When it comes to science fiction and fantasy, Mr. Clifford D. Simak knows a thing or two about how to get the readers hooked up. He's one of the most popular modern-day writers in the genre, and Time and Again is a gripping, suspenseful time-traveling novel that you won't be able to put down.
Two decades ago, Asher got lost somewhere in the middle of a scary, mysterious part of the galaxy that mankind has never been able to make sense of. And now, after so many years, the man is back. His ship was damaged, but somehow, the astronaut managed to survive. At the same time, Mr. Sutton is not the same fella he was when his trip just began. The simple fact is - he's not a human being anymore. Not 100%, anyway.
And, he's got a message for humanity, a message that could very well change the way we understand cosmos and life itself. Mankind has been colonizing planets and creating robots that they treat like slaves. Asher is the man chosen to change all that, and while some folks cheer for him and consider him a hero, others despite him. Furthermore, a group of time-traveling killers is coming after him.
They've got a mission: to kill the man and put a stop to whatever he's trying to accomplish. Their very existence is in danger, and they can't let a "lunatic" ruin it all. Time and Again is a breath-taking science fiction novel about space, time travel, AI, and so much more. It's both entertaining and thought-provoking, which is why the critics are calling it a must-have for the fans of the genre. Time and Again is Simak's most profound, insightful and brilliantly written story to date.