In the early twentieth century, Thomas Andrews is building the most beautiful ship in the world. On her maiden voyage, she hits an iceberg and sinks to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.
When a time travel accident sends two people from the twenty-first century back to 1906, Tom is given an opportunity unlike any other: build his ship so she can survive, and save 1500 lives.
Including his own.
Semifinalist in the 2009 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Contest
Praise for The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder“This well-executed, ambitious time travel yarn is also an engaging alternate history to the Titanic disaster.” -Publishers Weekly “This was just fun. It’s just precisely the sort of gateway drug that got me hooked on scifi as a kid.” -Geoffrey Thorne “In a few short strokes, this story makes you inhale the reality it creates.” -Daniel Hawkes Read the blurb. Read the first chapter.
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