Rivers of Time - L. Sprague de Camp Reviews
Description:ISBN 067172195X / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: L. Sprague de Camp / Mass Market Paperback / 272 Pages / Book is published 1993-12-31 by Baen Books
Newest Review: ... has discovered a means of travelling in time, Rivers joins forces with others in his business to form a Consortium that will ... more
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by - written on 21/06/11 (Very useful, 5 readings)
Rivers Of Time is a collection of connected short stories, previously published seperately, all following the adventures of Reginald Rivers as he leads rich people back in time for the ultimate Safari. Australian Reginald Rivers is a hunter who originally runs Big Game Safari's but as more and more laws start coming in protecting certain species, he finds his client list slowly dropping off. When a University in America declares that it has discovered a means of travelling in time, Rivers joins forces with others in his business to form a Consortium that will utilise this new technology and help finance its cost. Because time travel is a very expensive ... Read the complete review
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