Tag Archives: The Time Traveller’s Almanac

Review of If Ever I Should Leave You by Pamela Sargent

The narrator of this story remains nameless. Her husband is Yuri Malenkov, and when we meet them, Yuri is dying – having cheated death for around three hundred years – apparently that’s what people do. In the last six months … Continue reading

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Review of Bad Timing by Molly Brown

Alan Strong works in the Archives Department at the Colson Time Studies Institute some three hundred years in the future. One day, when he arrives at work, his friend Joe Twofingers draws his attention to a fiction story in a … Continue reading

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Review of In the Tube by EF Benson

In this story, the narrator is visiting an Anthony Carling. After dinner, all the other guests leave, and the narrator remains as an overnight guest. Anthony is quite a philosophical character, and the discussion turns to time and eternity, how … Continue reading

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