Time Siege

Time Siege

Book - 2016 | First edition
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Hiding on Earth, James Grffin-Mars, a fugitive ex-chronman, enlists the help of his allies, scientists he has rescued from previous centuries, to take control of the future by saving their ailing home world from those enemies who will do anything in their power to stop him. By the John W. Campbell Award-winning author of Time Salvager.

McMillan Palgrave

Time Siege, a fast-paced time-travel adventure from award-winning author Wesley Chu

Having been haunted by the past and enslaved by the present, James Griffin-Mars is taking control of the future.

Earth is a toxic, sparsely inhabited wasteland--the perfect hiding place for a fugitive ex-chronman to hide from the authorities.

James has allies, scientists he rescued from previous centuries: Elise Kim, who believes she can renew Earth, given time; Grace Priestly, the venerated inventor of time travel herself; Levin, James's mentor and former pursuer, now disgraced; and the Elfreth, a population of downtrodden humans who want desperately to believe that James and his friends will heal their ailing home world.

James also has enemies. They include the full military might of a benighted solar system ruled by corporate greed and a desperate fear of what James will do next. At the forefront of their efforts to stop him is Kuo, the ruthless security head, who wants James's head on a pike and will stop at nothing to obtain it.


Don't forget to check out James's previous time travel adventure in Time Salvager.



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James Griffin-Mars, a fugitive ex-chronman, enlists the help of scientists he has rescued from previous centuries to take control of the future and free a solar system ruled by corporate greed.

Publisher: New York : Tor, A Tom Doherty Associates Books, 2016
Edition: First edition
ISBN: (e-book)
0765377543 (hardcover)
9780765377548 (hardcover)
Branch Call Number: S CHU
Characteristics: 431 pages ; 25 cm

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dreamcloud99
Jul 26, 2017

Not as good as "Time Salvager". I realize that people have their flaws, but in this book (for me) it was too prevalent and I began to lose interest in certain characters. Still worth a read though if you have read the first book.

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