John Kessel hit the head on the nail when he wrote Corrupting Dr. Nice.
The novel is very entertaining, a fast and funny read, yet with a core of serious thought about the exploitation of the people in the past by those of the future.
Very well, but I also detect some deeper messages about corporate domination, colonialism, human identity, and religion in the face of time travel.
Oh What a wonderful read this is. John Kessel hit the head on the nail when he wrote Corrupting Dr. Nice. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robert Pylant
The premise: Multinational, multitemporal Saltimbanque Corp. has commercialized time travel, and they've worked around the pesky lots-of-people-showing-up-at-the-same-time problem... Read morePublished on June 19, 2001 by Mary P. Campbell
This book has an awesome premise! In the book's setting, people can travel through time easily and with very few problems. Read morePublished on February 25, 2001 by Dr. Zoidberg
Very well written and edited. The whole family might enjoy this little sci-fi book, imaginative but at the end lacks a little something to give it a higher rating.Published on August 10, 1999