Just Love Everybody by Greg Ware
Stardate: 2031 Jake Love is a revered obstetrician who by happenstance or design is given the opportunity of a lifetime. The chance to spend the day with anyone from the annals of history. Which renowned philosopher, monarch, or religious icon can withstand a dose of scientific inquiry from the future? Jake’s choice is one that raises the bar to unimaginable heights, as he dares to question the unquestionable. This forbidden fruit must be bitten and the only challenge is… Will he live to tell about it?
“A Solid Plot and Characters”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Shauna Klein
Just Love Everybody: Father Time is running out on Mother Nature by Greg Ware is a book about a theory I’ve always wanted to write about – spending a day with anyone in history. Now my idea is a specific person to bring to this time period, but I digress.
Anyway, I love this kind of thing but what is even more cool is that the start of it takes place in Pensacola and I live on the Gulf Coast as well so it was pretty awesome to read about a place that is extremely familiar.
It’s an excellent book, the characters are likable (which is so important to me), and the plot and structure was spot-on. If you enjoy a good book regardless of the genre, this is one for you. If you enjoy sci-fi that is also spiritual and inspirational, then this is definitely the one to get!