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Review: Exploits in Time by Nicholas C. Thomas
Exploits in Time (Nicholas C. Thomas) is a fantastic collection of 10 stories with original takes on the mysteries of time travel and other ideas in science fiction. Ultimately, it has at least something for everyone with an interest in science fiction, and if you’re lucky, it has even more!
Review: The Mindtraveler by Bonnie Rozanski
Time travel offers another chance to relive parts of your life which don’t turn out the way you’d like. Scientist Margaret Braverman discovers how to travel back in time by transporting her 60 year old mind into her 35 year old body and hopes to do things differently this time around.
But time travel is never as simple as it seems. She can only move a few fingers in her younger body and is forced to watch with fascination and horror as history repeats itself…and she has plenty of trouble in store for her when she returns to the present.
The Mindtraveler is a captivating time travel romance novel with scientific oomph! Unafraid to delve into the realms of time travel and its complications, it provokes moral and philosophical questions if we were given the chance to live our life again. Marrying romance with science and divorcing ignorance from time travel, The Mindtraveler is novel which you can’t put down!
Review: The Accidental Prologue
The Accidental Prologue by Andre Mazeron is an absolutely cracking time travel short story with a wonderful writing style which endears you to the first person character. The mechanics of time travel are integral within the plot which even describes experiments helping to understand how time travel paradoxes can be avoided.