This collection of twelve wonderfully well-written
tales centers on the paradox of time travel with some tales
going back into the past and other forward into the
future. This reviewer's personal preferences are those
tales that focus on the impact of someone altering an
acceptable historical event (unless someone drifts back and
takes away the EC comic involving sending a probe back to
the dinosaur age that I read as a child). Each entry is
fun and supports the limitless possibilities of what if
that makes time paradoxes so engaging and imaginative, and
time streams so impossible to grasp. These dozen are very
good and entertaining. These strong authors provide
readers with near perfect contributions for inclusion in
12 all-original tales of intrepid travelers in time who may find that the journey home can last forever...
Some of the most forward-thinking science fiction writers of our time take on the neverending paradoxes of time travel-in this original anthology of all-new tales by Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Peter Crowther, Jane Lindskold, Robin Wayne Bailey, Gary Braunbeck, Dean Wesley Smith, Jody Lynn Nye, James P. Hogan, and others.