Lauren finds herself up a tree dressed only in her undies (not the way she usually dresses to go out). A millennium in the future Elisia’s newest and youngest perfect finds an anomaly: a fifteenth century monk describes a most improbable holy relic which sounds suspiciously like a bra and pair of pants. Katya, her unusually aggressive guard, an even less appealing alien and sundry other handicaps set out to rescue Lauren. Time’s a funny thing. It doesn’t just pass. Sometimes it turns back and bites you on the bum.
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The Book Didn't Mention Aliens: Time and Time Again Part I based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
An excellent debut novel from an outstandingly talented new author. Expertly combining history, science fiction and humour, the story is set partly in the future, where the human race has left Earth and founded new colonies on other planets, and partly in 15th century England. With some brilliant and thoroughly believable (and often unlikeable) characters, this makes a fantastic read. The narrative is witty and hugely entertaining, and will leave you waiting impatiently for Book Two.