As a science fiction fan, one of my favorite sub-genres is time travel. I’ve always been intrigued by the idea of it, probably since I read H.G. Well’s The Time Machine when I was about 10-years-old, and happened to see the movie shortly thereafter.
So, I had a hankering to read some more such stories this Summer and picked-up (okay, downloaded) a couple of very reasonably priced Kindle collections.
I’ve completed the first one, The Time Travel Megapack which gives you 26 very good stories featuring all flavors of time travel. Some are serious, some not so serious. Almost all are a very good read. Note that the majority of these stories are not “moldy oldies” dug-up from the public domain pit but are recently published (within the past few years).
Note: I’m not a physicist, so I don’t concern myself (when reading escapist literature) with the plausibility of “how” the author’s time machine works. I just enjoy the ride.
Here’s the best part: You get hours (and I do mean hours; this is a big book) of pleasure for 99-cents! I heartily recommend it.
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