To celebrate having reviewed 75 timeslip stories since I first began Timeslip Tuesday, I've created a page where links to all my reviews can be found, sorted by the time period travelled to. I've also given the audience age for the books. I hope this a useful resource, and I hope to keep adding to it!
I think it absolutely fascinating that times of presidential popularity (Eisenhower, 1953-1961, Reagan, 1981-1989, Clinton's first term, 1993-1997 ) appear to coincide with low periods in time travel book publishing. If this is true (and I know it's silly, of course, to make any sort of argument from the small amount of data I have, but I find it amusing), it doubtless implies that times of perceived prosperity lead to a smug complacency about one's own place in history. Or something like that :).
If you have any time travel/timeslip books to recommend to me, I'd love to have them! My list is really middle grade heavy, and I'd love more YA and adult books on it (although the adult side of things seems daunting....)
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