Time Travel 2019

Time Travel 2019

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  • All Clear

    By Connie Willis

    Our Price: $6.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780553592887
    • Publisher: Spectra
    • Published: October 2010
    Three time-traveling historians go to World War II England, where they discover discrepancies in the historical record which indicate that, contrary to time-travel theory, one or all of them may have affected the past and changed the war's outcome.
  • Diary of a Time Traveler: Travel the Globe and Meet History's Most Interesting Characters

    By David Long

    Our Price: $6.95
    • Format: Oversize Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9781847807045
    • Publisher: Wide Eyed Editions
    • Published: October 2015
    A time-travel tour of some of history's most relevant places and events finds bored student Augustus handed a magical diary that enables his whistle-stop visits through the ages and introductions to such notables as Albert Einstein, Mozart and Shakespeare.
  • Doomsday Book

    By Connie Willis

    Our Price: $7.95
    • Format: Mass Market
    • ISBN-13: 9780553562736
    • Publisher: Spectra
    • Published: August 1993
    Journeying back in time to the year 1320, twenty-first century Oxford woman Kivrin arrives during the outbreak of a deadly epidemic
  • How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe

    By Charles Yu

    Our Price: $8.00 - $14.35
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780307739452
    • Publisher: Vintage Books
    • Published: June 2011
    Razor-sharp story of a son searching for his father…through quantum space-time. Every day in Minor Universe 31 people get into time machines and try to change the past. That’s where Charles Yu, time travel technician, steps in. He helps save people from themselves. Literally. When he’s not taking client calls, Yu visits his mother and searches for his father, who invented time travel and then vanished. The key to locating his father may be found in a book. It’s called How to live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe, and somewhere inside it is information that will help him. It may even save his life. From a National Book Foundation’s 5 Under 35 winner; a New York Times Notable Book. 239p.
  • Hyperion

    By Dan Simmons

    Our Price: $7.19
    • Format: Mass Market
    • ISBN-13: 9780553283686
    • Publisher: Spectra
    • Published: December 1995
    A pilgrimage to the realm of the Shrike, a part-god/part-killing machine, provides the travellers the forum to tell their incredible stories
  • The Time Machine (S.F. MASTERWORKS)

    By H.G. Wells

    Our Price: $6.95 - $7.00
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781473217973
    • Publisher: Gollancz
    • Published: July 2017
  • The Time Traveler's Wife

    By Audrey Niffenegger

    Our Price: $8.00
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780156029438
    • Publisher: Harvest / Harcourt, Inc.
    • Published: May 2004
    A novel about a dashing, adventuresome librarian who travels involuntarily through time, and an artist whose life takes a natural sequential course, producing an impossibly romantic trap in this 'spellbinding tale of fate and belief.'544p.
  • Thief of Time (Discworld #26)

    By Terry Pratchett

    Our Price: $8.95
    • Format: Mass Market
    • ISBN-13: 9780062307392
    • Publisher: Harper
    • Published: July 2014
    Time itself is threatened— and it's up to the History Monks to save it in Terry Pratchett's bestselling Discworld® seriesEverybody wants more time. Which is why, on Discworld, only the experts can manage it—the venerable Monks of History who store it and pump it from where it's wasted, like underwater (how much time does a codfish really need?) to places like cities, where busy denizens lament never having enough of it.While everyone talks about slowing down, one young horologist is about to do the unthinkable. He's going to stop. Well, stop time, that is, by building the world's first truly accurate clock. Which means esteemed History Monk Lu-Tze and his apprentice Lobsang Ludd have to put on some speed to stop the timepiece before it starts. For if the Perfect Clock starts ticking, time—as we know it—will end. And then the trouble will really begin . . .

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