THE WINDOWS OF FOREVER by John Morressy

THE WINDOWS OF FOREVER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Gavin Bridger number 1, a kid, falls through a time window into three different periods: a distant past inhabited by primitive mammoth riders, the 2860 A.D. invasion of earth by the Kiv-Koorosh and still later an era when the planet was dominated by a race of giant ferrets. Here, there and everywhere he meets another, slightly different Gavin Bridger--apparently one of many spin-off identities--who's dedicated to saving mankind from the wont. What never seems to occur to anyone is why, given an infinite number of simultaneous presents, pasts and futures, the Gavin Bridgers should bother to intervene at all. Tangled, but certainly eventful.

Pub Date: Oct. 17th, 1975
Page count: 96pp
Publisher: Walker