Them Bones - Howard Waldrop Reviews
Description:ISBN 092948004X / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Howard Waldrop / Edition: First Edition / Hardcover / 250 Pages / Book is published ... more
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by - written on 08/03/11 (Very useful, 5 readings)
Them Bones is a classic sci-fi time travel novel from cult author, Howard Waldrop. Waldrop has something of a reputation amongst his fans as an excellent short-story writer but this is the only one of his novels that I have ever read. And, from this first evidence, his writing seems okay but nothing that exciting! This is unfortunate because time travel has always been a favourite subject of mine and this book really doesn't do it justice! Leake is a soldier in a futuristic military force who is sent back in time from an alternative 2002 to alter the past and prevent world war III from starting. He is supposed to be the first of another 146 troops ... Read the complete review
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