It's 1901, and Battle Commander Liore has travelled back in time to stop a war that will rage for over a hundred years. But time itself is against her. Whenever she changes history, a new beginning to the war emerges and the world once again teeters on the brink of disaster. To m... read full description below.
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||1 July 2011 by Ford Street Publishing
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||By McMullen, Sean
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It's 1901, and Battle Commander Liore has travelled back in time to stop a war that will rage for over a hundred years.
Liore and Fox must foil a plot to blow up the heir to the British throne during his Australian tour. But time itself is against her. Whenever they change history, a new beginning to the war emerges and the world once again teeters on the brink of disaster.
Meanwhile, Barry the Bag is entertaining visions of grandeur: If he can pinch Liore's plasma lance rifle, the King will surely reward him handsomely. The ever-resourceful Barry does just that and soon finds himself aboard a ship to England along with Daniel, destined for a posh boarding school.
Hot on their tails is battle-ready Liore. Believing she has been betrayed by everyone she trusted (including Fox who is AWOL), can anything prevent Liore from risking the world's future for the sake of revenge?
Crossing many genres-historical, SF, fantasy, adventure-Changing Yesterday will appeal to more than just die-hard SF fans.
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||In Ford Street's '07 debut, Before the Storm, we were introduced to BC (Liore) and Fox, two young soldiers from an alternate 21st century who travelled back in time to prevent the bombing of the first Australian parliament and the century of war that would follow. They succeeded, with a little help from Emily, Daniel and con-artist and thief extraordinaire, Barry the Bag. But no sooner had they achieved their objective than an alternate beginning to the Century War came into being. In Changing Yesterday the fight to save the future continues. - Jenny Mounfield
Sean McMullen is one of Australia's leading SF and fantasy authors, with fourteen books and sixty stories published, for which he has won over a dozen awards. His most recent novels are The Ancient Hero (2004) and Voidfarer (2006). When not writing Sean is a computer training manager, and when not at a keyboard he is a karate instructor.