Dooms-day Book

Dooms-day Book

Book - 1994
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A grim story of a 21st century academic marooned in a 14th century English village being ravaged by the Black Death. Willis' story is the greatest post-modern time travel story of them all, a novel that combines a genre work with all the required components and a tour de force piece of storytelling.
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 1994
Edition: Bantam reissue ed
ISBN: 9780553562736
Branch Call Number: SF WILLIS 1994
Characteristics: 578 p. ; 18 cm
Alternative Title: Doomsday book


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A time-traveller is trapped in the Middle Ages, dangerously close to the onset of the Black Plague. Her rescuers in 21st-century Oxford battle their own deadly epidemic to reach her in time.

Kivrin travels to 14th Century England to do research for her history thesis, but lands a few years off the mark. While her professor struggles to bring her back she learns to love a doomed community. Part of Willis’ Oxford history students series.

A crisis linking the past and future, strands an Oxford student in the most dangerous year of the Middle Ages.

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