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Traveller - Inceptio by Rob Shackleford - Guest Blogger Book Review

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If you were sent 1000 years into the past, would you survive?

Traveller - Inceptio describes how the Transporter is accidentally invented and becomes public knowledge when it sends a subject 1000 years into the past.

A Special Forces team of Travellers is then selected and trained with the intent to send them to Saxon England to explore what could be a very dangerous period of history.

From the beaches of Australia to the forests of Saxon England, Traveller - Inceptio reveals how Travellers discover they need a lot more than technology to survive the trials of early Eleventh Century life.

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Jennifer's Review
This is my review of Traveller.
I thought it was an ok book. Not exactly good, but not too bad. It’s about a group of scientists in college who work on a project for a company named Helguard to help them with improving security for the airport. They invent a “time machine” that allows people to travel to a private beach about 100 years ago in Australia. The military gets involved and sends 2 of their soldiers through the machine, and they end up with monks, villagers, and they all fight Danes or Vikings to survive.
Most of those who are with the group don’t know how to fight, so Michael has to teach them.
Do they survive? Does the battle get won, and if so, by who?
This is only the 1st book in a series, so if you like what you read, get the others when they are available.

Author Bio 
An English-born Australian, Rob Shackleford has lived in New Zealand and Papua New Guinea, with a varied career that has included Customs Officer, Scuba Instructor, College Teacher and management roles in too many places.

With degrees in the Arts and Business, he is mad keen on travel, Scuba diving, Family History, martial arts, astronomy, and playing Djembe and Congas.

Rob is father of two and lives on the Gold Coast.

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