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Simple by today's standards of Science Fiction but a really good read.
Jack McDevitt can make you feel like you are there as history is happening.
If you like Sci-Fi and time travel, this book is for you. A fun adventure through time and an easy read.Published 4 months ago by SB
You think you have it figured out then, your surprised. Masterful writing skills can't get enough. Love the setting and the picture he paints into your mind. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mark L Davis
This time travel book hits all the genre's high notes. Paradox, should we shouldn't we, we can't help ourselves! Go back and take or leave something, girls in the past...
Fun. Read more
The beginning to the book was spellbinding, compelling me to read on. However the middle two-thirds is just useless rambling that almost saw me toss the book. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Interesting paradoxes and plot twists. But does have slow points. And frankly too many instances of the lead characters making dumb choices that get them embroiled in trouble.Published 6 months ago by Bob of Seattle
I have a thing about time travel stories, possibly because I have a thing about history. At one point, the two temporal tourists in this entertaining yarn make up a joint "to-do"... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Michael K. Smith
It took me some time to read this entire story. All the various and many details, did fill me too much too fast that I would pull out for rest. Read morePublished 7 months ago by L Duree