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Author: Henry Beam Piper
Ed Chalmers, history professor, had a real problem in his classes: he kept blurting out events that hadn't happened yet.
FYI, for those who want more from HBP, he passed away in 1964.
Excellent Sci-fi story that needs to be continued. HBP could turn this into a multi-volumn collection. Maybe eventually into video. Keep writing!
Great story....can't wait to know what will happen next!
Why two top science-ficton editors would reject this story is beyond me. The story was very interesting and should be continued.
only red the first pages and i dont want to stop
I wish it continued.
This is a good book indeed. I'm sure there should be a sequel to it....
Good makings of a novel. Please keep writing!
Brilliant read though far too short - it definitely leaves you wanting more.
A good book, I agree with the first comment and would like to read any that fallow this one.
Awesome read. I would love to read a sequel.
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