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    Needed a rudder

    Huge, huge fan of R.J Sawyer. Read - and own paperbacks of - every book he's written. This story did not quite know what it wanted to be, and opened cans of worms that it closed too quickly. Wearing a science-fiction hat, it would have benefited from a more plausible time-travel plot vehicle than the contrivance of meditation, meteors, latitude lines, atom bombs and arbitrary way points in time. But it didn't have to have those things. Wearing a pseudo-historical character drama hat, spirituality/atomic bombs actually would have been a perfectly acceptable plot vehicle - a la Gilbert & Sullivan-esque magic potions. So, reading it as a characters-out-of-time story could still have worked - but their stories ended quickly and without fanfare. No, their stories didn't end - they had only just begun, but the telling ended, too abruptly. The story would have benefited from getting off the fence (more science-y versus more drama-y) - either side, just not in the middle. Upon finishing, it felt like I had read a work-in-progress, a heralding of a full novel, yet-to-be. Did I like it? I was interested in the primary characters, and wanted to follow their out-of-time adventures, but it wasn't meaty enough.
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