The Day Before Tomorrow

The federation considered itself a technological Utopia and the innumerable planets under its sway were guaranteed stability by virtue of the time change teams For whenever a planetary historian located evidence in the past of any newly found world that it might evolve into a possible menace, a team of seven would be sent to tamper with that world s history.But the sevenThe federation considered itself a technological Utopia and the innumerable planets under its sway were guaranteed stability by virtue of the time change teams For whenever a planetary historian located evidence in the past of any newly found world that it might evolve into a possible menace, a team of seven would be sent to tamper with that world s history.But the seven men that went to Ygone encountered a fate no theorist had projected They met with immediate ambush, they met with a strangely peaceful culture that could not be fathomed, and they finally were confronted with all the contradictions and temporal knots that the whole system of time change had to imply.
The Day Before Tomorrow The federation considered itself a technological Utopia and the innumerable planets under its sway were guaranteed stability by virtue of the time change teams For whenever a planetary historian locat

  • Title: The Day Before Tomorrow
  • Author: Gérard Klein P.J. Sokolowski
  • ISBN: 9780879977672
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Day Before Tomorrow”

    1. This novel concerns a group of time-travelers who seek to preserve their civilization by going to the past and altering the destinies of other civilizations in the past so they never become a threat in the future. On one such mission, they begin to encounter resistance from parties unknownThe book started off well - it's usually entertaining to see how authors untie the knots that many time travel stories get themselves into. But in this case the ending fell a little flat. Still an enjoyable rea [...]

    2. I really tried to like a lot this book from Gérard Klein because he deals with time in somehow different nuances than USA authors. However, this book is not at the same level that "The Overlords of War" that read some months ago.Maybe if you read this one first you will find it more enjoyable. At some point, I think it becomes predictable and you kind of guess the plot. I am really struggling to get my hands on SF books written in languages other than English. So, for me reading this book serve [...]

    3. Picked up this little curio because it was French,and therefore guaranteed to be a little different than the average cheesy (and dusty) paperback, and found it to be quite solid. The plot concerns a team of time travelers from a galactic empire who travel plan to destroy a civilization before it can become a threat to the empire, and the mystery they discover when they try to carry out their mission. While the resolution to the plot seemed familiar from other time travel tales, the description o [...]

    4. An intriguing work. One of those time travel works. Perhaps analogous to Asimov's work, "The End of Eternity." Here, the "action" takes place in the Federation. The society is stable, protected by teams who can, through time travel, remove threats to the status quo. A team proceeds to the planet of Ygone and run into a situation the likes of which had not yet been encountered. The strains of creating stasis are worked out in this book.

    5. Inceputul e promitator pentru mine. Arme, deplasari in timpdar se da repede pe alt traseu cartea. Nu e de lasat, dar foarte putin e actiune si tensiune. Recomand.

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