Time and Again
Publish date: January 15th 1986
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Pages no: 399
Edition language: English
Series: Time (#1)
I read this book ages ago, when I happened to find it at my parents' house when I was home from College. I still remember becoming so lost in the story that I lost all tack and time (I know, the irony of it all) and only realized by the last page that it was now the wee hours of the morning. I st...
A novel really unique, published in 1970 with a sequel in 1995 (the last novel published by Finney before dying, "From Time to Time"). Written in a style seemingly simple, smooth and pleasantly vivid as fresh spring water, this novel captures the reader from the first line with the scenes of an ever...
Bored... I'm about half way through the book, but have no interest at all... Moving on...
As part of secret government program Simon Morley, an advertising illustrator, travels back in time. I thought, what a great idea—I’d love to “see” the past through an illustrator’s eyes. However, I quickly became bored by the long, stilted descriptions of 1882 New York City. Finney’s technique o...
Time and Again (The Classic Illustrated Novel) - Jack Finney It had all of the elements that should have made it awesome (history, time travel, hypnotism), but instead I found it dull and flat. Very disappointing, but since it was for book club I powered through and finished it anyway.
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