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Hitler’s bombers attempt to pummel London into submissionNow the situation has grown even dire Small discrepancies in the historical record seem to indicate that one or all of them have somehow affected the past changing the outcome of the war The belief that the past can be observed but never altered has always been a core belief of time travel theory but suddenly it seems that the theory is horribly tragically wrongMeanwhile in 2060 Oxford the historians’ supervisor Mr Dunworthy and seventeen year old Colin. I found this book to be both amazing and frustrating I don t recall ever having such mixed feelings about a book When it s rolling it s a rare and rewarding page turner and when it bogs down it feels like a week of reading before the story moves on There are way too many pages where we go inside a character s head and we listen to that character wonder She ll wonder if she did something wrong and lost the war for England she ll wonder where another character is and what they are doing and if he or she is doing something to lose the war She may wonder if she ll get out of London before she arrives she ll wonder about this about that about whether or not she ll get to work on time if something she did at work has changed history She ll wonder some about her friends in the future if they are looking for her or why she is even stuck in the blitz Then she ll wonder some There are points in this novel where there is way too much telling and not showing It could be shorte

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In Blackout award winning author Connie Willis returned to the time traveling future of 2060 the setting for several of her most celebrated works and sent three Oxford historians to World War II England Michael Davies intent on observing heroism during the Miracle of Dunkirk; Merope Ward studying children evacuated from London; and Polly Churchill posing as a shopgirl in the middle of the Blitz But when the three become unexpectedly trapped in 1940 they struggle not only to find their way home but to survive as. It s here It s hereThe only reason why this is not a 5 is because the middle section of Blackout and All Clear and I count them as one book because really they are annoyed me a bit with the obsession over whether they changed the outcome of the war and where the retrieval team over and over I understand why Willis did this complete anxiety but it was too much Probably because I have gone through times in my life when I too get completely stuck in the broken record of a mind loop and they were not good times at allOther than that I am completely moved by this book loved it And feel like I lived through WWII blitz and bombing in England too Once again Connie Willis manages to write both a brilliant historical fiction and science fiction book wrapped in one She s so expansive she can t be categorized into one genre The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory returned to the time traveling future of 2060 the setting for several of her most celebrated works and sent three Oxford historians to World War II England Michael Davies intent on observing heroism during the Miracle of Dunkirk; Merope Ward studying children evacuated from London; and Polly Churchill posing as a shopgirl in the middle of the Blitz But when the three become unexpectedly trapped in 1940 they struggle not only to find their way home but to survive as. It s here It s hereThe only The Big Golden Book of Poetry reason why this is not a 5 is because the middle section of Blackout and All Clear and I count them as one book because Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, retrieval team over and over I understand why Willis did this complete anxiety but it was too much Probably because I have gone through times in my life when I too get completely stuck in the broken

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Templer who nurses a powerful crush on Polly are engaged in a frantic and seemingly impossible struggle of their own to find three missing needles in the haystack of historyTold with compassion humor and an artistry both uplifting and devastating All Clear is than just the triumphant culmination of the adventure that began with Blackout It’s Connie Willis’s most humane heartfelt novel yet a clear eyed celebration of faith love and the uiet ordinary acts of heroism and sacrifice too often overlooked by histor. This is a wonderful and amazing book It really is the second half of a book On the same day I went from finishing Blackout and started reading this book and it was like going from one chapter to another not like going from one book to anotherThank you to Goodreads friend and fellow group member Sarah Pi who didn t let me see answers to my uestions and therefore helped me avoid unwanted spoilersI am very proud that less than 13 the way through this book I figured something out probably because of all of the mysteries I ve read and I m often able to prematurely guess their outcomes too Even though I figured out that important plot point the book managed to stay suspenseful for me all the way until the last page The farther I got into the book the harder it became to take any breaks from reading it I was enthralledI love Blackout and this book so much didn t even mind that they re books 4 and 5 in the Oxford time travel series normally I d want to read the


10 thoughts on “All Clear

  1. says:

    Let me begin by saying that The Doomsday Book is one of my all time favorite novels definitely top ten uite possibly top five and I'm also tremendously fond of Connie Willis's Lincoln's Dreams as well When I knew she had a new book well duology though the two books are really one chopped in half set in the same time travel univers

  2. says:

    Time traveling historians fight their way home This book was ridiculous I feel bad writing that because 1 so many people liked it so much and I'm sad to think I didn't understand how to appreciate it and 2 it's a celebrated author's book about a WAR But the only way I remotely got through it was by treating it as a comic novel and mentally tallying up all the ridiculousness including but not limited to 1 every time a character's mission was

  3. says:

    It's here It's hereThe only reason why this is not a 5 is because the middle section of Blackout and All Clear and I count them as one book because really they are annoyed me a bit with the obsession over whether

  4. says:

    I hate this book so much I hate it so much that it hurts I hate that I spent an audible credit on it I hate that it's about subjects I LOVE WWII? Bletchley Park? And it still sucks It's not badly written it's just a terrible story and the lead

  5. says:

    I found this book to be both amazing and frustrating I don't recall ever having such mixed feelings about a book When it's rolling it's a rare and rewarding page turner and when it bogs down it feels like a week of reading before t

  6. says:

    All Clear and Blackout are an excellent way to learn about World War IIThe Blitz in England It is however an ext

  7. says:

    This is a wonderful and amazing book It really is the second half of a book On the same day I went from finishing Blackout and started reading this book and it was like going from one chapter to another not like going from one book to anotherThank you to Goodreads friend and fellow group member Sarah Pi who didn’t let me see answers to my

  8. says:

    This was unnecessarily long It should have been combined with the first part Blackout and edited into one book The characterizations are very good but what is done with those characters is often pointless All they do is worry and speculate; running around not asking vital uestions and refusing to tell one another the truth So much c

  9. says:

    Last time on Ben's reviews there's a very palpable somewhat ironic fear here because in a way these three are frightened of the Blitz than the stalwart contemporaries or contemps as the historians call them So for a moment there's a

  10. says:

    The second half of Blackout than a seuel Weird experience – I have massive problems with this book but I also could not put it down HrmI think that this book succeeds at its smaller scale purpose It’s clear from what she’s said that Willis did massive amounts of research about the Blitz and that she really wanted to

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