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Despite the fact that it utterly misses the coming mobile device revolution, Willis does an excellent job blending history with sci-if. It was hard to put this one down at night.Published 20 hours ago by Chris Panagakis
Bought for our son in prison, he did not get. I reported. Nothing but I must return. Screw it We just bought Again. So WE paid TWICE for one Book. Bull. I'm Terminal Lung Cancer. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Michelle. r. Rockwell
Exellent book starts a little slow but then holds you till the endPublished 18 days ago by Maria Dale
I was really looking forward to reading this, but was very disappointed. The "time traveling historian" idea is engaging and worth exploring. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Patrick Walsh
I bought this a gift to one of my sons. I read it originally in the early 90s and thought then that DOOMSDAY Book was the first SF novel that really was good literature. Read morePublished 27 days ago by atomicbohr
Not up to Connie's other efforts. Cardboard characters, silly plot. Interesting but not really a great read.Published 27 days ago by Cornelius C. Walsh
The Good: 1. An intriguing and accessible book. 2. The characters are well formed and, for the most part, likable. 3. I learned a lot about the Plague. The Not-So-Good: 1. Read morePublished 1 month ago by mike pavlov
We choose this book for our book club a couple of months ago, and initially I was not impressed with the idea of reading this one. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Happily Ever After Girl