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No Way Home by Christy Cooper-Burnett - Guest Blogger Book Review

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Christine Stewart is a regular woman just doing her job when she gets stranded in history. When she gets up for the day, her plan is simple: go to work, travel back in time to the year 1867 in Oklahoma to deport a cyber-criminal, then head back to her time in 2070 Los Angeles and get ready to go on vacation with her son, Michael.

Then the system goes down and she--and dozens of other transporters around the world--are stranded in the past with minimal training and no supplies.

Just when she thinks things can't get any more dangerous, she is cast further back in time and thousands of miles away.

As her goals shift from simply getting home to something much more dire to all of humanity, Christine must step outside of herself, work as part of a team, and ultimately make the choice between what it easy and what is right. Even if it costs her everything--including her one chance of ever getting home.

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Jennifer's Review
It’s a good book. I liked it very much. 
It’s about a group of transporters who are told to take their prisoners to specific places in specific times, like 1335 Medieval England, or Oklahoma in the 1860s. They are told to leave the prisoners to fend for themselves. 
After the small group transports, they get ready to go back home, but there is a problem with their transponders and they are stuck in the past. They eventually find the other transporters who went before them and get together, finding out about a plan that a powerful rich man has in mind. 
They get what he wants, then they transport home without their prisoners. 
What the man wants, he soon gets, but only after confessing what he planned to do with it. 
If you like reading about traveling back to the past, this is a good book to read. 
4 stars.

Author Bio
Christy Cooper-Burnett is an author based in California with a degree in Administration of Justice. After retiring from the new home construction industry she now divides her time between northern and southern California.

She has a grown son who inspired her to write her debut novel, No Way Home. Although she began her writing career later in life, once she started she couldn't stop.

Her work focuses on creating relatable stories and characters that transcend genres and encourage her readers to imagine what they would do if thrown into the unique, imaginative situations her protagonists end up in.

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