The improbable journey to save JFK

The improbable journey to save JFK Jack Randolph a second generation Secret Service agent his father was on JFK s detail crosses a time portal by an unfathomable twist of fate and travels back to the year only a few days befor

  • Title: The improbable journey to save JFK
  • Author: Armando Pazos
  • ISBN: B00F4JFT9O
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jack Randolph, a second generation Secret Service agent his father was on JFK s detail , crosses a time portal by an unfathomable twist of fate and travels back to the year 1963, only a few days before President Kennedy s assassination There, Jack faces his new destiny and the question that many of us have asked Is it possible for a human being who travels back in timeJack Randolph, a second generation Secret Service agent his father was on JFK s detail , crosses a time portal by an unfathomable twist of fate and travels back to the year 1963, only a few days before President Kennedy s assassination There, Jack faces his new destiny and the question that many of us have asked Is it possible for a human being who travels back in time to change events in history A mini thriller for readers on the run.

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    1 thought on “The improbable journey to save JFK”

    1. This sci-fi/fantasy novel by Armando Pazos was awfully enjoyable. The passion the author has for history could definitely be felt in the book. It is very well written and easy to follow even-though it includes time travel. The author did a great job of providing a background on the main character, Jack Randolph and why the date of Kennedy's assassination was extremely important to him. I could hardly put the book down as the story unfolded and the plot thickened. Pazos' portrayal of the 1963 tim [...]

    2. A nice story. Not brilliantly written, and possibly self-published as there are a few language errors (I think English is not the author's first language or it has been poorly translated) but bearing that in mind, he did a decent job. It was a little bit GCSE, but it would get an A*.

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