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The premise of the book -- scientists trying to contact the near past in order to divert environmental disaster -- is interesting. Read morePublished on March 16 2004 by Kathy Christman
...buried in 500 pages of tiresome drivel.
Fortunately it's easy to skim through or even skip 30 or 40 pages at a time without missing anything "important. Read more
This is one of the best time travel / warp books written. Benford pushes the genre of "hard science" fiction in this novel, so be prepared. Read morePublished on Nov. 22 2002 by Tom Wilkinson
1. This book actually tells you what food items are available in a restaurant menu!
2. This book is not environmental friendly, because only 10% of the 400 pages tells a... Read more
Outside of '1984', this is the one sci-fi book that really stayed with me. The science (as presented) was very believable, and the depiction of what the lives of scientists are... Read morePublished on March 5 2002 by Dan Gladstone
When reading Timescape in the here and now one could feel a bit cynical and criticise the novel on a number of fronts. For its time, however, Timescape was groundbreaking stuff. Read morePublished on Jan. 6 2002 by Michael J. Lane
I have read this book three times, and will read it again in the future. The problems of time-travel are usually skimmed over in science fiction. Read morePublished on Dec 19 2001 by Donna Mearing
Can I go back in time, maybe just before I bought this book? The book starts great and I was looking forward to enjoy a well written story. Read morePublished on Dec 15 2001