Time Travel Readers, Start Here

Andy’s Anachronisms: “Exploring the Themes of Time Travel and Alternate Universes in Literature and Entertainment.” However, the exclusion of A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court, Martin Amis’s Time’s Arrow and Norman Spinrad’s severely underrated The Iron Dream makes this a bit suspect.


  1. Thanks for the mention of my site Andy’s Anachronisms.

    I admit that there are large gaps in my list of time travel books that I have read, most notably as you pointed out A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court (although you neglected to point out my failure to review – H.G. Well’s Time Machine). It’s not to say that I haven’t read them. I have actually read them multiple times.

    The absence from my site is more owing to a lack of time to write a review worthy of the material.

    Especially with the case of Twain’s seminal Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court which has been the fodder of so many other derivative time travel works in the nearly 120 years since it was first published.

    Thanks for the heads up on Spinard’s Iron Dream. I will add it to my list of many works to be read.

  2. Hi Andy. I just published my latest book, a time travel novel called, ‘A New Jersey Yankee In King Arthur’s Court.’ It’s available at Barnes & Nobel and smashwords.com as an e-book. The first 50% is free and should you purchase it the e-book costs $3.00. It’s a family book and a great read.

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