Time Travel Tales

Time Travel Tales From rampaging Tyrannosauruses to an army of duplicate versions of your future self time travel is a genre where anything is possible This anthology contains new time travel short stories mixed with

  • Title: Time Travel Tales
  • Author: Zach Chapman Brian Trent Catherine Wells Sean Williams Stewart C. Baker Robert Silverberg H.L. Fullerton Auston Habershaw
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • From rampaging Tyrannosauruses to an army of duplicate versions of your future self, time travel is a genre where anything is possible This anthology contains new time travel short stories, mixed with some of the best stories published this century, including New York Times best sellers, Nebula and Hugo nominated writers and winners, as well as some new talented authors From rampaging Tyrannosauruses to an army of duplicate versions of your future self, time travel is a genre where anything is possible This anthology contains new time travel short stories, mixed with some of the best stories published this century, including New York Times best sellers, Nebula and Hugo nominated writers and winners, as well as some new talented authors though, in our timeline they re already best sellers Edited by Zach Chapman Stories by Brian Trent, Catherine Wells, Sean Williams, Stewart C Baker, Robert Silverberg, HL Fullerton, Auston Habershaw, Brenda Anderson, SL Huang, Tony Pi, Steve Simpson, K Kazul Wolf, Rasheedah Phillips, Martin L Shoemaker, Alter Reiss, David Steffen, John A Frochio, Alisa Alering, Desmond Warzel, and Rosemary Claire Smith.

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    1. I was very kindly provided with a review copy of Time Travel Tales by one of the authors.A longer review will appear on my blog Kathryn's Inbox soon.

    2. “Time Travel Tales” isn’t just an anthology for fans of sci-fi or fantasy, it’s an anthology for people who like great stories—and who doesn’t? There’s a great mix of genres and voices represented that make for a truly well-rounded and meaningful read.Although this anthology is full of amazing stories (20!), if you don’t have time to read them all, here are my top 5 recommendations in order of appearance:*A Map of the Mines of Barnath by Sean Williams
Dark and a bit long, but i [...]

    3. First of, I have to say that my copy of this book was complimentary from one of the contributors (Sean Williams).Time travel is a science fiction trope that has, over the years, been more badly done than better. This one leans towards the better one. Like all good time travel stories, there is no clear explanation as to how the technology works. Since HG Wells, these stories have never been about the technology. There are machines, alien technology, magic, and even it just happens covered in thi [...]

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