Time Again
As if you could kill time without injuring eternity
- Henry David Thoreau


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In the Garden of Iden [S1]
by Kage Baker (1997)


In the 24th century, the Company preserves works of art and extinct forms of life (for profit of course). It recruits orphans from the past, turns them into immortal cyborgs, and trains them to serve the Company. Mendoza the botanist is sent to Elizabethan England to collect samples from the garden of Sir Walter Iden. But while there, she meets Nicholas Harpole and falls in love.





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Timeline
by Michael Crichton (1999)


When archaeologists make a shocking discovery at a medieval site, they are swept off to the headquarters of a secretive multinational corporation that has developed an astounding technology. Now this group is about to get a chance not to study the past but to enter it. And with history opened up to the present, soon find themselves fighting for their very survival... six hundred years ago.





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Flashforward
by Robert J. Sawyer (1999)


Suddenly, without warning, all seven billion people on Earth black out for more than two minutes. Millions die as planes fall from the sky, people tumble down staircases, and cars plow into each other. During the blackout, everyone experienced a glimpse of what his or her future holds... and the interlocking mosaic of these visions threatens to unravel the present.





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Blackout
by Connie Willis (2010)


Oxford in 2060 is sending scores of time-traveling historians being sent into the past. Three of them are sent to World War II, where they face air raids, blackouts, and dive-bombers... to say nothing of a growing feeling that not only their assignments, but the war and history itself are out of control. They begin to question their belief that no historian can possibly change the past.





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The Long Earth [S1]
by Terry Pratchett & Stephen Baxter (2012)


The Silence was very faint in the office of the transEarth Institute, an arm of the Black Corporation. Almost drowned out by the sounds of the mundane world. The faceless office, all plasterboard and chrome, was dominated by a huge logo, a chesspiece knight. This wasn't Joshua's world. None of it was his world. In fact, when you got right down to it, he didn't have a world... he had all of them.





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Timebound
by Rysa Walker (2012)


When Kate Pierce-Keller’s grandmother gives her a strange blue medallion and speaks of time travel, sixteen-year-old Kate assumes the old woman is delusional. Then Kate learns that an 1893 killing is part of something sinister, and Kate’s genetic ability to time-travel makes her the only one who can fix things. Risking everything, she travels to the Chicago World’s Fair.





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All Our Wrong Todays
by Elan Mastai (2017)


In Tom Barren's 2016, humanity thrives in a techno-utopian paradise of flying cars, moving sidewalks, and moon bases, where avocados never go bad and punk rock never existed... because it wasn't necessary. In a time-travel mishap, Tom finds himself stranded in our 2016, what we think of as the real world. For Tom, our normal reality seems like a dystopian wasteland.





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Recursion
by Blake Crouch (2019)


While investigating the devastating phenomenon dubbed False Memory Syndrome - a mysterious affliction that drives its victims mad with memories of a life they never lived - a NYC cop teams with a neuroscientist who has dedicated her life to creating a technology that will let us preserve our most precious memories. But reality itself is shifting and time is crumbling all around them.





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The Space Between Worlds
by Micaiah Johnson (2020)


Multiverse travel is finally possible, but there’s just one catch. No one can visit a world where their counterpart is still alive. Enter Cara, whose parallel selves happen to be exceptionally good at dying... from disease, turf wars, or vendettas they couldn’t outrun. Cara’s life has been cut short on 372 worlds in total. On this Earth, however, Cara has survived.


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