading the book Like, stop as in stop and return it to the library and never read it again I don t know why I kept going though All I know is that this is the most amazing mystery sci fi book I ve ever read Even if this is my first mystery book, I know it s one of the bests Plus, it s got a lot of principles Five stars aren t enough AH MAZING.

    2. Fun summer read, interesting concept but not consistent in its explanation Maybe 3.5 stars is accurate since it kept me reading to see conclusion

    3. This was a good read, to say the least First of all, it was much, much better than I was expecting it to be It is the story of a retired Navy officer who, along with two younger Navy officers, takes five troubled teens out on a catamaran for a week of sailing All seems to be going well until an inexplicable storm comes up and drives the catamaran back in time.The next thing everyone knows, they re facing a WWI Dreadnought, a huge battleship that is perfectly new but does not seem to have a crew [...]

    4. Like the first book, I don t have the second and you don t need it I don t think , Out of Time had an interesting concept in the water Unlike the first, there were some things I didn t understand and kept wating for the author to explain, but he never did view spoiler The whole deal is that the guy named John who you thought was the bad guy was sent back in time to stop a kindred spirit from sinking the ship and killing 700 people The difficulty for John and co is that they can t move anything N [...]

    5. Out of Time was a reasonably fast paced, imaginative story There were a couple instances of improbable scenarios and the author was a bit off regarding his character description of some of the teenagers, but still found Mr Gansky s tale pivoting around historical what if substance to be relatively absorbing This was a good read, and I found it to be strong enough to prompt me to want to read another if given the opportunity.

    6. Scooby dooby doo Seriously, this book was very cartoon ish Scooby Doo to be specific Not in a bad way though Felt like the kind of book written very specifically for a certain age group Doesn t appeal across the board Wish I d read it about eight or nine years agobut it hadn t been written yet

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