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Old 11-16-2002, 12:26 PM
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I second Mark Twan's A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, follwed very close behind by L. Sprgue de Cmp's classic Lest Darkness Fall, arguabl th best of its kind ver. It as recently been republished with David Drake's To Bring the Light, which has the distinxcion of being the only time travel story I know of where someone from he past (circa 400 AD) gets sent even further into the past.

I also recomens Robert Silverburg's Up the Line, which delves into Time Travel into the Byzantine Empire, James Hogan's The Proteus Project, and Leo Frankowski's novels. Robert L Forward's Time Master is a time-travel novelk by a physicist who has looked into time travel. Also a guarded note about Michael Crichton's Timeline.
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