Jamie and Time by Einstein
With a title like this, is Jamie going to meet Einstein in this book? With a title like this, I wouldn't rule out whether Einstein makes an appearance or not. However, since the Time by Einstein takes place about 1500 years ago, he'd have to be his own time traveler. You can't rule that out either. About Einstein, NASA says this: "More than 100 years ago, a famous scientist named Albert Einstein came up with an idea about how time works. He called it relativity. This theory says that time and space are linked together. Einstein also said our universe has a speed limit: nothing can travel faster than the speed of light (186,000 miles per second)." Read the full article or do your own Google search if your curious to know more.
But as I said, Time by Einstein takes place about 1500 years ago. This book will be available in May of this year, a point in time we cannot change. It's a fixed point in Time. And if you've watched any science fiction show or read any book, you're familiar with that conundrum. This book will be full of those and paradoxes. We'll explore those over the next few months. Any good sci fi story should have warning signs of Paradox ahead. They are what frightens Jamie most about time travel and the risk of breaking Time. Unfortunately the psychopath time traveler has no fear, and therein lies the problem.
Jamie Poole is no stranger to time travel. More than once she has traveled back in time. This time something is wrong. This trip was unplanned, and she awakens lost, injured, and without her memory. Worse still, nothing is quite what it seems. Before she traveled, she was in university. She is now a youth of twelve.
She has fallen back in time to meet an ancient ancestor, Eliyana. Neither is safe. While Jamie has met Eliyana previously, this is early in her life, and enemies plot to eliminate Eliyana before she can assume the supernatural sword, Lumen. Had Jamie retained her memory she could have risked damaging the fabric of Time and warned Eliyana, but she cannot warn of what she cannot recall.
Will Jamie regain her memory? Can she stop the attempted murder of her ancestor? It’s the Grandmother Paradox. If her ancestor does not bear a child, Jamie will not be born. She will never exist. Jamie has enemies of her own who desire her destruction. Would the “Monster of Time,” as she calls him, plan something this devious? And would he allow her to watch the destruction of her own family line?
That is exactly how this mysterious monster would act. He changes Time as if it were nothing but a game. In fact, he has called it just that. Having no consideration with breaking Time, he alters the fabric of Time, causing Jamie to exist in a continual and ever-shifting paradox.
Join Jamie as she falls through a wormhole and returns to the Isle of Osiris almost 1500 years in the past where she joins her ancestor who is in her own trouble. She is charged with killing her mother and bringing about Fimbulwinter—the Ragnarök. The Great Winter.
Osiris is where it all began, and the isle is not finished with Jamie. Osiris may never be finished. This is yet another phase in the Osirian Cycle where the beginning and the ending merge and repeat. Such is the existence of a time traveler. Nothing is so simple as a linear timeline.
While you wait for Time by Einstein, and its companion book The Wild Hunt, you can purchase any of the Jamie Poole Books directly from the author. Arrangements can be made by emailing: JamiePooleBooks@gmail.com.
Additionally Dartmouth Book Exchange is a preferred vendor who can assist you in getting the books any time of year.