Gateway: Pioche

June 2016 Stanford, Ca GRADUATION for Muki, Abdul, Larry and Judith Six years of cramming for finals and pursuing double masters degrees has finally paid off It s time for them enjoy the fruits of their labor A trip to Las Vegas and the blackjack tables before entering the word of commerce and research Their good fortune at the tables doesn t go unnoticed by the localJune 2016 Stanford, Ca GRADUATION for Muki, Abdul, Larry and Judith Six years of cramming for finals and pursuing double masters degrees has finally paid off It s time for them enjoy the fruits of their labor A trip to Las Vegas and the blackjack tables before entering the word of commerce and research Their good fortune at the tables doesn t go unnoticed by the local mob boss, Nathan Rizzo, who decides, What money comes to Vegas, stays in Vegas Instead of enjoying their winnings, the graduates find themselves in a hair raising, life threatening pursuit through the sleepy town of Pioche, Nevada They find themselves northeast of the town at an abandoned military complex Not wanting to tempt fate, they decide to stay put for a day and explore the complex.What and who they find could unravel truths surrounding the most debated conspiracies of the past who shot John Fitzgerald Kennedy, what happened to Judas Iscariot and did America really land on the moon in 1969 And of consequence, would Judith get a chance to cleanse the ties her family has to the Third Reich Great grandfather must die Prepare for the most riveting tale of time travel
Gateway Pioche June Stanford Ca GRADUATION for Muki Abdul Larry and Judith Six years of cramming for finals and pursuing double masters degrees has finally paid off It s time for them enjoy the fruits of the

  • Title: Gateway: Pioche
  • Author: JeffDawson
  • ISBN: B00B6GAS4A
  • Page: 263
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    About the Author

    JeffDawson

    I spent twenty five years in the wonderful world of road construction Back surgery in 2010 put the skids on that career My body couldn t handle the rigors of twelve to sixteen hour days, six to seven days a week As I convalesced, licking my wounds, I wondered what to do next Not being out in the sun getting baked, or dodging traffic, was going to be a hard act to follow Seriously, what else did I know An article in the Dallas Morning News caught my eye It was about being a professional speaker Hmm That sounds interesting Becoming mobile again, I took a seat in front of the blank monitor, pondering what to write Let s start with something we know my life The first work was titled God s Plan A Glimpse Into One s Life I re titled it six months later to Why Did Everything Happen I looked back at the last twenty five years and how the death of my partner, father and true love affected my life I was amazed at the revelations Since then, I ve moved on to write in several different genres Some say I should change my name when diverting from the path Well, right or wrong, I m sticking with my name The current works range from the memoir of my one true love Debbie Beck RIP 7 20 2009 Love s True Second Chance, an alternative historical perspective of Vampires and WWII Occupation, a newly released Sci Fi time travel adventure, Gateway Pioche If that isn t enough, how about two Baseball Coaching Manuals I currently live in the DFW area, spending time with my daughter, her girls and my oldest son When I was in construction, I never had, or took the time to enjoy what surrounded me love, family and friends My true love, Debbie and her girls reminded me what was important in life we work to live, not live to work.

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    • Crystal said:
      Aug 19, 2018 - 04:27 AM

      What if you could travel back to some dark time in our human history, not just to unravel the hundreds of unanswered questions that were lost with time, but to stop it from ever happening? The atomic bomb. The Cold War. Hitler's Reign. Who shot JFK? The list goes on. Maybe we too have some traumatic event in our personal lives that we'd kill to change. We would all jump at the opportunity to take advantage of this technology without thinking. But at what price would we be willing to pay? Could w [...]

    • Tim Greaton said:
      Aug 19, 2018 - 04:27 AM

      Coming of age a time machine!Jeff Dawson remains one of my favorite authors. Not only are his stories salted with a wonderful dry wit, but he also seems Hell-bent on blasting through the neat lines that have decimated the creativity of so many authors over the years. In "Gateway: Pioche" he has done it once again. This time he and Larry Welch have successfully given this coming of age travel story a time-travel twist, and the result is a fascinating romp that will keep you reading long after bed [...]

    • Anne-Rae Vasquez said:
      Aug 19, 2018 - 04:27 AM

      Gateway:Pioche was an enthralling ride. As a filmmaker, I was reading page by page as if I were watching a scene from an incredible action thriller film and when author Jeff Dawson introduced time travel, I was hooked!The story starts with very intelligent somewhat geeky group of young 20 somethings just graduated and looking for an adventure. They head out to Las Vegas inspired by the movies Rounders (one of my favourites, by the way) and 21 (another fave) where young grads try to gamble their [...]

    • Giovanna Pezzulo said:
      Aug 19, 2018 - 04:27 AM

      I was given a free copy for my honest review.I chose "Gateway: Pioche" because I liked the idea of new adult characters traveling back in time, but I've found more than time-travel in this novel. There is hilarity, action, suspense.The characters are eclectic and it's hard to pick a favorite between Star Trek fanatics and gorgeous girls with bad temper.Reading the adventures of Muki, Abdul, Larry and Judith in the past, I start to daydream about events I would love to see: the Egyptian building [...]

    • Yatin Gupta said:
      Aug 19, 2018 - 04:27 AM

      Gateway : Pioche is a perfect amalgamation of science fiction and thriller. It is a well crafted book that a read might feel a difficult to dive into but once you get the gist of the story, you are totally into it and will not feel like putting the book down. What I personally liked about the book is the balance that Jeff has maintained throughout the story. Nothing looks over the top and although it is a fictional story but you don’t feel like you are reading one. Also, must appreciate the dr [...]

    • Omnipotent Dystopian Now said:
      Aug 19, 2018 - 04:27 AM

      Gateway: Pioche is an interesting story driven by well-developed characters and a unique premise. The story kicks off with four grad students who want to celebrate the culmination of their successful college career with an adventurous getaway vacation before entering the workforce. The characters in the story are well educated and immediately likeable: Muki, a Vietnamese girl with a knack for self-defense who came to America to escape the NVA, Judith, the great-granddaughter of a man who happene [...]

    • Gerald Black said:
      Aug 19, 2018 - 04:27 AM

      I was given a copy of this book to review. First off, Sci-Fi is not my normal genre. However, I found the idea of the book very interesting. The author showed extensive knowledge in many scientific and historic areas. There were things about the characters that annoyed me which lost a star. The fact that they elicited a response at all is a positive.I enjoyed the story. There were many implausible traits with the characters (all geniuses) that made me ask, "Huh?" A woman such as Judith, a playma [...]

    • Laura Ruetz said:
      Aug 19, 2018 - 04:27 AM

      I am often hesitant to read novels that include time travel, but this one was well done and very enjoyable. We are introduced to a diverse group of students who embark upon a vacation of sorts upon graduating and get themselves in trouble. They find a place to hide but it isn't all that it seems. This is where the real plot begins to play out and unfold. The story is engaging from start to finish, with interesting characters who have been fairly well developed. Their personality really shines th [...]

    • Jessica Peterson said:
      Aug 19, 2018 - 04:27 AM

      I found this book a bit hard to get into in the beginning and then once I found myself interested in the characters, the story changed. There was a lot to take in and just when I found myself getting into the book again, it ended. Although I became interested in the time travel, I found myself wondering about the thugs the characters encountered from the first conflict. This was cleared up in the end paving way for a sequel though. I truly admire the author's knowledge on so many different subje [...]

    • Jeff Dawson said:
      Aug 19, 2018 - 04:27 AM

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