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Author: Jean Rabe
ISBN: 1477405224
Subcategory: Short Stories & Anthologies
Pages 198 pages
Publisher CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (May 4, 2012)
Language English
Category: Fiction
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 443
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by Jean Rabe

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Time Traveled Tales is an exciting journey through stories of time travel, possible futures, and supernatural and alien beings from authors like Aaron Allston, Maxwell Alexander Drake, . Kaelin, Janine Spendlove, Michael A. Stackpole, Bryan Young, Timothy Zahn, and many others. Each story is beautifully illustrated by artist Matt Slay. Genre: Science Fiction. Used availability for Jean Rabe's Time-Traveled Tales.

The anthology was titled Time Traveled Tales

In 2012 Origins Game Fair had a talented and diverse group of science fiction and fantasy authors who created an exciting interactive experience for convention attendees. The anthology was titled Time Traveled Tales

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Each of the 19 stories will include a brand-new illustration by artist Matt Slay.

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The Mysterious Traveler was an anthology radio series, a magazine, and a comic book. All three featured stories which ran the gamut from fantasy and science fiction to straight crime dramas of mystery and suspense. Written and directed by Robert Arthur and David Kogan, the radio series was sponsored by Adam Hats. It began on the Mutual Broadcasting System, December 5, 1943, continuing in many different time slots until September 16, 1952.

This book is a limited run anthology produced for the 2012 Origins Game Fair
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Let me just be honest with you, so that you don't waste money on this dud of an anthology: despite its title, it is not about time. That is to say that there is no time travel, there are no time puzzles, temporal events or anything like them. There are science fiction stories and some plain fiction stories, but if you want a time travel anthology, you're barking up the wrong tree. There are other far more worthy time travel anthologies.
25 tales centered around time. Some of the anthology writers chose time travel (Collide-O-Scope), others choose watches (Among the Stars), and still others choose the ticking away of time (Last Man on Earth).

Some tales were creepy (For Every Time a Season), others fun (Know Your Nemesis), others haunting (The Tinker's Music Box), and still others action-filled (Deep Salvage).

As with most anthologies, some unevenness in the caliber of the writers exist. Amazingly I found only two tales were total bombs, whereas close to half were absolutely fantastic.

Slug by Janine Spendlove had one of the most interesting commute stories I have ever read. Having heard her talk on panels at cons, I am not certain how much is fictional.

Michael Stackpole two stories had a character "Jack Card, Boy Skeptic" which makes me want to go out and find more stories centered on this character to give my nephews and nieces.

The anthology also has stories by Timothy Zane, Aaron Rosenberg, Aaron Allston, and a dozen or so others. Well, worth the time you spend reading it.
I picked this up during the Kickstarter. I was entertained by all the stories. As it is an anthology I was not expecting to like all of them, but none of them were at the skip and read the next one level. The few I ddin't enjoy were more, not a topic I would choose rather than anything about the writing style.
Overall great book. I look forward to reading the second volume when I get to it on my reading list.