Tales In Time Volume Three
Illustrations by:Brenda Laster
Copyright 2003 by David Rucker. All rights reserved
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The included poem, The Village Blacksmith, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow is in the public domain.
Dedicated to all those who enjoy mystical tales and the words “What If…?”
Tales In Time I, found Trolamahr, accidentally in her future, and Paula accidentally in a far corner of her universe. Both returned to recommence their normal lives. It is difficult to imagine that either was unaffected by their most unusual travel experience. Anyone who encounters the future, or a significant displacement in the universe, would, in all likelihood, be profoundly changed in their life’s attitudes, and thinkings.