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It's almost as if he didn't really know what to do with his storyline and tried experimenting with several alternatives, none of which worked successfully; some sections were particularly painful and preachy.
Still, it was a great romp through the annals of time and I really enjoyed the historical background.
This book reminds me a little of "Jumper" (the book, not the movie) in that it is largely the story of someone figuring out how to use an exciting new capability they are blessed... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Maxwell
While this is not a literary masterpiece, I must admit I really enjoyed reading it. Watching Shel and David visit all the historical events and people was great. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Michael Meyer
I loved the idea behind this book but kept scratching my head as I was reading it. Seriously, if you had a time machine and could program it to go anywhere in time, wouldn't you... Read morePublished 4 months ago by ecole
I like Jack McDevitt's works. I had to take all of my Captain Future books off the top shelf to put his up there. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ross McMullen
A fine take on time travel, today's zeitgeist, and the joy of experiential learning. And a few ethical challenges as well.Published 11 months ago by Richard Turner
Remember the old TV series The Time Tunnel? Every week, Tony and Doug would materialize at some famous historic event, interact with the locals, usually get themselves arrested or... Read morePublished 11 months ago by carl vartian
Delightful romp through history. I like it when time travel stories are more fun than technical. I think it needed more future travel.Published 13 months ago by Alison LePage
If only time travel machines were the size of an Ipad and you had several of them! Good story and interesting who the guys chose to visit in times past. Interesting paradoxes. Read morePublished 16 months ago by BrianK
I read a lot. Books I read either end up in a box to be donated or on a shelf if I think I might read them again. This one ended up on a shelf. Read morePublished 17 months ago by John D., Ayer