Reviews and Blog Posts: time travel

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Hollow world

by Michael J. Sullivan

DPL Rating:
3

Ellis Rogers has built a time machine in his garage. When he gets a terminal diagnosis, there seem to be no more reasons not to take the risk and try it out. He intends to go 200 years into the future, but he ends up in the world more than...

The glass sentence

by S. E. Grove

DPL Rating:
4

What if the world was divided not only by countries, but by eras in time as well? This is what happens to the Earth after the Great Disruption which leaves North America with multiple eras- from an ice age to Boston in 1891. Sophia is part of a family of...

Numbercruncher

by Simon Spurrier

DPL Rating:
4

Have you ever felt like we're all just numbers, being watched over by the great cosmic accountant? Welcome to the world of Numbercruncher. In this genre-mashup graphic novel (the creator describes it as a "metaphysical black-comedy romantic crime noir thriller"), genius Richard Thyme dies young, but not before figuring out...

About time

DPL Rating:
4

On his 21st birthday, Tim (Domhnall Gleeson) learns he has a genetic pre-disposition for time travel. With guidance from his father (Bill Nighy), he sets out to use his powers to find love. He quickly finds out that being able to "fix" your mistakes and smooth out the bumpy moments...

Fortunately, the milk

by Neil Gaiman

DPL Rating:
5

Neil Gaiman's narration of his wonderful story of a father thwarted on his way home from buying milk will have you laughing out loud! The alien voices are particularly enjoyable. A fun activity for a Family Book Club, enjoy the book's illustrations along with Gaiman's entertaining performance simultaneously. You'll never...

Fortunately, the milk

by Neil Gaiman

DPL Rating:
4

Fortunately, Neil Gaiman and Scottie Young collaborated on this book, because it's wonderful. Only Gaiman could turn a quick trip to the corner market for milk into a grand adventure full of aliens, time-traveling dinosaurs, vampires, pirates, and even a few ponies. Scottie Young's illustrations are the perfect accompaniment. His...

Fortunately, the milk

by Neil Gaiman

DPL Rating:
5

Love this story of a father going out to get milk for his children's cereal and his morning tea and his wild adventures coming back from the store. This is a great read aloud story. Read the ebook, listened to the audioebook and read the print version. Recommend snuggling up...

Captain Marvel. [Vol. 1], In pursuit of flight

by Kelly Sue DeConnick

DPL Rating:
4

I'll admit, I hadn't heard of Captain Marvel until last year's Denver Comic Con, so I was intrigued by this collection. While I enjoyed the stories contained in In Pursuit of Flight, I REALLY appreciated the 4-page rundown of the history of Captain Marvel/Carol Danvers included at the end of...

London calling

by Edward Bloor

DPL Rating:
4

Martin is a 7th grade student attending a private, Catholic school and he's just been struck across the face by the school's bully for sticking up for his friend.  It's the last day before summer break, but the thought of ever returning is less desirable than a root canal.  Martin's...

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