The second one Time trip Megapack collects 23 extra stories of commute via time, via nice sleek and vintage authors. integrated are:
SEEMS LIKE outdated instances, via Robert J. Sawyer
THE company, AS ordinary, via Mack Reynolds
THROUGH TIME AND house WITH FERDINAND FEGHOOT: 18, via Grendel Briarton
TIME good SPENT, via George Zebrowski
THE DAY TIME STOPPED relocating, by means of Bradner Buckner
SAVING JANE AUSTEN, through Robert Reginald
IN THE playing cards, by means of Alan Cogan
A WITCH IN TIME, through Janet Fox
YESTERDAY'S PAPER, via Boyd Ellanby
A topic OF TIME, by way of Robert Reginald
THE guy WHO observed via TIME, by way of Leonard Raphael
CAVERNS OF TIME, by means of Carlos McCune
THROUGH TIME AND house WITH FERDINAND FEGHOOT: one hundred ten, through Grendel Briarton
LOST IN TIME, through Arthur Leo Zagat
THE LAND the place TIME STOOD nonetheless, by way of Arthur Leo Zagat
OUTSIDE OF TIME, through Carroll John Daly
BULL MOOSE OF BABYLON, by way of Don Wilcox
COMPOUNDED curiosity, via Mack Reynolds
THE guy WHO replaced historical past, via John York Cabot
TIME in your palms, through John York Cabot
INSIDE TIME, via Tim Sullivan
THROUGH TIME AND area WITH FERDINAND FEGHOOT: 116, through Grendel Briarton
THE GALLERY OF HIS desires, by way of Kristine Kathryn Rusch
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