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Time's Eye (Time Odyssey Series #1)

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    Rule of the mighty

    Some crazy rift in time-space has partitioned all the surface on Earth (and the space around it), leaving a patchwork of abrupt time jumps between patch of land and sea. After the initial shock and adjustment, the surviving life strives to adjust to the changes just as the planet attempts to correct it climate from the abrupt disturbances. A handful of peacekeepers, a trio of astronauts, and two conquerers from the past end up working towards the ancient city of Babylon to investigate a source of radio signal originating there. The two conquerers are Genghis Khan of the Mongols and Alexander The Great of the Greeks. Although each probably had his own share of blood-letting in actual history, Khan and the Mongols are depicted as little more than savage barbarians while Alexander and the Macedonians are depicted as a graceful prince leading a disciplined army. Such is the expectation of Western literature, I suppose. Oh. And did I mention the various mysterious stationary silver spheres (the titular "eyes") hovering above the ground throughout the planet? The story is not as awe-inspiring as other works of the two authors, probably due to the plot hovering around uninteresting stoic characters. I guess some historic figures are better left in the past.

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