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It was a good book but I think it gets crazy from the half way till the end lolPublished 1 day ago by ilan aizenberg
This is a great book but it's not he same as the one I read years ago! This lists a publication date of June of 2003. The original story is copyrighted 1973. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Occasional Customer
Starts off charming as hell and veers into some existential lonesomeness. I loved it. It's a fast read, and I was really pleased with the way the structure of time was explained. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Rebecca
A groundbreaking time-travel tale written in 1972, then slightly revised again in 2003.
Dan Eakins receives a belt that allows him to jump around in time. Read more
A fairly quick, but dense read that takes a little while to fully wrap your head around. Once you do though, it takes on ideas in regard to time travel that I haven't seen explored... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tom Reynolds
At first it's a lot of fun. Then all the personal issues involved in time travel take over and it heads toward a believable, if melancholy, resolution. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Henry Kline
I just reread this book after several years and it's an evergreen. The plot is unique, beatifully told, and really clever. A true masterpiece.Published 3 months ago by Mark Gibbs
This book is a trip. As far as the sci Fi is concerned very well written. Very good spin on time travel. This man takes the cake on self obsession though . read in one sitting. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Drew A Autry
I like time travel books and this is a favourite of mine. Some may be shocked by the 'orgy' business of the book but it will leave a lasting impression on you.Published 6 months ago by ReadingForFun