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Technicolor Time Machine   by Harry Harrison

Read: 1970-01-01 Reviewed: 2004-03-21
Re-read factor:
Novel story this: someone invents a time machine, so a Hollywood director decides to go back and film the landings of the first white settlers on North America. The whole thing is told somewhat tongue-in-cheek, and the charismatic main actor (the director) is very well animated.

In all, this book combines a bit of fun and easy reading, with some very interesting science fiction. A good read.

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