ALL CLEAR BOOK
Blackout and All Clear are the two volumes that constitute a science fiction novel by American author Connie Willis. Blackout was published February 2, by Spectra. The second part, the conclusion All Clear, was released as a separate book. All Clear: A Novel (Oxford Time Travel) [Connie Willis] on resourceone.info All Clear: A Novel and millions of other books are available for instant access. view. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. With her trademark understated, eloquent style, Blackout (All Clear Book 1) - Kindle edition by Connie Willis.
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All Clear book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In Blackout, award-winning author Connie Willis returned to the time-t. Blackout book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Oxford in is a chaotic place, with scores of time-traveling histor. of the Oxford Time Travel series. Blackout (All Clear, #1), All Clear (All All Clear Series. 2 primary works • 3 total Book 1 & 2. Blitz: L'intégrale. by Connie.
Did Shakespeare have it right about our world — merely a stage on which we are actors playing out roles — and our universe all along?
Whatever your own philosophical bent, Willis has thought her ideas through in a way that upholds the internal logic of her story, and it's possible to reverse-engineer her plot points to confirm this.
What seem early on like scenes of sheer infuriating chaos soon reveal a devilishly clever design underneath. Dramatic tension is sometimes right off the scale.
In a phenomenal sequence set on the fiery night of December 29, — the most destructive night of bombing during the entire Blitz, when St.
Paul's Cathedral itself was spared only by the nonstop frantic viligance of the Fire Watch — Willis establishes an excruciating level of suspense and then sustains it for about 90 pages straight.
It's some of the strongest storytelling of her career.
Something else I admired about these two books, in addition to Willis's consideration of consequences, is the way she doesn't romanticize time travel as virtually every other SF story on the subject does. The past would, I think, be a very difficult thing even for trained and prepared professional historians to experience first hand.
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To be honest, the first events any time traveler would want to see would be those watershed moments in history that usually come as a result of horror and strife. For Willis's heroes, the idea of being born in the 's and dying the 's is both a real and deeply strange thing to contemplate. More in Entertainment. It's patio, park and pool drinking season, a time when boozy winter warmers give way to session beers and oh-so-many spritzes in stem glasses. Zero is poor.
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All Clear by Connie Willis – review
The comedy is weak; the tragedy oddly creaky and unconvincing. Nor are the characters particularly well drawn. In particular, her cheeky cockney urchin, Alf, is so dreadful that I grimaced with displeasure whenever he appeared.
So why did this slab of Blitz pudding and time-travel custard win the Hugo? It is voted for by fans, so Willis's win reflects her popularity in the genre. That said, some UK commentators have complained about faults in her research: She has written many other good novels including previous Hugo winners Fire Watch and Domesday Book , both about the same time-travelling institute, the former also concerned with the fire-bombing of St Paul's.
And it can't be denied that the subject here, the heroism of ordinary people in testing times, is worthy and honourable. Conceivably the voters thought that giving this novel the prize or half of it was a way of registering their respect for the collective sacrifice of wartime Londoners.
Which is fair enough; although perhaps a better way of honouring them might have been to write a tighter, less self-indulgent novel in the first place.When they disembark from the train and cross a field to find a bus, they witness in the sky the beginning of the Battle of Britain. Paul's and finds the historians. They were great and plucky and funny under pressure. Connie Willis doesn't actually explain the rules to us, only hints at them, and determining what "type" of universe our Oxford historians inhabit becomes central to the plot of All Clear.
Winner of the Nebula Award Traveling back in time, from Oxford circa into the thick of World War II, was a routine excursion for three British historians eager to study firsthand the heroism and horrors of the Dunkirk evacuation and the London Blitz. Eileen repeatedly finds herself unable to return to via her drop.
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