No enemy but time: a novel

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Timescape, 1982 - Fiction - 339 pages
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John Monegal, a.k.a. Joshua Kampa, is torn between two worldsłthe Early Pleistocene Africa of his dreams and the twentieth-century reality of his waking life. These worlds are transposed when a government experiment sends him over a million years back in time. Here, John builds a new life as part of a tribe of protohumans. But the reality of early Africa is much more challenging than his fantasies. With the landscape, the species, and John himself evolving, he reaches a temporal crossroads where he must decide whether the past or the future will be his present.

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Review: No Enemy but Time

User Review  - Scott Harris - Goodreads

Time travel, simulacrums and evolutionary breeding make for a compelling read. I struggled a little with Bishop's ability to construct the relationship between Joshua and Helen, without reverting to ... Read full review

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User Review  - Julian Schwarzenbach - Goodreads

A good book taking a slightly different slant on time travel that generally managed to avoid the paradoxes often encountered with time travel type stories. However, it somehow did not spark my ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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