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Aurora Award Finalist story from a multi-award winning author.Doug Smith is, quite simply, the finest short-story writer Canada has ever produced in the science fiction and fantasy genres, and hes also the most prolific. His stories are a treasureMoreAurora Award Finalist story from a multi-award winning author.Doug Smith is, quite simply, the finest short-story writer Canada has ever produced in the science fiction and fantasy genres, and hes also the most prolific. His stories are a treasure trove of riches that will touch your heart while making you think.—Robert J. Sawyer, Hugo Award-winning author of Hominids and FlashForwardA great storyteller with a gifted and individual voice.—Charles de LintOne of Canadas most original writers of speculative fiction.—Library JournalDouglas Smith is an extraordinary author whom every lover of quality speculative fiction should read.—Fantasy Book CriticSmith is definitely an author who deserves to be more widely read.—Strange HorizonsDESCRIPTION:On the anniversary of his wife’s death, Liam makes a startling discovery. The particle accelerator experiments that he is conducting for the university are capable of opening a window back in time. Can he tune that window to the night his wife died? Can he actually go back in time to save her?But what of the strange radio broadcasts he keeps hearing? Broadcasts that warn that changing the past could produce a very dark future for the world--or no future at all.How much is Liam willing to risk to bring back the only woman he ever loved?REVIEWS:My favorite in the book. Its a touching story, but a little creepy too.–Goodreads reviewsSmith paints his worlds so well that you are transported within a paragraph or two and remain in transit until the story ends.—Broken Pencil, The Magazine of Zine Culture and the Independent ArtsABOUT THE AUTHOR:Doug is an award-winning author of speculative fiction, with over a million words of fiction sold and over a hundred short story sales to professional markets in thirty countries and two dozen languages.He has published three short story collections: Chimerascope (ChiZine Publications, Canada, 2010), Impossibilia, (PS Publishing, UK, 2008), and just recently, La Danse des Esprits (Dreampress, France, 2011).Doug has twice won Canadas Aurora Award for speculative fiction, and have been a finalist for the international John W. Campbell Award, the Canadian Broadcast Corporations Bookies Award, and the juried Sunburst Award.