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Meddlers In Time by Wayne Watson
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May 24, 2010

it was ok
bookshelves: sci-fi-time-travel

A very strange writing style (among other things) made this a difficult book to read - this being true of the early chapters especially which contains list of equipment and to-do lists. I found this part of the book very boring.

These time-travellers have no qualms about introducing (future) technologies into the past they travel to: guns, vehicles, telephones etc: no problems introducing these technologies into the 9th Century. The resultant changes in history are called new realities.

I struggled to see the point of the story which seemed to go on from one event to another without any real point or objective.

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