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Blurb

New and updated material in Book 1.

Book 1

Looking for a different twist to the Apocalypse?

In eighth grade she knew one thing…

…science was awesome.

Would her future self change the world?

At 24, Paulette’s got a dream, but it’s going to take a lot of money. The best solution is to start her own bionics company and then she can fund her real vision.

When she confides in a friend, he’s not sure it will work.

But he believes in her.

Greg is working on his bachelor’s in engineering and he’s got dreams of his own, but there’s always the friend from high school on his mind. He loves how smart Paulette is and treasures their friendship, but could there be more?

How would he get her attention?

When Paulette had her breakthrough and the pod worked, she desperately wanted to go back in time and save her father, but she knew that messing with the past could be devastating to the world.

But time travel goes backward and forward.

Could she learn from the year 2280 and make a difference now?

The future isn’t what she imagined.


Book 2

Paulette is finally able to begin her next adventure.

She and a small group of her newfound friends begin their trek across an apocalyptic landscape to the Mythical City of Technology but find themselves running and fighting for their lives during their journey.

Will they survive?

If so, will she find the help she needs?

Meanwhile, back in the present, Greg and Susan find themselves in a frantic race to solve the problem and retrieve Paulette. Will they succeed in finding and rescuing her or will their efforts be in vain?

Book 3

Paulette is now a prisoner of the City of Technology. They want her program so that they can use their time pod to go back and change the past. Paulette doesn't want to give it to them and has to figure out a way to stop them.

With her and Thomas' life in danger, she embarks on a dangerous mission to prove that changing the past won't work.

She must devise a way to not only save the future, but also find a way back home to her friends.

Will she be able to stop the City from changing the past? Can she escape and make it back to her time?

Only time will tell.

You’ll adore this post-apocalyptic time travel book, because science, time, and love create a brilliant mix that will keep you turning the pages.

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"Barbara Gilbert takes us on a creative, thought-provoking journey through time and a not-so-far-off apocalyptic world."
                                        by: Tom Abrahams                                                                          Author of the "Traveler Series"

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What Readers Are Saying.

This was an enjoyable read. The only problem is, I can hardly wait for book 2 to come out, because I must discover what happened to Paulette.
Barbara did an amazing job of creating a character I could care about and I could see the story like a movie playing in my mind. The plot was well thought out and the cliff-hanger at the end made me want to project myself into the future so I could read the next book in this series. i can see this character having many amazing adventures as the author has laid the foundation for a great ongoing story.

by: The Web Woman

Future Apocalypse engages the reader with a fresh twist on the apocalypse story. A strong, smart female lead keeps the story alive as she struggles between being self sufficient and exploring new relationships. Great development of supporting characters. I'm ready for the next book!

by: DG

If you’re looking for a different, cleaner-type story that isn’t just “gun-porn”, then check this book out. It has a great female lead character who is out to prove she can do anything she sets her mind to. The story is different, walking you through the young girl’s venture at pioneering a robotics company and them inventing time travel. She eventually does, and it doesn’t turn out the way she expected.
I’m only giving 4-stars, because the dialogue seemed a bit stiff, and there were some small parts that probably could have stood some editing for not helping push the plot. Also, I save my 5-star reviews for when something truly blows my mind. That said, this story is different, but that doesn’t mean it is bad, and the characte
rs were likable. Lastly, I happen to like earthquake stories, and she sneaks that in there, too!

by: Austin Chambers

I enjoyed this combination sci-fi and post apocalyptic novel. I questioned a few details, but overall it's an enjoyable read.

by: Steve Rouse

Paulette builds a time pod and thanks to her best friend she ends up stuck in a destructive, apocalyptic future. This was so much different than the normal dystopian books I normally read. Loved every page I turned. Can't wait and looking forward to book 2!

By: ALN

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