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The Time Ships

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  • Author: Stephen Baxter
  • Publish Date: 1995-11-27
  • Book Awards

    Won 3 awards in total (3 unique awards)
  • 1 British Science Fiction Association
  • 1 John W. Campbell
  • 1 Philip K. Dick

  • Nominated for 4 (4 unique awards)
  • 1 Hugo
  • 1 Locus Science Fiction
  • 1 British Fantasy Society
  • 1 Arthur C. Clarke

  • Book Award Years
    1996 Hugo Nominated: The Time Ships
    1996 Locus Science Fiction Nominated: The Time Ships
    1996 British Fantasy Society Award Nominated: The Time Ships
    1996 John W. Campell Award Winner: The Time Ships
    1996 Philip K. Dick Award Winner: The Time Ships
    1996 Authur C. Clark Award Nominated: The Time Ships
    1995 British Science Fiction Association Award Winner: The Time Ships

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    By: Anonymous
    2014-04-15 09:19:58

    Without a doubt this is my favourite SF novel. It is a worthy successor to the fabulous novel by H.G.Wells and is one of those rare SF books that bears multiple re-readings. It's difficult to find SF with great hard SF ideas that don't also make you cringe at the quality of the writing (think Arthur C Clarke!). There's relatively little that's cringeworthy in this book.

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