Ian Randal Strock

Asimov’s likes Time On My Hands

The November/December 2017 issue of Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine includes Peter Heck’s review of Time On My Hands by Daniel M. Kimmel (which Fantastic Books published earlier this year). Peter says, in part, “Kimmel offers an engaging often humorous time-travel story that manages to hit most of the expected themes of the genre while retaining a fresh feeling.… Kimmel offers an engaging often humorous time-travel story that manages to hit most of the expected themes of the genre while retaining a fresh feeling. In addition to the plot, Kimmel mixes in some interesting speculations on the ethics of time travel—for example, the whole question of altering history by deliberately changing some action in the past, or the problem of meeting an earlier (or later) version of yourself during your travels. His solutions are original.… This one’s a fun read, with fresh takes on classic SF material.… You may not find Time on My Hands at a local bookseller, but you can order it directly from the publisher at www.FantasticBooks.biz or from most online booksellers. You won’t regret it.”