Version Control: A Time Machine for 2016

Time travel in the 21st century. What version will you accept? January LaVoy tells us about Dexter Palmer’s new sci-fi novel.

2016 Best Audiobooks
Award Winner

Narrator January LaVoy’s enthusiasm for this story of science and science fiction draws us in to VERSION CONTROL. Behind the mic for AudioFile Magazine, January tells us more about this blending of science and society.

“What surprised me the most about this book was that it is classified as science fiction but I would say that it is the definition of diversity.” -January LaVoy

by Dexter Palmer, read by January LaVoy
Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award

Time travel has a powerful allure. January LaVoy propels the narrative drive and delivers all the subtle nuance of Dexter Palmer’s take that’s full of our modern technology. Phillip and Rebecca have survived personal tragedy. Phillip, a physicist, directs  a project creating a “causality violation” device—for most of us, that’s a time machine. Rebecca, who works for an online dating site, has a pervasive feeling that something is not right. Listen to a sound clip and read our full review HERE.


Photo: Jordan Matter

To find more audiobooks narrated by January, click HERE.

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