"Invigorating and convincing. Green is certainly one of Canada's finest writers, and his realistic characters and settings allow us to find parallels to our own lives."
-- Charles de Lint
"An enthralling philosophical odyssey, breathtaking in scope, dazzling in delivery."
-- Andrew Weiner, author of Getting Near the End
"Green's work is a snappy time-travelling nuclear-bomb thriller featuring Greenpeace, Inca magic and French bomb-testing."
-- The Globe and Mail
"Green creates a unique forum for an investigation into the nature of human character and then, with wit and intellect, takes full advantage of his creation. This is a questioning novel that touches brilliance, a book that wonders as much about the lessons of the past as about our possible future."
-- Books in Canada
"(Sailing Time's Oceans) has been brought back to life by Robert J. Sawyer Books and this time it deserves the attention of genre and mainstream readers alike. It is a wonderful, wise and emotional novel by one of Toronto's finest writers."
-- Sunday Book Review
About the Author
Terence M. Green is the Aurora and World Fantasy Award-nominated author of Shadow of Ashland and A Witness to Life. His short fiction has appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction and The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. He lives in Toronto.