No Enemy But Time
Joshua Kampa, the illegitimate son of a mute Spanish whore and a black serviceman, has always dreamed of Africa. But his dreams are of an Africa far in the past and are so vivid and in such hallucinatory detail that he is able to question the understanding of eminent palaeontologists. As a result, Joshua is invited to join a most unusual time travel project and is transported millions of years into the past of his dreams.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - StigE - LibraryThing
The main character and narrator drops out of school at 15, yet the narrative voice is that of an old anthropologist. The remaining characters are flat stereotypes. The science is the scifi is of the ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LamontCranston - LibraryThing
Interesting and quite satirical at times, the best parts were set in the Pleistocene while the contemporary setting could tend to drag somewhat. Read full review