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by Jack Finney

  • ISBN: 0671898841
  • Author: Jack Finney
  • ePub ver: 1863 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 304
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster; First Edition edition (February 16, 1995)
  • Formats: docx lrf mobi lit
  • Category: Fiction
  • Subcategory: United States
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Time and Again (Finney novel). Time and Again is a 1970 illustrated novel by American writer Jack Finney.

Time and Again (Finney novel). The many illustrations in the book are real, though, as explained in an endnote, not all are from the 1882 period in which the actions of the book take place. It had long been rumored that Robert Redford would adapt the book into a movie. The project has never come to fruition.

From Time to Time book. The New York Times Bestseller - Jack Finney's long-awaited sequel to his classic illustrated novel Time and Again

From Time to Time book. The New York Times Bestseller - Jack Finney's long-awaited sequel to his classic illustrated novel Time and Again. This time Reuben Prien at the secret, Project The New York Times Bestseller - Jack Finney's long-awaited sequel to his classic illustrated novel Time and Again.

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In "From Time to Time," Morley, who decided to remain in the past with his beloved Julia, grows curious about the . I didn't particularly want to write a sequel to that book or any other book," Mr. Finney said of "Time and Again

In "From Time to Time," Morley, who decided to remain in the past with his beloved Julia, grows curious about the future. He returns to his own time, is caught up again in the secret project and finds himself in 1912. Finney said of "Time and Again. But something got me interested in the early years of the century," said this author of 15 books, many of them turned into movies: "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" (twice), "Five Against the House," "House of Numbers," "Assault on a Queen," "Good Neighbor Sam" and "Maxie.

From Time to Time, . part of Time and Again Series. This book is a continuation of-a sequel to-a novel called Time and Again. In that book a young man, Simon Morley, is invited to join a secret Project housed in an old Manhattan warehouse. The purpose of this Project is to test the theory of a retired professor of physics, from Harvard. He is Dr. E. Danziger, who believes that the past still exists, and that under certain conditions it might be possible to reach it. Si Morley is one of the very few candidates in the Project who succeeds.

The New York Times Bestseller - Jack Finney's long-awaited sequel to his .

The New York Times Bestseller - Jack Finney's long-awaited sequel to his classic illustrated novel Time and Again. This time Reuben Prien at the secret, Project wants Si to leave his home in the 1880s and visit New York in 1912.

Jack Finney (1911–1995) was the author of the much-loved and critically acclaimed novel Time and Again, as well as its sequel, From Time to Time

Jack Finney (1911–1995) was the author of the much-loved and critically acclaimed novel Time and Again, as well as its sequel, From Time to Time. Best known for his thrillers and science fiction, a number of his books-including Invasion of the Body Snatchers-have been made into movies.

This sequel to Time and Again was published 25 years after the original, and while it does have the same characters, it does not possess the . Jack Finney (1911 - 1995) Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, his given name was John Finney

This sequel to Time and Again was published 25 years after the original, and while it does have the same characters, it does not possess the same intensity and drive as the first book. Jack Finney (1911 - 1995) Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, his given name was John Finney. After the death of his father when he was three years old he was renamed Walter Braden Finney in honour of his father's memory. Despite this, he continued to go by the name "Jack" throughout his life. Finney graduated in 1934 from Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois, and later moved to New York with his family where he worked for an advertising agency.

From Time to Time: The Sequel to Time and Again.

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Jack Finney is the author of more than a dozen novels. He lives in Mill Valley, California.

Hall C. Thorndike, Maine, 1995. And when you awake everything you know about the 20th-century will be gone from your mind. Tonight is January 21, 1882. Jack Finney is the author of more than a dozen novels. One of the most original, readable, and engaging novels to have come along in a long time. The Washington Post Book World.

In the long-awaited sequel to Time and Again, Ruben Prien is attempting to prevent World War I--but the man carrying papers to America that might avert the catastrophe is traveling aboard the Titanic. 125,000 first printing.
Comments (7)

Mogelv
In the words of the Project’s creator, Dr. Danziger, “Never, ever attempt to alter time and happenings, no matter how seemingly insignificant.
That being said, the first chapter of the book is somewhat a harbinger of the novel’s ending; an ending with a huge twist.
Si Morley returns from 1887 to his original present 20th century time. Things are not as he had hoped, whatsoever, regarding the original project of time travel. Eventually he is encouraged to return, for a time, to 1911-1912 New York City instead of returning to the late 19th century; a time in which he chose earlier to spend his life. In 1912, should he change the past or leave it be regarding WW1?
Some characters are familiar and return from the first book; some are new to the new era chosen. Pay particular attention to the “Jotta Girl.”

The novel is written with the same painstaking description as its predecessor, “Time and Again.” The beginning chapters are very good and attention grabbing. The closing chapters, the same. In particular one huge twist, which I doubt anyone will see coming.
Unfortunately, the middle section of the book is rife with description; maybe too much so. There is just so much spent on social graces, plays, vaudeville, etc. Much of it not really necessary.
However, there is enough intrigue to grab your attention in the first and last third sections.
Had Mr. Finney lived, I have a feeling this would have been a trilogy, rather than a two book series. Mind you, these two books had a span of 25 years from the original to the sequel.
“Time and Again” was outstanding, The sequel is very good. Neither is about time travel. It is time travel.
Wymefw
A lovely time travel novel, centered around 3 periods in New York. The oldest is set in the 1880's, the second and most important is just prior to WWI, the target period. The third is roughly the 1960's, the present time when it was first written, and from where it is driven.. It has some wonderful old photographs, which were in-depth researched from various library archives, and which give the settings for the two older periods. The novel moves at a slower pace as it delightfully and fairly convincingly describes what life was like in this great city during these periods and masterfully sets sets the scene as it builds up to an incredible climax to show why time must not be tampered with, if time travel were possible.
Even today it would make a wonderful script for a movie. Someone should point it out to Steven Spielberg!!
Garr
I am a huge fan of time travel fiction, with Finney's Time and Again ranking as my favourite book of all time; therefore, I'm more than a bit biased.

The first novel was such a complete story, that I almost dreaded the idea of revisiting the characters. Who hasn't experienced the disappointment of an author going back to the well one too many times, diminishing their work with each new volume? Not the case here at all; in fact, I was startling surprised with the direction the book took, and more than pleasantly surprised with the plot-line (no spoilers here).

I will admit that on my first reading, some of the foundational work in the middle of the book seemed a little much; however, having read the novel a few more times (which you'll want to as well), I am ever more appreciative of just how much work the author put into really knowing the era he wrote about. If you let yourself become immersed in the story, the time period vividly comes to life in a way most novels only aspire to.

Read in order: 1 - Time and Again, 2 - From Time To Time, these works stand out not just for the time travel exploration, but in the art of storytelling.
Seevinev
This book is a sequel to his 1970 novel "Time and Again". It is definitely not up to that standard, it is just an "OK" historical fiction/time travel book. As far as that goes, it is really more historical fiction than time travel, since the time travel aspect in this book is very muted (although there is a bit of a surprise involving time travel with one of the characters). Almost all of the action takes place in 1912 New York City. There are extended portions of the book (whole chapters) that are merely descriptions of the environment - for example, one chapter is devoted to describing, almost scene-by-scene, a play that the main character is watching in 1912 NY. In a word - BORING! There is very little plot, and what there is of it, isn't really resolved satisfactorily. Not at all like in "Time and Again". Additionally, it is not really a stand-alone story, even for a sequel. If you didn't read "Time and Again", I don't think this story would make much sense to you. Overall, I'm glad I read it as a follow-on story, but it was disappointing.
BoberMod
HUGE disappointment compared to Time and Again!! I love the time period but Finney's descriptions and tiny details are tedious to say the least!! I love historical fiction but this lacks the balance between story line and details that makes a book a pleasure to read. This book was painful!

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