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Trying to socially engineer the world’s population is not easy. Especially when you discover that a pair of reluctant time travellers keep on getting in the way of your plan.
The problems all started with James Urquhart, science lecturer, living in 2015, enjoying a walk in the countryside. and meeting Elizabeth Bicester, a Victorian Cambridge graduate at a cricket match at Hamgreen in 1873.
Of course, he didn’t know it was 1873. All he knew was that he’d found a rather attractive woman who looked like she’d fallen straight out of a Tissot painting.
If only Time would stay where it is, it would be a lot easier for everyone.
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THE 2015 DIARY of James Urquhart and the 1873 diary of Elizabeth Bicester were recently found by the director of ComsMesh, clasped and bound together in a copper chest in the attic of a lodge at Hamgreen in Sussex.
If they are not to be dismissed as a hoax, these texts indicate the discovery of temporal shifts, a time machine disguised as a Loch Ness monster, a romance across 100 years and a lot of raised-eyebrow sniggering. Oh, and social media are monetising everyone’s subconscious desires, but that’s news to nobody.
“Tom Holt meets P.G. Wodehouse meets Philip K. Dick meets Fortean Times.”