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Doomsday Book

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 Oxford Time Travel*
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A Series by Connie Willis

1) Fire Watch
2) Doomsday Book
3) To Say Nothing of the Dog
4) Blackout
5) All Clear
Copyright © 1992 by Connie Willis.
To Laura and Cordelia -
my Kivrins
Mr. Dunworthy opened the door to the laboratory and his spectacles promptly steamed up.
May contain spoilers
"I knew you'd come," she said, and the net opened.
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Added: 04-Apr-2019
Last Updated: 21-May-2022


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Jenny Sterlin  - Narration

One of the most respected and awarded of all contemporary science-fiction writers, Connie Willis repeatedly amazes her many admiring fans with her ability to create vivid characters in unusual situations. With Doomsday Book, she takes listeners on a thrilling trip through time to discover the things that make us most human.

For Oxford student Kivrin, traveling back to the 14th century is more than the culmination of her studies - it's the chance for a wonderful adventure. For Dunworthy, her mentor, it is cause for intense worry about the thousands of things that could go wrong. When an accident leaves Kivrin trapped in one of the deadliest eras in human history, the two find themselves in equally gripping - and oddly connected - struggles to survive.

Deftly juggling stories from the 14th and 21st centuries, Willis provides thrilling action - as well as an insightful examination of the things that connect human beings to each other.
©1992 Connie Willis ℗2000 Recorded Books
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Connie Willis  
Birth: 31 Dec 1945 Denver, Colorado, USA
From "About the Author" in Uncharted Territory:

Connie Willis has won major awards for her novels and short stories. Her first short-story collection, Fire Watch, was a New York Times Notable Book.  Her other works include Doomsday Book, Lincoln's Dreams, Bellwether, Impossible Things, Remake, Uncharted Territory, To Say Nothing of the Dog, Miracle and Other Christmas Stories, and Passage.  Ms. Willis lives in Greeley, Colorado, with her family.


1992British Science Fiction AssociationBest Novel Nominee
1993Locus MagazineBest SF Novel Winner
1993Mythopoeic SocietyMythopoeic Award Nominee
1993Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of AmericaNebula Award - Best Novel Winner
1993Serendip FoundationArthur C. Clarke Award Nominee
1993World Science Fiction SocietyHugo Award - Best Novel Winner
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