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Book by Austin, Kay

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2.0 out of 5 stars 2.5 stars Jan. 31 2005
By AK - Published on Amazon.com
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When a ghost of ancient Pompei is given the chance, he takes it to inhabit the body of a time travelling scientist, complicating an already taut situation. Rick has re-entered Mackenzie Cates' life and their passion has been reborn, but since neither is into menage a' trois, they need to get rid of the two thousand year old ghost living inside him, reunite said ghost and his doomed love in the far flung past, and save the world.

With more of a backstory explaining the how this time travel scenario functions, the main plot probably would have worked better. Being thrown into the middle of what felt like an established scenario felt a bit off, detracting from an otherwise intriguingly complex situation.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Nothing Special Jan. 9 2006
By Becky B. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I'm a big fan of anything having to do with time travel -- have just always been facinated by it -- and I typically enjoy how it can be incorporated into stories. However, this book left a lot to be desired. The writing was choppy, the dialogue was often cheesy, and although the concept was interesting (having to travel back to ancient Pompeii to correct a wrong to save the future) it just never got all that interesting.

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