e-books in Time Travel & Alternate History category
by James H. Schmitz , 1962
Star ships, aliens from the future, time travel, romance, cannibalism, pet humans and mute-but-brilliant aliens... and of course, it's got a hero who solves every problem by being smarter and trickier and better-prepared than we'd ever imagine being.
by Clifford D. Simak , 1955
Hudson lay in his sleeping bag, staring at the sky. There was not one familiar constellation, not one star that he could name. This juggling of the stars emphasized more than anything else the vast gulf of years which lay between him and the Earth.
by Grant Allen , 1895
This book is a dramatic, romantic, colonial novel. An Alien came in England to find and analyze taboos in this country. He had to take extreme caution necessary in all anthropologue investigations on points of religious or social usage.
by Fritz Leiber - Ace Books , 1958
Doctors, entertainers, and soldiers find themselves treacherously trapped with an activated atomic bomb inside the Place, a room existing outside of space-time. Leiber creates a tense, claustrophobic SF mystery, and a unique locked-room whodunit.
by Andre Norton - The World Publishing Company , 1963
Time Agents Ross Murdock and Gordon Ashe, aided by a Polynesian girl and telepathic dolphins, probe the mystery of the sea-planet named Hawaika. Its cities and civilizations have vanished but our agents are snatched back through a Time Gate ...
by Andre Norton - The World Publishing Company , 1962
Travis Fox, an expert in time travel, volunteers for a mission to colonize the planet of Topaz. But when he and his fellows find themselves reverting to the ways of their ancient warrior race, Fox suspects that a dangerous force is responsible.
by Andre Norton - The World Publishing Company , 1958
When Ross and Travis separately stumble upon America's top-secret time-travel project, their special skills come in handy in their new role as time agents, journeying back and forth in time from ancient Britain to the distant reaches of space.
by H. G. Wells , 1899
A dystopian science fiction novel about a man who sleeps for two hundred, waking up in a completely transformed London. The main character awakes to see his dreams realised, and the future revealed to him in all its horrors and malformities.
by Eve Human - Smashwords , 2017
Jonathan goes out to save the world. David goes out to leave the world. Hope goes out to save a single person in the world. Together they discover that all times, the past, the present and the future are connected in this world ...
by Carl Johnson - Smashwords , 2014
Kenneth and Savannah are classmates, regular teenagers, who are whisked away 50 centuries into the future to save over one hundred trillion lives and prevent the destruction of the human race. Only then will they be allowed to return home ...
by H. Beam Piper - ManyBooks , 1955
A police procedural story, set in the world of the future. Human society has developed the technology to move laterally between parallel universes. The heroes of this story, Verken Vall and his wife, are ready to embark on a long-overdue vacation...
by Richard L. Foland, Jr - Smashwords , 2012
A mysterious Immortal is jumping through time. He's harvesting heads and causing incalculable damage to the web of time. Trapped on their homeworld the Time Lords are powerless to intervene. In desperation, they disregard the first law of time...
by Dai Alanye - Feedbooks , 2012
A mismatched team is recruited for primitive military action in a third world country. It is eventually revealed that they will, in fact, be journeying to the past. They run into many difficulties both before and after reaching their destination.
by Sarah Woodbury - Smashwords , 2011
In December of 1282, English soldiers ambushed and murdered Llywelyn ap Gruffydd, the Prince of Wales. His death marked the end of Wales as an independent nation. Footsteps in Time is the story of what might have happened had Llywelyn lived.
by Mark Twain - Charles L. Webster & Co. , 1889
Satirical novel by Mark Twain, the tale of a commonsensical Yankee who is carried back in time to Britain in the Dark Ages, and it celebrates homespun ingenuity and democratic values in contrast to the superstitious ineptitude of a feudal monarchy.
by H. G. Wells - Project Gutenberg , 2004
The novel is considered one of the earliest works of science fiction and the progenitor of the 'time travel' subgenre. Wells advanced his social and political ideas in this narrative of a nameless Time Traveller who is hurtled into the year 802,701.
by Jana G. Oliver - Dragon Moon Press , 2007
Jacynda's latest assignment is a double-edged sword: find the greatest of all Time Rovers and send him to 2057. If she returns Harter Defoe to the future, she ll be branded a traitor to her kind. If she fails, the punishment is a decade in prison.
by Jana G. Oliver - Dragon Moon Press , 2006
Victorian London is a dangerous place for the unwary. Mysterious shape-shifters haunt the streets, making friend and foe indistinguishable. In a few days, Jack the Ripper will add to his bloody legacy. But he isn’t the only threat in Whitechapel.