Time and Again - Jack Finney Reviews
Description:ISBN 0671242954 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Jack Finney / Edition: New edition / Paperback / 568 Pages / Book is published ... more
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Time and Again by Jack Finney
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by - written on 08/10/08 (Very useful, 100 readings)
I've just finished Time and Again by author Jack Finney, truly one of the greatest books I ever read. I usually read just before I go to sleep for about half an hour or so, but whilst reading Time and Again, actually putting the book down to go to sleep was such a disappointment! Time and Again is a time travel story, but with an interesting twist. It all begins when Si Morley, a advertising illustrator is asked to take part in a top secret military experiment. Leaving his job, Morley takes them up on the offer. He dispenses with his life in the 20th century and through immersing himself in the culture of life in New York, and with some gentle hypnosis, ... Read the complete review
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