Critically acclaimed as one of the most brilliant storytellers of our time, FElix J. Palma has received more than 100 awards-including the Ateneo de Sevila XL Prize for The Map of Time. In London at the end of the 19th century, as Jack the Ripper terrorizes the East End, H.G. Wells is called upon to investigate numerous incidents being reported as time travel. Wells is highly skeptical as he begins his search-but what he comes to discover is shocking.
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by Felix J. Palma
by Andrew J. Fenady
by Thomas J. Peters, Robert H. Waterman
by Sarah J. Maas
by Connie Willis
by John Train
by Gordon Korman
by James Kaler
by Ralph Cotton
by Cotton Smith
by Chuck Palahniuk
"Palma pays homage to H.G. Wells and his science fiction classic THE TIME MACHINE. The interlocking stories of alleged time travel in the Victorian era, all of which have Wells at the center, are ably narrated by James Langton. Langton presents Wells and the rest of the cast of characters with humor and a clear voice so that even their tendency to engage in long periods of exposition about the history and nature of time travel does not slow the pace of this engaging audiobook. Thanks to Palma's fascinating plot and Langton's able narration, the 20 hours of this production fly past, as if the listener had a time machine of his or her own. J.L.K. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"
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