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Rewrite : loops in the timescape
Benford, Gregory, 1941- author.
First edition.
Publication Information:
New York : SAGA Press, [2018]
Physical Description:
360 pages ; 24 cm
In this thematic sequel to Gregory Benford's award-winning bestseller Timescape , a history professor finds that he is able to travel back to 1968, the year he was sixteen--here, he finds a slew of mentors with the same ability, including Robert Heinlein, Albert Einstein, and Philip K. Dick.

2002: Charlie Moment, a professor of history going through an unpleasant divorce, gets into a car accident and wakes up, fully aware as his adult mind, in his sixteen-year-old body in 1968. He takes what he remembers of the future and uses it for himself in his present, becoming a screenwriter. In a 1980s life of excess, he dies, and wakes up again in his bedroom at sixteen in 1968. Realizing that there is a society of folks who loop through time to change the world for their agenda, Charlie tries to go back and change one of the events of 1968. -- adapted from jacket
General Note:
"[A] thematic companion to ... Timescape" -- jacket.

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