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James P. Hogan
Birth date: June 27, 1941
Died: July 12, 2010
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Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios rated it 3 years ago
(Original Review, 1980-11-06)The most well thought out model of time-travel I have ever seen in a novel was in Hogan's "Thrice Upon a Time". This book ascribes to the "reset" theory of world-lines; if you send a message into the past (no matter travels cross-time in this book but it doesn't seem to ...
YouKneeK rated it 7 years ago
I didn’t read the synopsis for this book until after I had read the book. I’m glad I didn’t, because the synopsis pretty much sums up the first third of the book. Where’s the fun in that?After I had read a few pages, my initial thought was that this was going to be a “computers take over the world...
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Tolle Lege!. rated it 8 years ago
There are two kinds of time travel works of fiction. The one were the time travel just happens and the other one were the author takes you through every step of the science and the possible paradoxes involved. This book is of the later category. The author really understands physics and logic and kn...
Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it 8 years ago
This is the third of the Giants novels, after Inherit the Stars and The Gentle Giants of Ganymede. In the first novel, a body is found inside a space suit on the moon--and turns out to be 50 thousand years old. Later, on Ganymede, is found a derelict alien ship, with the remains of alien giants--and...
Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it 8 years ago
I have sixteen Hogan books on my shelves. I've been rereading them years after having bought them to decide which to keep. I've read a dozen of those now, and this is the first one that makes me understand why Isaac Asimov and Arthur C. Clarke once praised Hogan as worthy to be counted in their comp...
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