The Big Time

The Big Time

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by Fritz Leiber
     
 

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This Hugo Award winning novel dripped from the pen of master author Fritz Leiber, and was originall published in two parts in the pulp magazine, Galaxy Science Fiction in March and April of 1958. This is a classic work of time travel, pitting two warring factions, both with the ability to travel through time against one another in a tapestry of changed events and

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This Hugo Award winning novel dripped from the pen of master author Fritz Leiber, and was originall published in two parts in the pulp magazine, Galaxy Science Fiction in March and April of 1958. This is a classic work of time travel, pitting two warring factions, both with the ability to travel through time against one another in a tapestry of changed events and altnernate futures. With that war as a backdrop, the novel takes place at a "rest and relaxation" base that is a sort of neutral point between changing time lines. This is both science fiction, and a classicly crafted mystery.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011839924
Publisher:
Crossroad Press & Springbrook Digital
Publication date:
11/18/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
412 KB

Meet the Author

Fritz Leiber (1910-1994) was born to a pair of Shakespearean actors in Chicago. After stints as an actor and a lay preacher he turned to writing. He wrote numerous novels and short stories in a career spanning over fifty years. Among his best known works are Conjure Wife, The Big Time and Our Lady of Darkness as well as the series of fantasy stories featuring Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser. Conjure Wife has been made into a number of movies.

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The Big Time 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
ok book. available for free from project guttenberg or libriovox. its in the public domain now
StaciNJ More than 1 year ago
The title of my review says it all. I do love me some Leiber, but nothing compares to his Fafhrd and Gray Mouser stories. This one did win an award, I think, and it's a good read.
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