Category Archives: Time Travel

#16 – The Time Machine Review – H.G. Wells

Summary | Review | Buy Although it clocks in at less than 150 pages long, H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine is still one of the most influential Science Fiction novels ever written. Not only was it the first book to … Continue reading

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#23 – Slaughterhouse Five Review – Kurt Vonnegut

Summary | Review | Buy I should probably be clear about this from the very start: Kurt Vonnegut is one of my favorite writers of all time and Slaughterhouse Five is probably the best book he’s ever written in my … Continue reading

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#52 – The End of Eternity Review – Isaac Asimov

Time travel is an idea that has been examined by science fiction writers for almost as long as the genre has existed. Whether it’s being used to provide a shocking glimpse into the far future of humanity (as in H.G. … Continue reading

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#57 – The Sirens of Titan Review – Kurt Vonnegut

Summary | Review | Buy As I mentioned before in my review of Cat’s Cradle, The Sirens of Titan is probably my favorite novel that Kurt Vonnegut ever wrote. If this were my list (and I may make one someday), … Continue reading

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#76 – Ilium Review – Dan Simmons

Summary | Review | Buy No other author that I know of is better at infusing Science Fiction with elements of classic literature and epic storytelling than Dan Simmons. Where other writers are content to work within the confines of … Continue reading

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