Sea of Time

In Sea of Time, a woman is given a chance to reverse her husband’s murder; all she needs to do is change reality. She travels to the future to “restore history to its proper course” and ends up wreaking havoc. As she attempts to undo the damage, her circumstances become increasingly bizarre until reality is conditional and liable to change at any instant.

This is a tale of a journey that begins in the nineteenth century, proceeds to the distant future, and concludes in the prehistoric past. It is rife with the paradoxes arising from time travel. As the heroine journeys through the ages, she encounters a plot for planet-wide genocide, a monsoon in the era of the dinosaurs, a drug company that makes viruses to fuel its profits, and a society where the elites have become a separate species.

This book continues the stories of the two main characters in Cretaceous Sea.