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John Wyndham – Wanderers of Time | Review

Title: Wanderers of Time

Author: John Wyndham

Category: Fiction

Page Count: 160

Rating: 3.5/5

This book is okay I guess, but there wasn’t a huge amount of depth to it. Then again, Wyndham was writing under a pseudonym here and so perhaps I shouldn’t have been surprised. It’s clearly of lesser importance to him than some of his more well-known stuff like The Day of the Triffids, and that’s okay.

It wasn’t bad, either. It’s just a pulpy sci-fi time travel tale, a perception that was helped by the physical attributes of the copy that I had, which was from about 1972. Even with the tiny print, 160 pages isn’t a lot of space, and so it’s the kind of book that you can whizz through in a day or two and then completely forget about.

Would I recommend it? Yes for Wyndham fans and sci-fi buffs, otherwise probably not. It’s of its time.

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