Time Travel

The Rebecca Trilogy + reviews

Rebecca & the Spiral Staircase Volume 1

Rebecca – A Way Back Volume 2

Rebecca – Beyond all Reason Volume 3

This trilogy follows our intrepid time adventurer, Rebecca throughout her teens and into adult life.


However, each Volume works as a standalone novel having an opening prologue to each previous volume.

Below is a brief description of what you can expect from each novel

In addition, I have added (in red) a review for each Volume.  To see more reviews go to: https://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=Stephen+M+Davis&ref=cm_cr_arp_d_pdt_bl_sr


Rebecca & the Spiral Staircase Volume 1

Setting – Modern Day

Free-spirited, fearless, and independent, Rebecca is far from your average twenty-first-century 15-year-old girl.

She’d rather leave her mobile phone indoors and being a dreamer, sit in the woods, sketching imaginary worlds.

When her parents move to a Gothic mansion in the north of England, she sets off exploring their 26-acres.

On one of these jaunts, she finds a Victorian key that opens the door to a ramshackle summerhouse.

Inside, she finds an old spiral staircase, which is the start of her adventures through time.

Each door leading from the staircase takes her back to a different point in the history of the old house.

Join Rebecca as she uncovers the secrets beyond the staircase.

She may help change the way you see the world around you.

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20 March 2018

This is a modern treasure-box of curiosity, time and history, all connected to an intrepid, young woman named Rebecca.

“Bex” is destined to seek the answer to the mystery surrounding the manor house she’s just moved into with her brother, mother and father. Her character was the most developed as, an artist, a dreamer and believers in magical, woodland creatures.

It is a classic mystery, written in the style of the original Nancy Drew series. I was delighted when it produced a surge of nostalgia for this wonderful, story-telling style.

A moody, crumbling manor house setting in the British countryside is one of my favorite places to visit in a story, while the ghostly mist on the lake enhanced my experience. Then meeting the troublesome brother Bex openly calls “Twit” made me laugh out loud, sibling rivalry- oh yes! So many other thoughtful details brought me closer to the main character with a light, but gothic touch of mystery and the unknown. I was unsure until the very end how Bex would handle the eerie and strange, events leading up to her incredible discovery of what was really happening.

I highly recommend this lovely story to readers of all ages, especially to those who have always wondered what it might be like to unlock an ancient door and realize there is far more to the mysteries of life, than any of us might possibly imagine.

Rebecca – A Way Back Volume 2

Rebecca is a little older now, and after her first year at University, common sense rears its ugly head a little too often for her liking. 

She finds herself applying rational thinking to all that life offers, and this includes her previous meetings with Meredith and the information within the three boxes.

What university could not teach her was how to prepare herself for what was about to happen.  Again, all balanced thinking was going to tumble into a world beyond common sense.

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30 July 2019

Format: Kindle Edition


Rebecca – Beyond all Reason Volume 3

In this chronicle, follow Rebecca as she travels way into the future and witnesses our planet devoid of human life. 

She learns that mankind has been wiped out by its own relentless destruction of the environment.

Mother Nature though is thriving without us.

Rebecca now faces an epic voyage of discovery, which takes her right back to the “cradle of civilisation” where her story unfolds.

On her journey through the ages, she meets other time travellers of her making.

All have failed to stop the unrelenting greed-clock from derailing humanity.

It now falls to Rebecca.

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5 August 2019

Format: Paperback

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