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I don't know if I would call this story "awe-inspiring" as another listener did but it was certainly a very good story. I thought the reader was quite good as well. Five stars, overall.
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Would you listen to Time and Time Again again? Why?
No. I don't like re-runs.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Time and Time Again?
Waking up as yourself but at a different time in your life.
What about Jim Roberts’s performance did you like?
It was fine.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
I wouldn't. It is too short of a subject.
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Bought this on a whim as it is only 46 minutes long and was cheap. This is old Sci-fi, read in a slow, croaky voice reminiscent of Harry Enfield's 'Cholmondley-Warner' character. The characters at times drift into two dimensions but never extend to the heady heights of three. This was the authors first published work (1947) and seems to reflect the collective shock of the dawn of the Nuclear Age. Whereas the synopsis talks of a man returning to his childhood remembering his adult life, it deals predominantly with the opportunity to change the future and avoid WWIII rather than any other 'what-if?' scenario. Although he goes back and tells his father the truth (who takes it all rather well), the author does not address any resulting emotional issues and gets straight on with the business of the two 'men' planning their world-saving strategy!
All-in-all, a harmless 46-minutes which is another example of doom-laden sci-fi following Hiroshima.
Purely as an aside, the author eventually committed suicide, although there was a suggestion that he did this purely to spite his wife, preventing her from collecting an insurance policy! Couldn't he have just canceled it? (courtesy of Wikipedia)