Time's Chariot

Time s Chariot THE HIMALAYAS BC Commissioner Daiho is dead but there s no question of foul play The murder of a Home Timer is about as likely as unauthorized interference with the work of a Correspondent Isfa

  • Title: Time's Chariot
  • Author: Ben Jeapes
  • ISBN: 9780385751674
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Hardcover
  • THE HIMALAYAS, 5000 BC Commissioner Daiho is dead, but there s no question of foul play The murder of a Home Timer is about as likely as unauthorized interference with the work of a Correspondent Isfahan, Arabia, 1029 Abu Ali was startled He hadn t heard the stranger enter The Correspondent was even alarmed his enhanced senses would have picked up the arrivalTHE HIMALAYAS, 5000 BC Commissioner Daiho is dead, but there s no question of foul play The murder of a Home Timer is about as likely as unauthorized interference with the work of a Correspondent Isfahan, Arabia, 1029 Abu Ali was startled He hadn t heard the stranger enter The Correspondent was even alarmed his enhanced senses would have picked up the arrival of any normal human Then the stranger spoke, and it was the language of the Home Time Seconds later, Correspondent RC 1029 s world went dark.The Home Time, 2000 Years Later Field Operative Rico Garron is about to have a very bad day.

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  • Ben Jeapes

    His father s army postings sent them all over At Dumpton, he read his first Dr Who book c 1975 , first suffered from hay fever summer 1977 and first watched Blake s 7 January 1978 His parents also got the one interesting posting of his entire life, to Bangladesh All these were to have effects on his life that still haven t worn off After 12 years in publishing, Jan 2000 layoff started his writing career.

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  • In Earth's future, a man created a singularity that allowed people to transfer back and forth in time. Ever since then, the Home Time citizens have been mining the information wealth of the past. The singularity is due to expire in 27 years when the a murder is discovered and a plot that may mean the blinking out of existence of billions of people. Time travel sf seems to naturally involve convoluted plots. This is no exception and in the inclusion of a murder and a conspiracy ratchets up the in [...]


  • This one was sort of another take on the recent Turtledove I read. It's about the future, not terribly far, but someone discovered how to manipulate the time stream, and in doing so, accidentally created several new time streams, all with billions of people in them, which of course now must be watched over, and looked after. So they create a Home Time division, where they have various agents who go out and are time police, and others who are planted back in time and move forward through the time [...]


  • Reviewed by Steph for TeensReadTooRico Garron is disturbed when the death of Commissioner Diaho seems to be in fact a murder. But when several facts come up that lead to a greater mystery than a mere murder, Rico finds himself on a timeless hunt to find the truth. And this journey is literally a timeless one. Being of the future, Rico can in fact travel back in time hundreds of years and trace Commissioner Diaho's dealings to figure out why he was murdered and who killed him. With TIME'S CHARIOT [...]


  • It's been a while since I read sci-fi this good that wasn't written by Orson Scott Card (though to be honest I read more fantasy than SF so that's not terribly shocking). The writing was tight, clean, and clever. The time-lines are a bit convoluted, though, and you have to really pay attention in the first chapters to keep track of who's who (I had to go back and read the first chapter about half-way through to finally connect the dots). Still, I liked the characters and most of the time-travel [...]


  • A time traveling whodunnit with a slight distopian twist, Time's Chariot has a world similar to our own set slightly in the future. Jeapes does a great job creating a universe in which time travel not only is a regular occurance, but is done in order to learn about distance times and places. A little confusing a first, this became a really enjoyable read.


  • To me, this feels a lot like the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy books, which, to me, is not a good thing, seeing as how I am like the only person in the entire world who really doesn't like those books. Only this doesn't even have the humor of the Hitchhiker's Guide books. It just doesn't work for me even a little. So, boo.


  • Fun idea, but too scattered to be well understood. Half the time you have to flip back to figure out who the heck this new character is. Had the book been less disjointed it would have been a fun read.


  • Pretty good young adult science fiction/time travel/mystery book. Not a lot of sci fi or mystery has been published lately for this age group, so a good title to keep in mind to recommend to those teenage Star Trek fans. Or their modern replacements.


  • Kind of confusing but still and interesting read. I especially like the combination of the past and the future.



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