Henry Beam Piper was an American science fiction author who wrote many classic short stories and several novels during the "Golden Age" of science fiction in the USA. In this story, a soldier of the future, wounded badly in battle during World War III, loses consciousness. When he opens his eyes again he finds that he is back in his boyhood past but with all the memories of his adult life intact!More
Science fiction writer H. Beam Piper published this short story, "Time and Time Again", in 1947. A self-educated man, Piper was a prolific writer until his suicide in 1964. In this 46-minute story, a wounded World War III soldier is miraculously transported back to his childhood. Fortunately or unfortunately, he still remembers everything from his adulthood. But, as many writers throughout the centuries have wondered, can the future be altered? Jim Roberts gives an enjoyable performance. His formal tone fits the work while his easy pacing makes the science jargon simple to follow. This audiobook's surprise conclusion will surely satisfy listeners.
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Nice read on the way to work
No. I don't like re-runs.
Waking up as yourself but at a different time in your life.
It was fine.
I wouldn't. It is too short of a subject.