The year is 1961: The Russian cosmonaut program is about to send its first hero Yuri Gagarin out into space and beat the Americans to at least that first hurdle in the space race.
“The year is 1919. While the world is recovering from World War One and the infamous outbreak of Spanish Influenza a new alien menace begins to grow from the long forgotten Martian Red Weed.”
“It is the early 1950s. Bond’s predecessor as 007 lies dead in the French Riviera.”
“On the planet Trantor at the centre of a 12,000 year old Galactic Empire there lives a famous mathematician named Hari Seldon.”
Murders Of Old China is an audiobook which discusses twelve different cases in pre-communist or late period colonial China from 1907 to 1947.
“It is thanks to The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy that I developed an appreciation for a little bit of randomness here and there.”
Why The South Fought The Civil War And Why The North Won by Edward H. Bonekemper III
Yokai are fascinating creatures. But they are also part of the classical culture of Japan ranging from the modern era to the Meiji Era or any other of Japanese history.
According to the Nice And Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch, the world is going to end very soon. Next Saturday to be exact.
The War Doctor is expertly written as the war veteran who just wants the fight to be over.