Book: The One-Way Time Traveler by Tom DeMarcocategories: Book, Gender Bender, Time Travel, Feminist, Literary Fiction, Speculative Novel, Science Fiction
Tom DeMarcoabout this book: We live in a moment of women striving for equality. Suppose they got it but didn't stop there? Suppose they motored on past to achieve total control of society, government, and the economy? What would it mean then to be male? Astronaut J.J. Donegal, frozen in space after an accident in his orbiter and now brought down and resuscitated some three hundred years in the future, is about to find out. Welcome to a world in which women have all the power.
As Donegal strives to make his way in this strange future, he is wracked with dismay and grief at the loss of his life-long love and wife, Jill. She is gone, dead for centuries. Does it even make sense to grieve for someone who died so long ago? Yet in his own frame of reference she was alive and vibrant only weeks before. She appears one night to him in a dream, trying to tell him something urgent, but the sound is off. He can see her lips moving but hears nothing. He becomes convince that she may have left a message for him, a kind of love note from the distant past. He sets out to find it.
• "Thought-provoking and unabashedly erotic." — Harvey Ardman (author of The Final Crossing)
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