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Sintesi dell'editore

Newly discovered wormhole portals prove time travel is real.

Sam believes she will soon have to adjust from the slow-paced farm life of East Arkansas to follow her track scholarship to the University of Arkansas. Her life now is laid-back and predictable, just the way she wants it. However, that will soon change as she goes for a morning run down a familiar rural road and stops for a brief rest at an old, abandoned farm. There at that lonely, isolated place, so peaceful, so familiar, Sam has an experience that will change the course of her life. What will she do and where will she turn as she discovers she is not who or what she thought and this world is not the only one? Are they even her choices to make when a strange, dimension portal proves time travel and other worlds are real?

Return from the Portal is the sequel to the time-travel novel Portal to the Forgotten. In that story Luke, a reclusive Arkansas Constable, while searching for a missing girl, discovers a time-travel portal in the Ozark Mountains that opens to another dimension. He and a reporter are pulled into that world and find it is almost impossible to get back.

The two stories would be better enjoyed by first enjoying Portal to the Forgotten.

©2018 John Gschwend (P)2018 John Gschwend

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    1 out of 5 stars
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    5 out of 5 stars
  • S. Burns
  • 19 04 2018

Worst narration ever

Would you be willing to try another one of Catherine Lewis’s performances?

Absolutely not

Any additional comments?

Besides the horrible attempt at voices she needs to learn proper pronunciation.
The choice to change narrators between 1st & 2nd book was a huge mistake!