Keywords: time travel -- fiction
Herbert George Wells
Year of publication: 0
THE SLEEPER AWAKES A Revised Edition of When the Sleeper Wakes H.G. WELLS PREFACE TO THE NEW EDITION When the Sleeper Wakes, whose title I have now altered to The Sleeper Awakes, was first published as a book in 1899 after a serial appearance in the Graphic and one or two American and colonial periodicals. It is one of the most ambitious and least satisfactory of my books, and I have taken the opportunity afforded by this reprinting to make a number of excisions and alterations. Like most of my ...
Keywords: Dystopias -- Fiction London (England) -- Fiction Science Fiction Technological innovations -- Fiction Time travel -- Fiction Twenty-first century -- Fiction
Clifford Donald Simak
Year of publication: 2007
PROJECT MASTODON By Clifford D. Simak The chief of protocol said, Mr. Hudson ofahMastodonia. The secretary of state held out his hand. Im glad to see you, Mr. Hudson. I understand youve been here several times. Thats right, said Hudson. I had a hard time making your people believe I was in earnest. And are you, Mr. Hudson Believe me, sir, I would not try to fool you. And this Mastodonia, said the secretary, reaching down to tap the document upon the desk. You will pardon me, but Ive never heard ...
Keywords: Science Fiction Time travel -- Fiction
Year of publication: 2008
THE DEFIANT AGENTS BY ANDRE NORTON 1 No windows broke any of the four plain walls of the office there was no focus of outer-world sunlight on the desk there. Yet the five disks set out on its surface appeared to glowperhaps the heat of the mischief they could cause ... had caused ... blazed in them. But fanciful imaginings did not cushion or veil cold, hard fact. Dr. Gordon Ashe, one of the four men peering unhappily at the display, shook his head slightly as if to free his mind of such cobwebs. ...
Keywords: Science Fiction Space and time -- Fiction Time travel -- Fiction