Any good books about time travel??
Time travellers wife
Time After Time
H. G. Wells. The Time Machine.
Dark Matter by Blake Crouch ?
Rowan Coleman’s Summer of Impossible Things is about time travel, but in a very human story. Michael Crichton ‘s Timeline is lots of fun (castles and medieval stuff)
Time and again by jack finney.
An Ocean of Minutes by Thea Lim
The chronos files by Rhysa Walker
Time and Again by Jack Finney
Lightning by Dean Koontz
Oohh i have this on my bookshelf I’ll read it soon !
Angeline Fortin’s Laird for All Time series: 1 A Laird for All Time 2 A Time & Place for Every Laird 3 Taken 4 Love in the Time of a Highland Laird 5 A Laird to Hold
Kerstin Gier’s Edelstein/Precious Stone Trilogy: 1 Ruby Red 2 Sapphire Blue 3 Emerald Green
Susanna Kearsley’s Mariana
Stephen King’s 11/22/63
The time machine by Wells
@Sean Damn you Sean, that’s another one I NEED to read. I better live a really long time!
@Febinger it’s a good read, Wells is great
@Sean so many, many books. I just read Romeo and Juliet, it was you who convinced me I could do it, and I loved it. I tried Virginia Woolf but gave up. I’ve got Dickens, Wharton, Joyce so many I want to try. I’m having the time of my life with my kindle and the free books!
@Febinger I’m not a Woolf fan either. How did you find Romeo and Juliet ?
@Sean accessible, and good. I was afraid the play format would throw me off( the Crucible is the only play I’ve read) but it didn’t. I really flew through it.
@Febinger glad you enjoyed it ?
Melissa Mayhue’s Daughters of the Glen Series
11.22.63 Steven King… brilliant. Goes back in time to prevent the JFK assassination
It was much different than I expected because it’s more about the time travel and how it affects the future. I still loved it though, and the ending is perfect.
I saw a quote recently where it said Characters are always afraid of time travel and doing one small thing to change the world, and yet, we believe no small thing we do today can make a difference.
On that note, go out and vote
Time travel series by Monique Martin.
Octavia E. Butler’s Kindred
11.22.63 is the only one I’ll recommend
? time travelers wife was too much page jumping
That’s fab but that’s too much for me ?
@Savanah I know I was about to quit hehehe but made it to the end .
Michael Crichton’s Timeline
Jude Deveraux The Summerhouse
Ken Grimwood’s Replay …..(was really good)
fantastic book, one of the few I have ever reread.
Can only find German version of this book
@Denise Replay, top ten of all time
The Time Travelers Wife
Just One Damned Thing After Another (The Chronicles of St Mary’s Series) by Jodi Taylor
How to stop time.
The Doomsday Book by Connie Willis
Love time travel— -Kindred by Octavia E. Butler -Time and Again by Jack Finney -Doomsday Book by Connie Willis -Replay by Ken Grimwood -The Scribe of Siena by Melodie Winawer -The Outcasts of Time by Ian Mortimer -Reflections in the Nile by Susanne Frank
A Taveler in Time!! It’s one of the best time travel books no one knows about ?
@Lissa do you remember the author?
A knight in shining armor
Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy
The Mirror by Marlys Millhiser
My all time favorite!! ❤️
Constance O’day Flannery….her books are time travel. Romance though.
Time keeper by Mitch albom
Wow! Thank you everybody! Looks like I’ll be busy for awhile ?
The Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon, I love the 80s by Megan Crane !
Dark matter by Blake crouch
11/22/63, The Mirror, How to Stop Time
Kindred and Dark Matter
Outlander; Time Travellers Wife; Kindred; the St Mary’s Chronicles
The House on the Strand, Daphne Du Maurier
I’m busy atm but I’ll go look last week ?
Up the line and Hawksbill station by Robert Silverberg. From the 50’s.
Outlander, time travelers wife, the scribe of sienna
Sort of time travel…..How to Stop Time by Matt Haig. Just had bookclub this morning and discussed it!
Lightning Dean Koonzs
Connie Willis has several. “Blackout” and “All Clear” are about the Blitz.
The dream daughter by Diane chamberlain
Short story- Ray Bradbury’s “The Sound of Thunder.” My freshmen listened to it last week. First time in twenty-one years of teaching that kids thanked me for introducing them to a genre.
A Wrinkle in Time, and many other Madelein L’Engle books.
I really enjoyed ‘How to Stop Time’, it’s not time travel as such, but takes you through the journey of someone who lives up to almost 500 years old
@Diane it’s a beautiful book isn’t it?
@Sue it’s lovely
Doomsday Book by Connie Willis
Ferney- a beautiful book!
Once upon another time by Robert Lee, it’s a kids book , such a nice one! Time and again has a sequel, from time to time.
A Time to Change by Callie Langridge. I’ve read a fair number of the books suggested and made a list of the others. Thank you.
Diane Chamberlains new one The Dream Daughter
The Time Machine, H G Wells ?
Very good book ?
time travellers wife
Outlander most certainly! ?
The ancient future series by Traci Harding
Wayward pines series
Ok it depends what you like specifically but here are some that I have read
-In Times Like These (series) -The Tourist -Split Second -Paradox Bound -The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O.
Split Second Paradox bound And The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O. Are all really unique takes on time travel where the actual method of time travel is unique (not just the story) All three are great but it does depend on what sort of books you like. Split second is more “sciency”, DODO is slightly magical, and paradox bound… well the best way to describe it would probably be “historical” as they don’t travel through time but through history
In times like These is a great series (also the name of the first book), and while the Time travel itself isn’t as unique, the story driving it is clever, and the rules of time travel are explained very well Definitely recommend this if you like understanding how and why it works
The Tourist… is a little more complex It’s a conspiracy thriller and time travel is used as the driving force behind the story BUT it’s not directly part of the story (there’s only one event where you, as the reader, actually use a time machine within the book)
It is not an easy read But, if you read it a couple times you get to see a lot of cleverness in the story
11.22.63 – Stephen King.
The invisible library series
Dark Matter by Blake Crouch is about travelling through parallel universes
I second (or third if you include the like) this recommendation
@Nikki loved this book
Yes Outlander was a great series.
i am alsmot done with book 6…i really liked this one
Outlander by Diana gabaldon
Shining Girls by Lauren Beukes
Somewhere in Time
Jodi Taylor’s St Mary’s Chronicles – a whole series. Delightful.
someone in 2237 is probably writing one.
St. Mary’s Chronicles
Scribe of Siena
St Mary’s Chronicles
There are also some fun Jasper Fforde books!
How to Stop TIme. By Matt Haig. Unbeatable. Anything of his.
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