Michael Melilli
Gotta love a good time travel story!
Stephen Carignan
Time travelling everyman Adam relates to the audience is a way that draws the reader in to a world as mysterious to us as it is to him. While there is some pseudo scientific explanation the strength of the work is, who cares? It's happening and now we get to follow Adam on his adventures. Three dimensional a vibrant, I Think You Dropped This is a great read!               
Scott Beggs
What works best about the excerpt is that you've created a narrator who is halfway between lucid and rambling. It's entertainingly dry, but you still have to pay attention to keep up with what's going on. It also starts in a curious position that opens the door to a lot of questions and starts the imagination.On the critical side:1. It might use with more scenic description to better explain where Adam is at the outset. 2. It might be asking too much of a first chapter, but it's still unclear what the character wants, if anything. What I like most about the writing style also makes it difficult to criticize in traditional terms. I kept wondering why these particular diversions were part of the narrative. Can they serve a purpose beyond just being funny/quirky? Are they building to something bigger than themselves?If so, that's fantastic. It's hard to know whether that's the case after only reading this short sample. If the author is already doing that, that's awesome. If not, it may be something to consider. All in all, really strong, fascinating work that has a ton of potential. 
Stephen Carignan
Time travelling everyman Adam relates to the audience is a way that draws the reader in to a world as mysterious to us as it is to him. While there is some pseudo scientific explanation the strength of the work is, who cares? It's happening and now we get to follow Adam on his adventures. Three dimensional a vibrant, I Think You Dropped This is a great read!               
Jamie R. Stone
Love the matter-of-fact tone of this story. Very witty first person narrative with a strong voice.
Robert Wren
Check out the video for Ophelia, Doll and see if this book is right for you! I appreciate the support of readers and hope you'll enjoy the available preview chapters enough to consider pre-ordering! Thank you!
Brian Fitzpatrick
This is a really cool look at the time travel theme!
Guy Vandenbrink
What is life like for those who become unstuck in time?
Romero Russo
I love time travel stories. If you do, too, take a look at this one,
Brien Shores
A fun, dark, personal look at the lives of people that can travel through time and how it has changed their worlds. Cleverly written in the first person and filled with humor, pop culture references, suspense and everything else you need in a good read.