3000 Years is a sharp thriller, one that at times sent my heart racing with excitement and anticipation.
Liberty and Culture

Mgrdechian’s fictional exploration of the bitter division in America hits home, revealing a frightening potential future in a thrilling page-turner that keeps the reader on his or her toes until the very last word.
The Stanford Review

I was especially fascinated with the way Mgrdechian weaves the political structure and major societal changes throughout — 3000 Years was both entertaining and scary in its depiction of a society gone down a path of choices far more original than most would ever predict.
Amazon.com Review

Once i started reading this 3000 years, i didn’t put it down until it was finished. I found myself becoming completely involved in the concept of time travel. Mgredechian did an excellent job at eliciting some of the emotions and wonder of what an experience it would be to travel into the future and the implications of leaving everything behind.
Amazon.com Review

Everything about this future world is incredibly consistent and is ultimately tied together very nicely through an excellent story culminating with a final and emotional scene
Amazon.com Review

People are always making predictions about the future, but rarely are they done in such a believable way and rarely if ever are they woven into such an interesting story. Amazon.com Review

I strongly believe anyone who loves a great story and believes in liberty, individualism, objectivity and integrity will thoroughly enjoy this book.
Amazon.com Review

H.G. Wells of our time…I would highly recommend it for anyone interested in sci fi, and I would also recommend it for anyone interested in the politics, scientific advances and a cultural trends of our day.
Amazon.com Review

George Orwell would be proud…A great story about one man’s obsession with seeing the future. Frightening in its realism. Biting in its wit and social commentary. Compelling in story and character. An excellent read by any measure.
Amazon.com Review

The author’s knowledge of the science he describes is obviously pronounced. He clearly is someone who could be the technical consultant should Hollywood ever desire to make a movie out of his novel.
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