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I think the title was misleading. It wasn't jennifer's escape it was jennifer's self recognition i guess.
"A Day May Come When The Courage of Men Fails.....
But It is Not This Day..This Day We FIGHT!!!"
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Scerakor wrote:
13 Dec 2017, 08:29
As the actual "Escape" from the 30th century was over within the first chapter, I have a tendency to agree. Is "Back to the future" taken? How about ... "Surviving in the past"?
I think "surviving in the past" is the best title this book could have. Sad the author didn't thought the way you did. I would have saved many readers from the pain they have suffered because of the misleading title and description.
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:lol:
ButterscotchCherrie wrote:
05 Dec 2017, 07:26
Given the themes of the book, was the title misleading? Would a different one be better?

My suggestion: Swinging by the South Pacific.
Good one! :lol: I also started wondering what all the bisexual encounters really had to do with the story!?

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Is "Sex and the Ocean" taken?
"...while a book has got to be worthwhile from the point of view of the reader it's got to be worthwhile from the point of view of the writer as well." - Terry Pratchett on The Last Continent and his writing.

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