THE DIDYMUS CONTINGENCY
If you could go back in time…and witness any event…where would you go?
When Dr. Tom Greenbaum faces that question after successfully discovering the secret to time travel, he knows the time, place and event he will witness: the death and failed resurrection of Jesus Christ. Dr. David Goodman, Tom’s colleague and closest friend follows Tom into the past, attempting to avert a time-space catastrophe, but forces beyond their control toss them into a dangerous end game where they are tempted by evil characters, betrayed by friends, pursued by an assassin from the future and haunted by a demon that cannot be killed.
PRAISE FOR THE DIDYMUS CONTINGENCY
“Jeremy Robinson’s novel THE DIDYMUS CONTINGENCY blends the cutting-edge science of Crichton with the religious mystery of the LEFT BEHIND series to create his own unique and bold thriller. It is a fast-paced page-turner like no other. Not to be missed!”
— James Rollins, international bestseller of BLACK ORDER and THE JUDAS STRAIN
“[A] thrilling and fast-paced “what if?” scenario.”
— MidWest Book Review
“What surprised me, with [Robinson’s] take on the possibility of two 21st century men meeting Jesus, was the utter lack of predictability… He offers a new perspective on ripping apart the time-space continuum I am shocked no one has ever considered before now.”
— Round Table Reviews
“[A] rollicking adventure… The story opens explosively and is laced with suspense and humor. Robinson writes quite well and is an up-and-coming author to watch… we’ll hear, read, and see a great deal more from him in the future.”
— Christian Book Previews
“…Wonderfully executed. This is a traditional thriller (think Crichton) with a focus on the penultimate Christian event (do not think LEFT BEHIND.) …DIDYMUS will have you reading until you hit the final page. …It is a super page-turner and a thought-provoker.”
— POD-DY MOUTH
“…action filled, page turning journey through time. …a well written, thought provoking piece of science fiction, which is also at times both touching and humorous.”
— TMC Reviews