When two chrononauts from the 24th century travel back in time, they inadvertently disrupt the ill-fated voyage of the Hindenburg, causing it to land successfully. Now, lost in a parallel universe, their mistake will be felt by every single human being. BONUS AUDIO: Author Allen Steele explains what convinced him to write this Hugo Award-winning novella, despite vowing never to touch the subject of time travel.
Hugo Award, Best Novella, 1998
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Some good ideas, but no follow through.
No, great ideas but as a whole it was not good enough.
I liked the narrator and would try him.
The ending was just too contrived. It felt as if the writer was chasing a deadline.
Great ideas but not good enough.