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Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Apr 12, Tudor Ciocarlie rated it it was amazing Shelves: my-best-of , corina-new , hugo Extremely complex, but very logic and well thought, this series will be regarded as the definitive take on time travel and time travel paradoxes. I love what Wingrove is doing with the past and with the alternate histories, but what really shines in The Empire of Time is the future, where everything collides and from where everything begins. Mar 15, Katie Daniels rated it really liked it. One of the best time travel novels I have ever read, hands down.

The Empire of Time (Roads to Moscow, #1) by David Wingrove

Where even to begin? Empire of Time is set in every time period between 3, BC and the end of the world, and everything in between. It's not a historical drama, although it includes history. It's about a Rassenkampf--a racial war between the Germans and the Russians fought across time. They're fighting for the future of mankind, they're fighting for history itself. It's surprisingly easy to read, but with a twisting plot that wil One of the best time travel novels I have ever read, hands down. It's surprisingly easy to read, but with a twisting plot that will have your brain in knots trying to unravel.

It has singularities and time loops and mazes of possibilities that all end in defeat time and again.

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This is a must read for any time travel or SF enthusiast. Apr 28, Liviu marked it as tried-but-not-for-me. Aug 26, Alex Rogers rated it did not like it. Quite well written, and interesting premise, but I hated the whole Nazis vs Russians theme, didn't like any of the characters, and ultimately didn't enjoy the story. View 1 comment. Feb 15, John Kerr rated it really liked it. Having recently re-read most of the Chung Kuo series, I was interested to see how Wingrove handled his first major and only?

Pleased to say that this trilogy is off to a most enjoyable start. I do enjoy his writing style and, while a time-travelling trope may not immediately appeal, Wingrove does fashion an impressive mix of history, destiny, rebellion, intrigue and a good old love story, all couched in the context of a far-future cold war.

Will certainly co Having recently re-read most of the Chung Kuo series, I was interested to see how Wingrove handled his first major and only? Will certainly continue with this trilogy. Jun 21, Vladena rated it did not like it Shelves: time-travel. By a male author for male readers. I couldn't find any female character that would be worth mentioning. The author kept reminding the existence of women as a means of procreation.

Also I found it quite weird that the time travelers were manipulating Hitler without them questioning the Jewish question. Too much talking for my taste, almost no action. Narration is in the present time but that didn't change anything on the proximity to the story I felt as a reader.

Only those parts taking place in By a male author for male readers. Where even to begin? Empire of Time is set in every time period between 3, BC and the end of the world, and everything in between. It's not a historical drama, although it includes history. It's about a Rassenkampf--a racial war between the Germans and the Russians fought across time. They're fighting for the future of mankind, they're fighting for history itself.

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It's surprisingly easy to read, but with a twisting plot that wil One of the best time travel novels I have ever read, hands down. It's surprisingly easy to read, but with a twisting plot that will have your brain in knots trying to unravel. It has singularities and time loops and mazes of possibilities that all end in defeat time and again.

This is a must read for any time travel or SF enthusiast.


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Apr 28, Liviu marked it as tried-but-not-for-me. Aug 26, Alex Rogers rated it did not like it. Quite well written, and interesting premise, but I hated the whole Nazis vs Russians theme, didn't like any of the characters, and ultimately didn't enjoy the story. View 1 comment. Feb 15, John Kerr rated it really liked it. Having recently re-read most of the Chung Kuo series, I was interested to see how Wingrove handled his first major and only? Pleased to say that this trilogy is off to a most enjoyable start.

I do enjoy his writing style and, while a time-travelling trope may not immediately appeal, Wingrove does fashion an impressive mix of history, destiny, rebellion, intrigue and a good old love story, all couched in the context of a far-future cold war. Will certainly co Having recently re-read most of the Chung Kuo series, I was interested to see how Wingrove handled his first major and only?

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Will certainly continue with this trilogy. Jun 21, Vladena rated it did not like it Shelves: time-travel. By a male author for male readers. I couldn't find any female character that would be worth mentioning. The author kept reminding the existence of women as a means of procreation. Also I found it quite weird that the time travelers were manipulating Hitler without them questioning the Jewish question.

Too much talking for my taste, almost no action.


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Narration is in the present time but that didn't change anything on the proximity to the story I felt as a reader. Only those parts taking place in By a male author for male readers.

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Only those parts taking place in the 13th century seemed to well handled. Jul 14, Kay Smillie rated it really liked it. I do enjoy books where time travel is used to change the past, over and over again. This, the first of a trilogy, is in an imagined Earth where Nazi Germany and Communist Russia are in a battle to dominate the planet. A battle where both are attempting to influence past conflicts in the ultimate hope of total domination. Well researched and looking forward to reading the rest of the series.

Ray Smillie. Jan 24, Russell Emmerson rated it it was amazing. A clever and well-written time travel adventure with real heart. Mar 13, DC Vairavel rated it really liked it. Second book in the series is more interesting than the first. Jun 11, John Grimes rated it really liked it. Love his other series immensely, and consider it one of the better series in literature That being said? While this new series is quite good, its Sadly enough, I can't quite put my finger on it.

It's nearly as if he wanted it to become the epic that Chung Kuo was, but realized it would become too convoluted In better news, David reports that he reported to the Corvus offices last Monday to sign and date the special editions of The Broken Wheel. Sci-fi blog io9 has posted an interesting article about The 7 Deadly Sins of Worldbuilding in science fiction and fantasy stories.

He goes into great detail about how he started writing, his motivations behind Chung Kuo , and a glimpse at things to come. Check it out now. David has been again incredibly kind by allowing me to post another short story from the Expanded Universe on this site. This is my favorite story among this, Paperhouse , and Black Stone, White which are all excellent, of course.

Full text appears after the break. You can also download the PDF to read offline. She stood there, among the bowing maids, waiting to be assigned. Life for her was a haze. It always had been, from the moment they had lifted her from the vats, the amniotic fluid dripping from her limbs. A succession of unmarked moments, leading to this place.

It was not to be questioned. Why should it be? Hers was a life of functionality.