Publish date: 2014-04-15
Publisher: Tachyon Publications
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Time Travel
, Post Apocalyptic
2.5 stars (I'm unwilling to put it in the same company as some of my 2-star books, but I'm not sure it's strong enough for 3 stars).A terminally ill man builds a time machine in his garage, throws caution to the wind, and travels to the future just in time to witness an incredibly rare murder. Murde...
When Ellis Rogers is told he has little time left to live, laughter is probably not the response his doctor expected. Laughter may not be how he expect to react to news of his looming mortality. But as it turns out Ellis Rogers may have all the time in the world, or if he's wrong, no time at all. ...
I'll be honest with you:Michael J. Sullivan wrote this book, so I went in knowing I'd love it. What I didn't expect, was just how intricate a story he'd weave; How he made the characters interesting, unique and the focal point when the reader is learning everything about the world they're in; How ...
Answer: When two Average Joe's from the 21st century find themselves in the 41st century where it's all good. We have all the natural resources we need, everybody has plenty of food and water. We found a cure for not only disease but also death. War and crime both have been eliminated. Workin...
"Oh I do like you, Mr. Rogers." "I like you too, Sol. Sol…" He repeated the name thoughtfully. "It's another word for sun," she said."And a Martian day," he added. "And an abbreviation for solution." "And an acronym for shit outta luck". This made Sol laugh. "I never heard that one. It's nice to...