By Jack Finney
The long island Times Bestseller — Jack Finney's long-awaited sequel to his vintage illustrated novel Time and Again.
Simon Morley, whose logic-defying journey to the recent York urban of the Eighties in Time and Again has enchanted readers for twenty-five years, embarks on one other journey around the borders of time. This time Reuben Prien on the mystery, government-sponsored undertaking wishes Si to go away his domestic within the Eighties and stopover at big apple in 1912. Si's venture: to guard a guy who's touring around the Atlantic with very important records which may avoid global warfare I. So one fateful day in 1912, Si unearths himself aboard the world's most famed ship...the Titanic.
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There is no praise from strangers to be got here,” Senora Teresa said tragically. “Avanti! Yes! That is all he cares for. To be ﬁrst somewhere—somehow—to be ﬁrst with these English. They will be showing him to everybody. ’ ” She laughed ominously. “What a name! What is that? Nostromo? ” 20 Nostromo Meantime Giorgio, with tranquil movements, had been unfastening the door; the ﬂood of light fell on Signora Teresa, with her two girls gathered to her side, a picturesque woman in a pose of maternal exaltation.
Then Signora Teresa, all in black, issuing from another door, advanced, portly and anxious, inclining her ﬁne black-browed head, opening her arms and crying in a profound tone— “Giorgio! thou passionate man! Misericordia Divina! In the sun like this! ” At her feet the hens made oﬀ in all directions, with immense strides; if there were any engineers from up the line staying in Sulaco, a young English face or two would appear at the billiard room occupying one end of the house; but at the other end, in the café, Luis, the mulatto, took good care not to show himself.
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