This is the standalone sequel to Another Space in Time. The new reader isn’t disadvantaged by having missed the earlier story. Rodwell is seen as very much a local hero as he continues his new life on Axa-Goranas. He has now more or less come to terms with the ridiculously unbelievable idea that one can be re-born, and even into another dimension. Life is becoming almost routine as Rodwell looks forward to the birth of his new child. Married to a young, beautiful wife, having a tolerable job, and living in an idyllic environment, life seems different, even approaching perfect—that is, until the police start looking to take advantage of his resemblance to his twin brother in order to penetrate a terrorist organisation. What were once mere character flaws start to have an increasing influence on Rodwell’s activities as he struggles to deal with the impossible demands of the police, and the potent dangers of mixing with terrorists.
Suddenly all those who Rodwell knows and loves are in danger, including his new baby daughter. Will the growing harshness in his nature help him to survive, or is the job too big even for Rodwell this time?
Arthur Fieldman, Carlton Heath, Nethertown, Lincolnshire
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