Publish date: August 5th 2004
Pages no: 575
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Time Travel
, Alternate History
Can you have a mid-life crisis at twenty-four? Or is it just the usual crisis of adulthood, something I was going to have to get used to until I doddered into oblivion? For the past year, I realised, I had been suffering from this pain, this leaking of hot lead in my stomach. Every morning when I aw...
Loved this book from the first page, Stephen Fry has a wonderful turn of phrase and the way, which is so easy to read.The story is different take on time travel and results in history being worse after the first bout of time travel than it originally was. However all things end up as they should by ...
My favourite of Fry's novels, this is an interesting "what if?" story with a great deal of heart.
I have finally met a Fry book I didn't like. Well, I liked it but I didn't love it. It had two of my favourite things going for it and that was Stephen Fry as a writer and science fiction. Unfortunately it didn't mesh as well as I had hoped.The premise is good as it's an alternate universe story abo...
The most excellent Stephen Fry at his very best!!