Doomsday Book

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Bantam Books, 1994 - Fiction - 578 pages
37 Reviews
For nearly a decade, Willis has dazzled readers with her short fiction. Her first novel, Lincoln's Dreams, received unanimous high praise and won the John W. Campbell Award. Now she pens a sensational work about human struggle and redemption set in the time of the Black Plague.

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This book started out with an awesome premise. - Goodreads
But I still expected a coherent and interesting plot. - Goodreads
And it sure doesn't advance the plot at all. - Goodreads

Review: Doomsday Book (Oxford Time Travel #1)

User Review  - Ashley - Goodreads

Well, I can safely say this is the best book I've ever read about time-traveling historians and deadly diseases that kill a shit ton of people. And no, it's not the only book I've read about that! I ... Read full review

Review: Doomsday Book (Oxford Time Travel #1)

User Review  - Glenn Russell - Goodreads

The Doomsday Book by the American author Connie Willis is an amazing, unique, captivating 600 page novel taking place in two times concurrently: near-future Oxford, England and a 14th Century medieval ... Read full review

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About the author (1994)

Connie Willis is the award-winning author of Doomsday Book, Passage, To Say Nothing of the Dog and Bellwether. Connie has been awarded 10 Hugo Awards, 11 Locus Poll Awards and 6 Nebula Awards.

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