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Timewreck Titanic

Omund the Wooden-Leg

Chazadjin Marmaduke Brandybuck
I read and finished it in only a matter of days when I was visiting a friend in Senlis, France. Bear in mind, I was also reading "Lest Darkness Fall" by L. Sprague Camp. A amazing read, full of details about the Titanic, its sinking, and its construction I never knew before. It is sweet that the young protaganiste won the affections of her "downtime boy". A bit frustrating that the ramifications of the time-travelling memorial flotilla were not carried further down Timeline C. At least, our most-hated jobbing Austrian painter was turned from the path of darkness.