Misunderstanding Time Travel

I promise I’ll get round to a longer blog entry over the weekend, but I couldn’t resist commenting briefly on this paragraph from Peter Bradshaw’s review of The Time Traveler’s Wife. It is very silly and of course cannot submit to close inspection. Making brief visits to an unalterable past is one thing, but how… Continue reading Misunderstanding Time Travel

The Time-Traveller’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger

Amazon link This is book five in my attempt to read fifty books in 2005. In many ways this is a lot like Slaughterhouse Five. Henry DeTamble is adrift in time in much the same way as Billy Pilgrim but although she starts with a similar premise to Vonnegut, Niffenegger’s novel turns out very differently.… Continue reading The Time-Traveller’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger