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Time and Tied by Gregory Taylor

Teenagers, time travel, and destiny. 

Carrie thought she was a normal Canadian teenager. Then came the time machine, and she discovered that her life – past, present and future – would never be the same again. Can she handle being tied to a destiny? Which of her friends can she trust, given how some of them have their own agendas? Most importantly, how can she fight the future, when the future is herself?

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Listed: May 13, 2015

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Nice Time Travel Serial

By ChrysKelly, author of Matilda Raleigh

Aug 12, 2016: I’ve read the first Book (parts 1 to 24) and I really enjoyed it. I especially liked that it can be read in several ways – you can read it straight through in book style, or you can use the anchor links to read it in a more chronological style as the main character travels through time and meets multiple incarnations of her past and future selfs.

I’d say it’s a solid read. It seems a little simplistic in the characterization [more . . .]

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Interesting Time Travel, Weak Characters

By Billy Higgins Peery, author of A Bad Idea

May 20, 2015: Time travel stories are hard to get right. Often, they can get a bit overly technical. At other times, they can just devolve into a bundle of paradoxes.

Time and Tied has neither of these problems. All in all, the time travel device is pretty interesting—completely unlike anything else I’ve seen or read. I won’t give away the details, because you can read all that in the story. But if you’re looking for offbeat time travel, this series might be for [more . . .]

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It’s timey. It’s wimey. In the end, isn’t that what matters?

By MaddiroseX, author of Twisted Cogs

Mar 19, 2016:  . . . it’s really hard to write a good time-travel serial, but the author has made an admirable attempt.

As a reader, up until this point I’d known the author Mathtans primarily for his quirky-but-a-touch-inaccessible serial in which the characters were personified mathematical functions. Whether intentionally or subconsciously, it’s clear that the author learned quite a lot from that endeavor, because almost none of the problems that turned me off of "Taylor’s Polynomials" show up in Time and Tied.

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