Time travel is seductive. What would happen if ...
but will the answer open a Pandora's box?
"Sherrie said, 'Let me get this straight. We are going to let a girl from
Ancient Rome that just saw a car for the first time today, drive us?' "
--Excerpt from Rome Never Fell
In his raucous new novel, C. R. Fabis weaves a fantastic tale of real history interwoven with some wild what ifs.
Astrophysicists major and full-time nerd Henry Gafield is busily studying the earth's electromagnetic field in an attempt to save money on his electric bill. One of his experiments goes south, but he soon discovers that he actually shot himself two minutes back in time.
- A science experiment gone wrong.
-A gorgeous, fledging historian needs some help.
-Will the nerdy scientist finally get his wish?
While he is perfecting his discovery, he meets classical studies major and inspiring historian, Sherrie Melbourne. Henry lets the gorgeous Sherrie in on his secret. She quickly figures out that Henry can help her with a major problem. She convinces Henry to go back in time to one of the most amazing periods in human history--the birth of
the Roman Empire. Henry has reservations, but he has his own designs on history.
Rome Never Fell takes the reader on a fantastical journey through ancient Rome, meeting some of the most infamous characters in all of history. While it seems as though Henry and his beautiful companions have single-handedly averted cataclysmic catastrophes, the reader may be surprised at what the present actually holds.