"A very good novel by two top science fiction authors. It tells the story of a monumental battle between a nurse, hired to take care of a Neanderthal child kidnapped from his tribe 40,000 years ago by a research company, Stasis Technologies, and the firm, which exploits him."
"A well written and clever time-travel novel, which has many funny passages. The protagonist takes time tourists 'up the line' to Byzantium, but gets into trouble when he has a sexual encounter with one of his ancestors, and then creates paradoxes, which put him in danger of being punished by the Time Patrol enforcement unit."
"A man dies and goes back to his college days, whereupon he decides to do things differently, while making lots of money betting on stocks and sports events, about which he knows the results! He "replays" his life several times, meeting a woman who also is given this "gift." Lots of insights and fun, too! Of course, the couple tries to change history, with sometimes unpredictable consequences."
"An entertaining, humorous, and suspenseful work! A time traveler goes back to 1938 to prevent Ronald Reagan from becoming the U.S. president later and 'save' future generations from Reaganomics, Iran-Contra, etc."
"The spirit of a modern-day lawyer is sent into the body of an ancestor, who runs a tavern in the second-century Roman city of Carnuntum. She arrives there to find slavery, animals tearing people apart in the arena, pestilence, war, starvation, and terrible sanitary conditions. She also finds love, companionship, self-awareness, and inner strength. A good read."
"An amusing, time-travel, alternative-history novel, written in 1939. A modern archeologist is transported to sixth-century Rome, and tries to prevent the encroaching Dark Ages by using his knowledge of history and modern technology."
"A pretty good first novel in Baker's The Company series features an immortal agent for a 24th-Century firm, which sends cyborgs back in time to save art works, plants, and other valuables for future humanity and for profit."
"More readable than In the Garden of Iden, this second book in The Company series takes place mainly in pre-Spanish California, with Facilitator Joseph the key figure (and narrator). The mission is to transport the Chumash people to the future to save them from extinction and to preserve their culture, and flora and fauna for future profit."