Moral Kiosk by Ryan Daff
What if you could travel a day into the past?
On rainy Thameside Battersea in the near future, there’s a secret passageway back in time. Stored on an unassuming industrial site, any subject placed in Booth A is transported to Booth B via ‘quantum foam’. During the process, the subject also travels to an earlier point in the day, although the time frames vary.
Soon enough, Simon – the engineer who combined Dark Matter with wormhole science to build the Booths – begins to improve his finances and relationships through do-overs, ultimately meddling in matters of life and death . . .
A 2016 Kindle Scout winner, Moral Kiosk is a time travel story about loss, shelved dreams, and second chances.