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Loading reviews Poetry or science, or some amalgam of the two, can be fashioned into an instrument with which to make incisions, but with a concept as impenetrable as the nature of time, even the sharpest tools sometimes leave only patterns on the surface. But that can be too much of a good thing — allowing a writer as good as Wray to substitute an exquisite sentence for a truly penetrating insight into our subjective experience of time, what it is like to be a finite being trapped in existence.

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The plot overwhelms the story. However, it might be fair to say that his conceit requires a clearer buy-in, something to justify the omniscient narration, the direct address to Mrs. This is a messy, chaotic story about a messy, chaotic century.

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And after all, Wray never promised a self-contained theory of chrononavigation. For this reader, at least, a novel is a success if it causes time to warp, to bend and deform, if it breaks time apart and puts it back together again in an interesting way. John Wray does all of the above, with wide-ranging intelligence and boundless verbal energy.