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Three in Time: Classic Novels of Time Travel (White Wolf Rediscovery Trio, Vol. 1) ebook

by Poul Anderson,Wilson Tucker,Chad Oliver


Three science fiction novels with time travel as the theme are included in the Rediscovery Trio: The Winds of Time, The Year of the Quiet Sun, and There Will Be Time.

Three science fiction novels with time travel as the theme are included in the Rediscovery Trio: The Winds of Time, The Year of the Quiet Sun, and There Will Be Time.

Three science fiction novels with time travel as the theme are included in the Rediscovery Trio: The Winds of Time . classic time travel novels, as readable today as they ever were. If you recall them fondly, meet them again. If you never heard of them, what are you waiting for? - - Analog.

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This here is three, three, three books in one: The . The Winds of Time - Chad Oliver. The Year of the Quiet Sun - Wilson Tucker. There Will be Time - Poul Anderson.

This here is three, three, three books in one: The Winds of Time I picked this up at the Friends of the Library sale. Winds was nothing spectacular, merely (!) a good, solid science-fiction tale. In this case, members of a time travel project in 1978 travel forward in time first to 1980 then to the turn of the century. Since I have lived through all of those time periods, I can tell you that Mr. Tucker didn't get anything predicted right.

List of time travel works of fiction. The lists below describes notable works of fiction involving time travel, where time travel is central to the plot or the premise of the work. For stories of time travel in antiquity, see the history of the time travel concept. For video games and interactive media featuring time travel, see list of games containing time travel.

The lists below describes notable works of fiction involving time travel, where time travel is central to the plot or the premise of the work. For stories of time travel in antiquity, see the history of the time travel concept

The lists below describes notable works of fiction involving time travel, where time travel is central to the plot or the premise of the work. This list describes notable novels and short stories in which time travel is central to the plot or the premise of the work.

These books-which employ the themes or settings of post-apocalyptic SF but are primarily . The Aftermath: A Novel of Survival by Samuel C. Florman.

These books-which employ the themes or settings of post-apocalyptic SF but are primarily noteworthy for other reasons-are listed separately to denote their associational relevance to the sub-genre. com listing all of the titles in this bibliography. For Further Reading, Vol. 1. GREYBEARD by Brian W. Aldiss. Twilight World by Poul Anderson. Vault of the Ages by Poul Anderson. Dark Universe by Daniel F. Galouye. Queen City Jazz by Kathleen Ann Goonan.

Here are three of Anderson’s most memorable tales of time and space travel. There Will Be Time: Born with a strange genetic mutation, Jack Havig can travel backward and forward in time at will. He’s journeyed to ancient Rome and the Wild West-and into the far future, to a world nearly obliterated by nuclear war. But after he is admitted into a secret time-traveling organization, he stumbles upon a horrific plot to irrevocably alter the destiny of humankind

The gains are drops of water and time is passing.

The gains are drops of water and time is passing. I want it faster, I want action-action no. "That might defeat the whole thing. America and Americans and Selected Nonfiction. ISBN 978-0-14-303963-1. The Log from the Sea of Cortez.

Three science fiction novels with time travel as the theme are included in the Rediscovery Trio: The Winds of Time, The Year of the Quiet Sun, and There Will Be Time.
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Plot synopses:
YEAR OF THE QUIET SUN: U.S. government casts a time machine increasingly further into the future to gather political and demographic data, in an attempt to avert a looming civil conflict.
THE WINDS OF TIME: A spacefaring race crashes a ship on earth in prehistoric times and travel to the future by hibernation, waiting for a civilization to arise with sufficient technoogy to repair their spacecraft.
THERE WILL BE TIME: Random humans are born with the ability to move themselves forward and backward through time purely by mental will. They ally and utterly change the world.
All of these are excellent stories, with THERE WILL BE TIME standing out as the best of the three. Anderson beats the stuffing out of the time travel theme, as Alfred Bester did for telepaths in THE DEMOLISHED MAN. Not only do the characters jump between historical periods, they also find interesting uses for jumps of a few minutes forward or backward. Babies time travel with surprising results. THERE WILL BE TIME is very well thought out and worth the price of the book alone.
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Just shows that different people like different stories. "The Year of the Quiet Sun" really didn't grab me personally. "There Will Be Time" was a decent story... but by far my favorite from this book was "The Winds of Time," which I thought was an excellent tale, and for which I give the book 5 stars. Based on my review and that of others, if you like this genre, you're almost certainly going to find at least one of these three that you really like.
Beanisend
Three very different tales, each excellent in its own way. Shows the versatility of the time travel idea. Interesting how gloomy these authors thought the future (in some cases, our day) would be
Twentyfirstfinger
this is one I read more that once. Startling now, how well Oliver portrays both the emptiness and boredom of 1950's middle class life and how well he gets us to fell the sense of loss among human like aliens whose spaceship crashes on Earth..all in the course of a really good story. Don't miss it!
Three in Time: Classic Novels of Time Travel (White Wolf Rediscovery Trio, Vol. 1) ebook
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Poul Anderson,Wilson Tucker,Chad Oliver
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