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This Kindle version actually have two books in one: "The Time Traders" and "Galactic Derelict." The former is the first in the series quite appropriately entitled "The Time Traders" with the latter being the second novel. The first focuses on a confrontation between the US and the "Reds" as well as the mysterious alien race that has used time travel (this novel route back and forth between present day and a trading tribal society in ancient Britain). The main character is Ross Murdock, who always in trouble with the laws, but he was chosen for his physical make-up and quickly recruited into the army of time. Through him, we discover a conflict between the Russians and the Americans in the past and by an accident, an alien race who aren't happy to see one of their own neglected crashed ships on Earth being looted. The second novel directs our attention to a new character, Travis Fox, an American Indian, as he eventually stumbled upon the army of time and became recruited as well. Both Fox and the characters of the previous story taken upon a secret mission to recover a crashed ship in the past and eventually, in an emergency, Fox, Ross, Ashe, with technician Renfry, all taken shelter inside an intact ship and became trapped when the ship takes off on an automatic course. During their journey, they'd experience three worlds, no longer alive with an advanced alien civilization, and work their way back home.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really had to force myself to finish this book. I usually love anything time-travel but I hate E.T. stuff. This book joins both, and I felt like I was watching a B-type E.T. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Pri4Ster
Badly dated. Both the milieu and the characters are stereotypes.Published 10 days ago by Hector Giordano
The story was intense. There were events beyond their control facing them. It kept my interests. A nice book to read.Published 28 days ago by Tracy Cuchia
Weak on the logic behind the time travel they just discoverPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
It's a decent read but lacks the fun complexity of a truly well thought off time travel story. Half of not all of the characters problems would be solved by simply going back in... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sid Ameen
I remember being crazy about Andre Norton's writing 40 years ago. This is decent but doesn't quite live up to my memory.Published 1 month ago by Robert Shuler
Wonderful story that stands the test of time even given the end of the cold war. Should be on every SciFi must-read list.Published 1 month ago by Jana Boardman