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  • The Observer Effect

  • The Joseph Bridgeman Series, Book 3
  • Written by: Nick Jones
  • Narrated by: Ray Porter
  • Length: 12 hrs and 4 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (118 ratings)

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The Observer Effect

Written by: Nick Jones
Narrated by: Ray Porter
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Publisher's Summary

Time calls the shots.

Unwitting time traveler Joseph Bridgeman is adjusting to life in the present and wondering if his traveling days are behind him. But when he’s contacted by the Continuum, an organized group of time travelers based in the future, he learns his career is just getting started.

The Continuum needs Joe’s help. One of their operatives is missing, last seen in 19th-century Paris, and they believe Joe’s ability to see the past might be the only way to find him. Teamed up with Gabrielle Green, an acerbic, wisecracking traveler, Joe heads back to 1873 on his most dangerous mission yet, one that will take him deep inside a burning opera house.

But how will Joe succeed when his new companion clearly hates his guts, the missing traveler disappears the second anyone sets eyes on him, and a familiar foe threatens to trap them in the past for good? With help on hand from his best friend, Vinny, and mysterious clues hidden in his sister Amy’s paintings, Joe must hone his gift, develop new skills, and figure out a way to complete his mission before the blazing inferno comes crashing down around them all.

©2022 Nick Jones (P)2022 Blackstone Publishing

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Great series! Unfortunate use of blasphemy.

I enjoyed this book very much, but as a Christian I found the few uses of Blasphemy of the name of Jesus to be quite offensive. Otherwise I would fully recommend this highly interesting and enjoyable series! The reading was excellent!

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wonderful

it's really hard not to get attached to the characters they're so real can't wait for the next book!!!!!

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Love it !

This is a great series, I definitely recommend if you enjoy time travelling books. can’t wait for number five !

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Absolutely love this series

Love this series, and love the narrator. I Look forward to listen to book four.

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Another excellent instalment

The Joseph Bridgeman series just gets better and better! If you haven’t already, go back and start with book one!

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Great series! Challenging Narration for Porter.

Loving this and committed to the series, looking forward to reports that this will be developed into a movie or TV series, missing Travellers, and this fills that space.

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Another winning entry in the series

Nick Jones continues to find fresh avenues to explore in his world of time travelers. Keep up the great work!

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Great series!

One of the best series I’ve come across. The stories are well written and narrated! I am kept interested the whole time. Nick Jones has become a favorite author for me now!

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I hope that there will be more!!

I looooved this story and the two before it! Nick Jones is a great author and Ray Porter does a wonderful job narrating his works!

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Really great book!

I loved the story a lot. My only gripe is that I hated the performance for the Japanese member of the continuum. It sounded like a bad mix of German and Asian stereotype. It would have been better if he just didn’t accent the character.

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