More fabulous fabulation on the theme of time-travel and its paradoxical implications for the unfortunate Trafalgar Hurlock and the rest of the Evolution Limitation Volunteers.
In E.L.V. I, Trafalgar’s team had discovered John, the practical joker who invented the mice who have destroyed the post-sleep world’s data banks of history. Now they need to put things right for the future – but that proves easier said than done.
Bouncing around between the Stone Age, Florence in 1506 and a Roman amphitheatre, every correction that the team makes seems to lead to another historical paradox.
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'It is almost always extremely unwise to rely too heavily on logic where time travel is concerned …'
Trafalgar Hurlock, time-travel pioneer of the post-sleep world, needs to go back in time with his team from the Evolution Limitation Volunteers to sort out some unfortunate effects generated by the last time they went back, when they were trying to sort out … well time travel is a complicated business. Or it was. Or it will be, depending on how you look at it
Bouncing around between the Stone Age, Florence in 1506 and the Roman amphitheatre, every correction the team tries to make seems to make matters worse than they were. Or will be. Or won't be, or …About the Author:
Nick Nielsen is the pseudonym of a well-known writer.
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Book Description Voyager, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0006498892