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And The Walls Came Tumbling Down
 
And The Walls Came Tumbling Down Cover
Language: English
Published: 30th March, 2010
ISBN: 978-1450509039 / 1450509037
Category: Fiction
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Information: Jack Davies led an unremarkable life, serving fast food in a nondescript seaside town by day and playing computer games by night. Unremarkable that is, until Professor Jericho ordered a sausage and a cup of tea. After discovering he has the ability to... [Detailed Info]
 
About the Author:
I am an author, publisher and a social scientist. My academic specialism is gender and sexual politics and identity, so you can expect this to crop up now and then in my writing too! Not in an "in your face" kind of way - subtlety wins hearts and minds. I write character-based/driven fiction - mostly general/contemporary, some (M/M & F/M) romance and a bit of sci-fi fantasy (light). Basically, I write about life. I've written a few stand alone novels and short stories, but my main work is... Read More
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Jack Davies led an unremarkable life, serving fast food in a nondescript seaside town by day and playing computer games by night. Unremarkable that is, until Professor Jericho ordered a sausage and a cup of tea.

After discovering he has the ability to move through time and space, Jack embarks on a journey to repair a tear in the fabric of reality, with only his high school stalker, a television news crew and a crossword puzzle for help.

With every moment of indecision, the problem gets more complex.

And Jack never could make up his mind.