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His portrayal of time travel in this novel is incredibly believable, and anticipates modern theories about same.
Despite an extraordinary number of typographical errors--I counted about 20--and inaccurate cover art, I recommend the Titan Books over mine.
Time's Last Gift is my favourite Philip José Farmer novel and I've been excited about receiving my new Titan edition for weeks!
"Time keeps a man human. But eternity would give him a nonhuman dimension." - Drummond Silverstein
Okay, so I've previously had a lot of trouble with Philip Jose... Read more
Here is another fine novel by one of science fiction and fantasy's Grand Masters. In it Philip José Farmer demonstrates the validity of fiction as a portal to an alternate... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Solipso
is a time travel story of 4 explorers/scientists who go back to ice-age Europe of 12,000 B.C. Their leader, as anyone who has read Tarzan novels, or Farmer's 'Tarzan Alive', will... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Albert Bowie
If you are a fan of PJF's faux biography of Tarzan, which posits that he is a real person who found the fountain of youth, then you will love this novel. Read morePublished 15 months ago by James Beard
I came to discover the Wold Newton Universe through a friend,and felt that I needed to at least try one of the books that Philip Jose Farmer wrote,I did and I haven't looked back... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Mr. Tony Solomun
Bought this as gift Christmas gift for my 30 something son-in-law as he loved another book by this author. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Phyllis L. Bengtson
It's been years since I last read Farmer, and when I saw these nice-looking new editions from Titan I couldn't resist reacquainting myself with his work. Read morePublished 22 months ago by R. Stewart
This is no Riverworld, but if you love Farmer you'll be able to recognize what quality of book this is. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Harryhippie
I'm not always a fan of Farmer's work and wondered if I should bother with this book. It isn't part of his mainstream material but he actually ties it in with more of his work. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Stonewalker