No Enemy But Time

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Bantam Books, Oct 1, 1989 - Fiction - 338 pages
12 Reviews
John Monegal, a.k.a. Joshua Kampa, is torn between two worldsůthe 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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User Review  - Nigel - Goodreads

Joshua Kampa travels back in time, first in his dreams, then in a kind of reality, where his dreaming visions allow him to access a kind of perfect simulacra of the past, all the way back in ... Read full review

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User Review  - fromcouchtomoon - Goodreads

Blast it! Why did you have to end it that way? I'm going to need a long mull over this one. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
5
Section 3
15
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

MICHAEL BISHOP lives in Wichita, KS with his wife Cindy. His books have been seen on Mtv, in newspapers nationwide, and celebrated highly on the Internet. Critics are hailing him as the Next Generation of Horror after his explosive debut into the literary world. Setting the industry on fire with a new style of twisted imagery and savage story lines. He is now working on the "Raven's Secrets", his next work of maniacal mischief.

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