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Publisher's Summary

The long-awaited sequel to Time and Again . Si Morley is back and the world may never be the same.
When Time and Again was published in 1970, it immediately developed a loyal following that has grown with each passing year. With this book, Jack Finney returned to the same magical territory and finds Ruben Prien still at work with the Project, still dreaming of altering man's fate by going back in time to adjust events... to interfere, some might say, with destiny.
Once again, the conduit to that bygone era is Simon Morley, the man who actually proved himself capable of traveling back and forth in time. This time, he does so with a grand purpose: an attempt to prevent World War I.
From Time to Time is a tale that is both thrilling and nostalgic, magical and terrifying, charming and full of suspense.
Listen to the first book, Time and Again.
©1995 Jack Finney (P)2011 Simon & Schuster
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Critic Reviews

"Finney takes us on an ebulliently guided tour of old New York." (Frank Rich, The New York Times Book Review)
"In more ways than one, reading Jack Finney will transport you back to a better time." ( The Washington Post Book World)
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3 out of 5 stars
By Simone on 12-18-13

The Fate of a Sequel

Ever have the feeling when reading a book that you must have skipped a page (or two, or three… or ten) because the story suddenly makes NO SENSE?

This is the sensation I had throughout most of this book. I can’t tell you with any certainty if it’s the story jumping around or if it’s my attention fading in and out but I was clearly not as riveted to this book as I was to Book 1! ("Time and Again" - Excellent!!) I think I missed a few crucial threads early on.

It’s the fate of a sequel I guess; the better the predecessor, the higher the standards for the following instalments.

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7 of 7 people found this review helpful

4 out of 5 stars
By Ursula on 05-04-14

Love the performer but...

the story is a bit long-winded in places and not as intriguing and exciting as the first. Seems there were some holes in the story or I missed something.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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