Jack Finney's beloved sequel to his classic, New York Times bestselling illustrated novel Time and Again.
Simon Morley, whose logic-defying trip to the New York City of the 1880s in Time and Again has enchanted readers for twenty-five years, embarks on another trip across the borders of time. This time Reuben Prien at the secret, government-sponsored Project wants Si to leave his home in the 1880s and visit New York in 1912. Si's mission: to protect a man who is traveling across the Atlantic with vital documents that could avert World War I. So one fateful day in 1912, Si finds himself aboard the world's most famous ship...the Titanic.
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by Jack Finney
by Thomas Mann
by Alexander McCall Smith
by Loren D. Estleman
by Donald Kagan
by Philip Kerr
by Gilbert Morris, Lynn Morris
by Philip Jose Farmer
by Robert J. Sawyer
by Alistair Horne
by Andrew Pettegree
"Time-traveling agent for the United States government Simon Morley continues his adventures to alter historical events to prevent WWI, in the sequel to TIME AND AGAIN. Paul Hecht narrates in a strongly masculine voice with steady and deliberate intonations befitting the main character. Hecht seems well matched with Morley, keenly aware of reading emphasis into the more emotional parts and simply narrating sections that are historical re--countings. Hecht reads the listener into the time warp of the story, to be entertained and caught up in the events of history. P.A.J. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine"
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