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OUT OF TIME (A Bantam Spectra book)

by James P. Hogan

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My reactions to reading this in 1995. Spoilers follow.

I believe that the Locus review of this story read like something that fell out of the submission pile of a 1940s Astounding. There’s some truth in that opinion. It does read like a story from them with its shallow characters (including a broadly drawn – though smart – Irish priest) and its easy acceptance of its fantastic premise (here other dimensional beings who are eating our time up) and its equally easy discovery of a solution. The best part of the story is the bits – all too brief – showing the effect of time passing at different rates in different parts of New York City. My favorite was taking out insurance on accidents that already had happened in other parts of the city in the future. ( )
  RandyStafford | May 5, 2013 |
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Joe Kopeksky consults with physicists, psychics, and priests in his desperate attempt to discover why time has gone awry all over New York City. By the author of The Proteus Operation.

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