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A Rip Through Time

(2012)
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Dr. Robert Berlin has created The Baryon Core, a powerful device with the ability to predict the future and retrodict the past by tracking the position and vector of every particle in the universe. Berlin swipes his own creation from The Company and disappears into history. The Company's time-cop Simon Rip and the sexy, brilliant Dr. Serena Ludwig join together to track Berlin and return the device. Their pursuit will take them back to the ice age and forward to the end of time. A RIP THROUGH TIME follows the time-cop's travels in a series of five short stories and a bonus flash piece written by several of today's top pulp writers. Chris F. Holm opens the collection with the fast-paced "The Dame, the Doctor, and the Device." Charles A. Gramlich's "Battles, Broadswords, and Bad Girls" and Garnett Elliott's "Chaos in the Stream" breathe new life into the time travel story. Bringing the saga to a gripping climax in "Darkling in the Eternal Space" is Chad Eagleton, who then takes it a step further with a mesmerizing coda, "The Final Painting of Hawley Exton." And for all the time-traveling enthusiasts, Ron Scheer provides an insightful essay, "Are We Then Yet," which explores the mechanics of time travel in popular fiction.

Genre: Science Fiction

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March 2014 : USA Paperback
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Title: A Rip Through Time: The Dame, the Doctor, and the Device
Author(s): Chris F Holm, Charles A Gramlich, Garnett Elliott, Chad Eagleton, Ron Scheer, David Cranmer, David Cranmer
ISBN: 0-9912039-7-6 / 978-0-9912039-7-0 (USA edition)
Publisher: BEAT to a PULP
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