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The Time Traveller's Almanac is the largest, most definitive collection of time travel stories ever assembled. Intrepid chrononauts and world-renowned anthologists Ann and Jeff VanderMeer Ann and Jeff VanderMeer have scoured time itself to bring you this final instalment from their über-guide to exploring the fourth dimension.

Be warned: reality will be warped, wormholes opened, paradoxes woven and parallel universes breached.

This is the fourth volume.

©2013 Ann and Jeff VanderMeer (P)2014 W F Howes Ltd

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a truly wonderful collection of every flavour

this 4th volume of the anthology truly demonstrates the idea of saving the best till last. among my favourite tales was "bad timing" - the story of an amazingly incompetent time traveller. Also "21 counting up" served as the perfect companion to the story "40 counting down" from an earlier volume in this collection. A joy from start to finish. The only bad part was that the book had to end.