Thrice Upon a Time
by James P. Hogan

Another excellent science fiction novel about communication between the present, the past, and the future. There is not much action in this novel. It consists mainly of conversations between the characters about the implications of transmitting information to people living on an earlier time-line. It is deeply cosmological. The action and suspense pick up near the end and, as usual, the plot is clever.

Year Read: 2000


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