[DWJ] Monthly Read-Along - Time City

Victoria Herridge victoriaherridge at mac.com
Mon Jan 20 08:37:18 EST 2014

r.e. Hexwood, I find that when I am reading it, it makes perfect sense & I am carried along through all the temporal twists, folds and turns -- it is only afterwards that I struggle. Which must be rather like the feeling of being caught in the Bannus field itself...

On 20 Jan 2014, at 13:31, Jameela Lares wrote:

> Even though I am more a fantasy than SF reader, I am very fond of A Tale of Time City because it was actually my first DWJ. And because I generally enjoy books about chlidren's evacuations during WW2. And because the children's situation seems more realistic. They do prevail, as it were, but not by being more competent than adults.
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