Publisher: Blue World Publications; First edition (February 8, 2011)
by David Goodberg
In 2051, commercial time travel became a global reality. Opportunities abounded for curious history buffs, futurists, and corrupt entrepreneurs. Selected Shorts and Other Methods of Time Travel is a spellbinding collection of 37 tales that explore time travel tourism and its repercussions.
In various settings ranging from Earth to deep space, Selected Shorts presents tales of those brave (or foolish) enough to adventure through the space-time continuum. Explore an era devastated by the Worlds War of 2267, cluttered with time-traveling tourists and swindlers, terrorized by the all-powerful Icelandic Mafia, endangered by ruthless corporations, and threatened by vigilante space aliens.
The future as we know it will never be the same.
This book was kinda a 50% good and 50% bad book. Some of the short stories
Okay, this book had pretty good writing. I like how David Goodberg worded things that make absolutely no sense to the average person. Kinda like (if you've ever watched Phineas and Ferb) how Ferb will explain something scientific and complected in that little British accent of his and nobody who's watching will understand but they just kinda go with it. But... I've never watched Phineas and Ferb... It's a kid's show...
If you are interested in a short, easy read, I would recommend this book. It is well written, decently funny, and is good for any not-completely-insane sci-fi fans. Now, I wouldn't say this is something you have to read, but it is a good book that will be enjoyable to most who don't completely hate this genre.
Hey to all you people who read for fun. U R COOL.