Ten soldiers on convoy in Afghanistan suddenly find themselves lost in time. Somehow, they arrived in Earth's Paleolithic Asia. With no idea how they arrived or how to get back, the shock of the event is severe. They discover groups of the similarly displaced: Imperial Romans, Neolithic Europeans, and a small cadre of East Indian peasants. Despite their technological advantage, the soldiersÂ only haveÂ ten people, and knowÂ no way home. Then two more time travelers arrive from a future far beyond the present. These time travelers may have the means to get back, but they aren't giving it up. In fact, they may have a treacherous agenda of their own, one that may very well lead to the death of the displaced in a harsh and dangerous era.
AboutÂ A Long Time Until Now:
"[A] classic story of survival. They may not like each other, but must to depend upon each other. Williamson shows how they pull together to create a solid society. . . . outstanding entertainment. Each character is different and fully developed. Even those you may dislike seem worth caring about. . . . [G]rabs readers from the beginning and keep them reading to the end."âGalveston County Daily News
About Michael Z. Williamson:
âA fast-paced, compulsive readâ¦will appeal to fans of John Ringo, David Drake, Lois McMaster Bujold, and David Weber.ââKliatt
âWilliamson's military expertise is impressive.ââSF Reviews
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