27. The time machine crashed halfway between Connecticut and the renaissance

The time machine crashed halfway between Connecticut and the renaissance in a muddy field amid the densest fog Alicia had seen since childhood. The hovering gray banks were playing havoc with her instruments, already damaged by the collision that had landed her in this slice of spacetime in the first place. Dragging herself out of this swamp was not going to be easy.

 

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10 thoughts on “27. The time machine crashed halfway between Connecticut and the renaissance

  1. Brieuse Bernhard Piers-Gûdmönd says:

    F**k! It took me by surprise. Love the phrase: The time machine crashed halfway between Connecticut and the renaissance. Great writing thanks.

  2. The power of the twist in this is far better than some novels I’ve read. Well done!

  3. Julian Neuer says:

    I have changed my mind. Now I think *this* one is your best so far, better than “Color of the North”. I am amazed at how much you can do in such limited space. Congratulations.

  4. LindaGHill says:

    Time warp! Nicely done 🙂
    Would you consider putting up on your blog something I can click so that I can follow you by email? I don’t want to miss anything.

  5. Pallav says:

    i hate time loops, man. I hate ’em!

    great story!

  6. Thanks for all the lovely comments, guys!

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