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TitleOutrageous Fortunes
AuthorSteven W. White
ISBN-
ImprintSteven W. White Ltd
Rating
Sales rank4.5
LanguageEnglish
FormatKindle Edition
Pages374

Description

Shy amateur historian Randy Sullivan, age 23 and unhappy with his life, is approached by his double from a parallel Los Angeles, a bombastic physicist and inventor who calls himself Sully Using a form of sideways time travel, they step out of this reality and visit versions of Earth stranger than Randy has ever imagined and those so eerily close as to be just out of reach.But all is not well back home Randy s out of control adolescent brother and sister are left in the care of his cool headed and gorgeous neighbor Penelope the love of Randy s life They are stranded by encroaching California wildfires The flames are drawing near and time is running out.And Sully, genius and connoisseur of a thousand worlds, has a secret plan of his own and it does not involve Randy Sullivan ever getting home alive.

Reviews

Kevin Lake

Outrageous Fortunes By Steven W. White

If you are adventerous this book is for you It has it all Alternate dimensions, alternate history, action, suspense, romance, fantasy, drama Steve White did a miraculous job of getting so much in this story without making it seem too busy to keep up with or understand The author obviously has a grea... (Sign in to see more)


Stig

Outrageous Fortunes By Steven W. White

I m a sucker for alternate worlds stories, and I wasn t disappointed by this one A good fast read, some interesting alternate worlds some of which I should have liked to have known about and intelligent reflections on the nature of the multiverse.


Ashlee D.

Outrageous Fortunes By Steven W. White

A fast paced book, I also enjoyed this one I wished Randy could have traveled to at least one or two places, but I suppose wanting is a sign of a good read.


Hippy Chap

Outrageous Fortunes By Steven W. White

ImaginativeI m not very good at reviews, suffice to say this novel kept me up very late in order to finish it I hope there s a follow on


Matt Mitrovich

Outrageous Fortunes By Steven W. White

As an alternate historian, have you ever wanted to travel to an alternate timeline Step through a wormhole and arrive in a place where history is different, yet familiar, from your own reality What about having a conversation with your alternate self What would you talk about In Outrageous Fortunes ... (Sign in to see more)


Russell Fletcher

Outrageous Fortunes By Steven W. White

This is the only book that I have READ TWICE IN A ROW It is my favorite time travel novel I do not know why the cover says it is an alternate history book because it is not Technically it is not time travel, but going to parallel dimensions.Randy is the main character His double from a parallel dime... (Sign in to see more)


Joseph Barnes

Outrageous Fortunes By Steven W. White

Shy amateur historian Randy Sullivan, age 23 and unhappy with his life, is approached by his double from a parallel Los Angeles, a bombastic physicist and inventor who calls himself Sully Together they step out of this reality and visit versions of Earth stranger than Randy has ever imagined and tho... (Sign in to see more)


Ebony

Outrageous Fortunes By Steven W. White

This was my first alternate history book and I thought it was really good I did not really know what to expect but the novel format of the book was nice I thought most of the characters were interesting I thought some of the alternate universes were interesting and I sympathized with the main charac... (Sign in to see more)


Siobhan Beeman

Outrageous Fortunes By Steven W. White

Interesting premise, good dialogue and a decent if contrived plot The ending left some questions annoyingly unanswered, and I got very frustrated at how stupid, wicked and or irresponsible every character but Penelope was I liked but did not love this book but I love supporting independent Kindle re... (Sign in to see more)


Christopher Seitz

Outrageous Fortunes By Steven W. White

All in all it isn t a bad book However, the plot did become a bit stretched and predictable at points It isn t a book that will keep you turning the pages at breakneck pace, but it s good for a lazy weekend read to relax.


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