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In 2554, the World is Coming to its End, unless an impossible mission through 600 years of time travel succeeds. Maternal instinct knows no boundaries, including the nano-neural-net intravenously installed in Dannia Weston's mind to repress her identity, allowing her to perform a mission 300 years before her time. Transported to the year 1954, Dannia becomes a woman with a In 2554, the World is Coming to its End, unless an impossible mission through 600 years of time travel succeeds. Maternal instinct knows no boundaries, including the nano-neural-net intravenously installed in Dannia Weston's mind to repress her identity, allowing her to perform a mission 300 years before her time. Transported to the year 1954, Dannia becomes a woman with a mid-twentieth century persona, college educated with an aptitude for mechanical invention. Due to her work during the war, she is employed by the U.S. government on a secret project. But what no one knows-including Dannia or those who sent her back to tinker with the mechanical past to reduce future pollution-is what might happen should she become emotionally involved in 1954. The 2254 science team programmed the nano-net to prevent the possibility of pregnancy, but each person reacts to strong emotional stimuli differently, and using birth control not available in 1954 is out of the question. When Dannia falls in love with Peter Hersh and becomes pregnant, her hormones erode a small section of the nano-chained network that stabilizes her new identity, triggering a mild memory rebirth...and threatening her mission and the fate of the world.


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In 2554, the World is Coming to its End, unless an impossible mission through 600 years of time travel succeeds. Maternal instinct knows no boundaries, including the nano-neural-net intravenously installed in Dannia Weston's mind to repress her identity, allowing her to perform a mission 300 years before her time. Transported to the year 1954, Dannia becomes a woman with a In 2554, the World is Coming to its End, unless an impossible mission through 600 years of time travel succeeds. Maternal instinct knows no boundaries, including the nano-neural-net intravenously installed in Dannia Weston's mind to repress her identity, allowing her to perform a mission 300 years before her time. Transported to the year 1954, Dannia becomes a woman with a mid-twentieth century persona, college educated with an aptitude for mechanical invention. Due to her work during the war, she is employed by the U.S. government on a secret project. But what no one knows-including Dannia or those who sent her back to tinker with the mechanical past to reduce future pollution-is what might happen should she become emotionally involved in 1954. The 2254 science team programmed the nano-net to prevent the possibility of pregnancy, but each person reacts to strong emotional stimuli differently, and using birth control not available in 1954 is out of the question. When Dannia falls in love with Peter Hersh and becomes pregnant, her hormones erode a small section of the nano-chained network that stabilizes her new identity, triggering a mild memory rebirth...and threatening her mission and the fate of the world.

30 review for Paradox Effect: Time Travel and Purified DNA Merge to Halt the Collapse of Human Existence

  1. 5 out of 5

    Stephen R.

    Gabriel FW Koch is an award-winning author with an undeniable talent for science fiction and fantasy. His debut novel, the Paradox Effect, tackles the intricacies and disturbances of time travel, and all of the psychology that comes with this. He poses questions that really make the reader think, concerning destiny, fate, and simply what is right and wrong. The characters of the book are well rounded and engaging, with the heroine, in particular, luring the reader in. Even the secondary characte Gabriel FW Koch is an award-winning author with an undeniable talent for science fiction and fantasy. His debut novel, the Paradox Effect, tackles the intricacies and disturbances of time travel, and all of the psychology that comes with this. He poses questions that really make the reader think, concerning destiny, fate, and simply what is right and wrong. The characters of the book are well rounded and engaging, with the heroine, in particular, luring the reader in. Even the secondary characters are well developed, with none of the predictability and cliche that you find in some fantasy novels. This is an excellent read, with heaps of adventure, excitement, and intrigue. The writing style is easy to follow, while also being clever and even comical at times. Fans of intelligent sci-fi will find it hard not to love this book, which leaves the reader begging that there will be further installments to follow.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Grady

    A fine ‘what if’ tale Author/photographer Gabriel FW Koch opened his award winning literary career in 2015 with this debut novel PARADOX EFFECT and has subsequently published BEHOLDEN, EMMA AND THE DRAGON TOOTH SWORD, and his most recent AND COME DAY’S END. His creative abilities are well displayed in this fascinating science fiction time travel story. As he has stated, ‘Imagine returning to that one moment you think about at 3 a.m. and changing the outcome (of time travel)? If you succeeded, eve A fine ‘what if’ tale Author/photographer Gabriel FW Koch opened his award winning literary career in 2015 with this debut novel PARADOX EFFECT and has subsequently published BEHOLDEN, EMMA AND THE DRAGON TOOTH SWORD, and his most recent AND COME DAY’S END. His creative abilities are well displayed in this fascinating science fiction time travel story. As he has stated, ‘Imagine returning to that one moment you think about at 3 a.m. and changing the outcome (of time travel)? If you succeeded, every event directly related to the original outcome would be erased.’ And with that intriguing concept he opens a story that, while ‘sci-fi in genre, offers insights about how we think and the choices and decisions we face – a fine story, and a fine dose of philosophy. Appreciating the need to capture the reader’s attention with a grounding in reality, Gabriel opens his story not in space arenas but in New York in1954: “Peter Hersh knelt in the front pew a the priest said, “Let us pray.” His mind resisted the man’s words and returned to three days earlier, when he entered the morgue to identify his last remaining family member’s body. The accident made it nearly impossible for him to recognize his brother. The fall from scaffolding had ruined his facial features, shattering his skull when he hit the pavement. As the priest continued with the service, Peter recalled thinking, ‘I don’t know if it’s him,’ while hoping there was an error. Some overlooked detail that caused the medical examiner to claim the dead man was Jimmy…’ A mystery laced with pain is set and a speck of light is cast about the coming story. Gabriel has distilled the multifaceted time travel adventure well: ‘In 2554, the World is Coming to its End, unless an impossible mission through 600 years of time travel succeeds. Maternal instinct knows no boundaries, including the nano-neural-net intravenously installed in Dannia Weston’s mind to repress her identity, allowing her to perform a mission 300 years before her time. Transported to the year 1954, Dannia becomes a woman with a mid-twentieth century persona, college educated with an aptitude for mechanical invention. Due to her work during the war, she is employed by the U.S. government on a secret project. But what no one knows—including Dannia or those who sent her back to tinker with the mechanical past to reduce future pollution—is what might happen should she become emotionally involved in 1954. The 2254 science team programmed the nano-net to prevent the possibility of pregnancy, but each person reacts to strong emotional stimuli differently, and using birth control not available in 1954 is out of the question. When Dannia falls in love with Peter Hersh and becomes pregnant, her hormones erode a small section of the nano-chained network that stabilizes her new identity, triggering a mild memory rebirth…and threatening her mission and the fate of the world.’ Keen knowledge of medical concepts as well as a very polished appreciation of future possibilities add to Gabriel’s sensitive and immersing drama. This is a fine debut novel and served as a launching pad for his subsequent literary contributions. Recommended.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Island Rose

    Paradox Effect was a great science fiction book with a complex plot that made this quite difficult for me to put down. I liked that the story also made me laugh out loud on a few occasions. I found it to be very well written with great, interesting characters that were at times completely unpredictable. I was hooked really early on which doesn’t always happen when I’m reading an author I’m unfamiliar with. I am hoping that there will be another book to follow this one!. I would definitely recomm Paradox Effect was a great science fiction book with a complex plot that made this quite difficult for me to put down. I liked that the story also made me laugh out loud on a few occasions. I found it to be very well written with great, interesting characters that were at times completely unpredictable. I was hooked really early on which doesn’t always happen when I’m reading an author I’m unfamiliar with. I am hoping that there will be another book to follow this one!. I would definitely recommend this for sci-fi fans, and anyone fancying something a bit different.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Covid5769gmail.Com

    I always enjoy a good Science Fiction novel and Paradox Effect is certainly that. It follows a strong and driven protagonist, Dianna as she is tasked with going back in time to 1954 to prevent a chain of events that will result in the end of the world, 600 years in the future. A futuristic neural net has blocked off her memories to protect her new identity, but when the net fails, her new life and her mission are put in jeopardy. Paradox Effect is a thrilling and thought-provoking read that was a I always enjoy a good Science Fiction novel and Paradox Effect is certainly that. It follows a strong and driven protagonist, Dianna as she is tasked with going back in time to 1954 to prevent a chain of events that will result in the end of the world, 600 years in the future. A futuristic neural net has blocked off her memories to protect her new identity, but when the net fails, her new life and her mission are put in jeopardy. Paradox Effect is a thrilling and thought-provoking read that was a real page-turner. Gabriel F.W. Koch has managed to tackle some difficult and timely themes in this novel, including the likes of DNA engineering and the effects of humanity on the planet.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Daisy Daffodil

    Gabriel FW Koch is an award-winning author with an undeniable talent for science fiction and fantasy. His debut novel, the Paradox Effect, tackles the intricacies and disturbances of time travel, and all of the psychology that comes with this. He poses questions that really make the reader think, concerning destiny, fate, and simply what is right and wrong. The characters of the book are well rounded and engaging, with the heroine, in particular, luring the reader in. Even the secondary character Gabriel FW Koch is an award-winning author with an undeniable talent for science fiction and fantasy. His debut novel, the Paradox Effect, tackles the intricacies and disturbances of time travel, and all of the psychology that comes with this. He poses questions that really make the reader think, concerning destiny, fate, and simply what is right and wrong. The characters of the book are well rounded and engaging, with the heroine, in particular, luring the reader in. Even the secondary characters are well developed, with none of the predictability and cliche that you find in some fantasy novels. This is an excellent read, with heaps of adventure, excitement, and intrigue. The writing style is easy to follow, while also being clever and even comical at times. Fans of intelligent sci-fi will find it hard not to love this book, which leaves the reader begging that there will be further installments to follow.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Pegboard

    Paradox Effect by Gabriel F.W. Koch is a complex and intense novel that keeps the reader glued to the story. Dannia Weston works on a secret project for the government in 1954, but she is really known as 476 in the year 2554, an agent of the future to set our world on a different environmental path. Dannia begins to have severe headaches that knock her out. Then she experiences daydreams and déjà vu, which causes her to question her sanity. Both timelines are questioning her malfunction and if s Paradox Effect by Gabriel F.W. Koch is a complex and intense novel that keeps the reader glued to the story. Dannia Weston works on a secret project for the government in 1954, but she is really known as 476 in the year 2554, an agent of the future to set our world on a different environmental path. Dannia begins to have severe headaches that knock her out. Then she experiences daydreams and déjà vu, which causes her to question her sanity. Both timelines are questioning her malfunction and if she can be salvaged. Gabriel F.W. Koch keeps Paradox Effect moving quickly has the story jumps back and forth from 1954 to 2554. The reader is quickly attached to Dannia as we see her struggles and her determination. At times the reader wonders if the authorities will find a solution to fix the problem without terminating the main character. Koch's creativity is seen as he adds twists and cliff-hangers, while maneuvering the characters into place. This novel is thrilling and fascinating, I really enjoyed it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Smiley Shoes

    This is a very good time-travel novel where humanity is faced with impending destruction. This story had a little of everything which kept me enthralled right from the first chapter until the end. I thought it was an exciting story with a complex, but not overly so, plot, and it was also funny at key moments too. The characters were very relatable, unpredictable at times, and very interesting especially the heroine Dannia! I would recommend this book and I do hope there will be more to come.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lenor

    This is not the first book I’ve read about time travelers, but I can honestly say that it is the very first to take it to the next step…to take DNA and change it only to be able to stand in the past so there are no consequences. But what happens with emotions and acting on them, does it change the DNA, or can it be altered? This book is completely science fiction and time travel genre; Dannia is employed by US government for a secret job, to travel on time to the past so she can with a series of This is not the first book I’ve read about time travelers, but I can honestly say that it is the very first to take it to the next step…to take DNA and change it only to be able to stand in the past so there are no consequences. But what happens with emotions and acting on them, does it change the DNA, or can it be altered? This book is completely science fiction and time travel genre; Dannia is employed by US government for a secret job, to travel on time to the past so she can with a series of events, reduce future pollution, she’s got the qualifications for it so she’s send to the past. But now in “the past” Dannia becomes emotionally involved with Peter Hersh and gets pregnant with his baby. Will the nano technology still work? Will it trigger memories that can put at risk the mission? Can Dannia forget who she is and what is her mission?

  9. 4 out of 5

    DaisyMae

    A very interesting read telling the story of life and love as well as exploring the modern day topics of humanities impact on the planet and the controversy surrounding genetic manipulation. The complex plot and strong, unpredictable, characters makes this book a real page turner and extremely thought provoking. I'm sure all sci-fi lovers will enjoy this as much as I did.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lindsey Jae

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sheridan Peraha

  12. 4 out of 5

    Dong Rebeck

  13. 5 out of 5

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  14. 4 out of 5

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  15. 5 out of 5

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  16. 4 out of 5

    Jaime Pinelo

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jerri Tudman

  18. 4 out of 5

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  19. 4 out of 5

    Yvone Older

  20. 5 out of 5

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  21. 4 out of 5

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  22. 5 out of 5

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  23. 4 out of 5

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  24. 4 out of 5

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  25. 5 out of 5

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  26. 5 out of 5

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  27. 5 out of 5

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  28. 5 out of 5

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  29. 4 out of 5

    Zelda Guebert

  30. 5 out of 5

    Valorie Sturgill

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