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on July 15, 2011 :
Time Zone is the best time travel book yet.
It deals with the problem of time and fate and what must happen if you slip the time stream. You change things, but not in a way you control, and you come out different from the person who went in.
What makes the book exceptional is that it illustrates what it's saying by its structure. The reader walks into a series of vignettes that don't seem connected. But they are, and you're experiencing the story the way the characters do.
By the time you exit this short book, you've come to identify with the characters, to understand their journey, what they've given up for their adventure and what they've gained.
Warning: The linear time travel story, where the hero goes back and changes an outcome, will never seem as convincing after Time Zone.
(review of free book)