Hardboiled time cop is stranded in a time loop during the age of dinosaurs, and has to untangle a muddled web of intrigue and time paradoxes to get home alive.
Four people venture to the end of Earth’s future to prevent a nekrotic plague of pure negative energy from destroying all of time. Along the way, they make a lengthy pitstop.
Three short novels of space, in the fine tradition of ’50s pulp. Stories of Earth lost and found, of Earth decadent and pacified, of space battles and time travel and intrigue.
Hawksbill Station, the prison at the end of time: a gulag in the Precambrian era for political extremists and protesters. A captivating story laden with concepts that demand introspection.
Heinlein’s “The Door Into Summer” is highly regarded as one of the all-time classic time travel stories, and one of Heinlein’s early-career masterpieces. Does it still hold up, sixty-plus years after the fact, and is its acclaim warranted in the first place?
Collection of Robert Silverberg’s earliest stories, very pulpy, sometimes tacky, but all of them entertaining. If you can overlook their nature, they’re fun, exciting, and thrilling.
Disillusioned Great War vet is sucked into a world of fantasy and intrigue, finding himself on the deck of a golden Babylonian vessel upon which an evil priest and good priestess have raged war eternally.
Barbarian nomad chief is plucked from his time moments before death and deposited in the future. There, he figures his best bet is to join a virtual reality MMORPG to become… a nomad chieftain. Whatever works.