Times Without Number

by John Brunner
Reviewed date: 2005 Mar 28
Rating: 2
201 pages
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In 1588 the Spanish Armada defeated the British. The victorious Empire of Spain has ruled the world for over four hundred years. Now the Society of Time, controlled by the Catholic Church and the Empire, makes careful non-intrusive forays into the past. Time traveler Don Miguel Navarro uncovers a plot to reshape history: someone has stolen an ancient Indian mask of solid gold from the past. The disappearance of a revered religious object will change history. Don Miguel must find the guilty party and return the mask before history is changed forever.

I hate time travel stories. Times Without Number is not an exception.

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