Time Crime


Read by Mark Nelson

(4.3 stars; 151 reviews)

The Paratime Police had a real headache this time! Tracing one man in a population of millions is easy--compared to finding one gang hiding out on one of billions of probability lines! (Summary by Gutenberg text) (4 hr 12 min)

Chapters

Part 01 24:33 Read by Mark Nelson
Part 02 32:34 Read by Mark Nelson
Part 03 27:46 Read by Mark Nelson
Part 04 14:31 Read by Mark Nelson
Part 05 19:31 Read by Mark Nelson
Part 06 21:35 Read by Mark Nelson
Part 07 23:49 Read by Mark Nelson
Part 08 15:19 Read by Mark Nelson
Part 09 22:01 Read by Mark Nelson
Part 10 26:43 Read by Mark Nelson
Part 11 23:48 Read by Mark Nelson

Reviews

Good listen if you can't sleep

(1 stars)

Not because of the narrator. Mark Nelson did a great job as usual. But the story itself did not hold my interest. I fell asleep twice listening to this and during the third listen I deleted it before I could. I didn't (couldn't) get past the fourth part though. Maybe the story picks up more from there...

Great read/listen

(5 stars)

This was not my first pick of genre to read, but I am pleasantly surprised as to how much I liked the book. As for Mark Nelson, I could listen to him read all day. But my I suggest listening to "Police Operation" first. There are a few thing that you will find pleasantly transfer over to this story.

More like Dimension Crime.

(2.5 stars)

The whole time I spent listening, I felt like I was hearing the mechanics of the tv series Sliders. Did not feel/see/hear anything of a temporal nature - other than strange dating/hour ascriptions. To characterize time manipulation should also encompass trip time compression.

Excellent Read

(5 stars)

I love the Paratime Police stories, and this is one of the more engaging and interesting ones. Can get confusing with the names sometimes, but the plot isn't hard to follow and always keeps you on your. Excellent narration too.

abrupt ending

(4 stars)

I thought the climax of the story was going to be the final raid but the story abruptly leaves our hero in a tight spot and never really explains what happened. five stars for Mark Nelson though!

Great work that predicts many tools in common use today.

(5 stars)

Time Crime

(4 stars)

Good story,GREAT narration......Mr.Nelson is one of my favorites.

good short book

(5 stars)

not much mor to say... well read