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The Best Time Travel Stories of the 20th Century

The Best Time Travel Stories of the Century: Stories by Arthur C. Clarke, Jack Finney, Joe Haldeman, Ursula K.

Time and Again by Jack Finney  My Favorite Time Travel Book!

Time and Again is one of Jack Finney’s most recognized novels, telling the story of an illustrator by the name of Si Morley who suddenly and unexpectedly travels back in time to New York in the relishing the joys of a simpler and quainter time.

Nora Roberts returns with Dark Witch, the first book of her new Cousins O'Dwyer Trilogy. Set in Ireland, the story follows a young woman as she is reunited with long-lost family, falls in love with a cowboy, and discovers an evil secret.

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Live Love Laugh

The Paperback of the Sharing a Laugh: Heartwarming and Sidesplitting Stories from Patsy Clairmont, Barbara Johnson, Nicole Johnson, Marilyn Meberg, Luci

Time and Again by Jack Finney on Glose

Time and Again by Jack Finney Rediscover the beloved classic, Time and Again—hailed as “THE great time-travel story” by Stephen King, now with masterfully

Bid Time Return/Somewhere in Time by Richard Matheson

"Somewhere in Time", originally titled as "Bid Time Return" by Richard Matheson. This Love Story speaks to a Love that transcends time. This book was later turned into a movie.

The Bear by Claire Cameron - There will likely be very strong opinions about this book which may or may not make it a great book discussion pick - Mike, Adult Services

The Bear by Claire Cameron. A powerfully suspenseful story narrated by a young girl who must fend for herself and her little brother after a brutal bear attack. by Claire Cameron

Shadow of the Titanic - stories of the survivors and what happened to them.

"The Titanic's passenger list boasted a disproportionate number of colourful characters, and Wilson's detail is dizzyingly impressive. Shadow of the Titanic shows the ship's fate as a fount of moral dilemmas." -- Mail on Sunday (UK)