Summer of Love: A Time Travel

Summer of Love: A Time Travel[Reading] ➺ Summer of Love: A Time Travel Author Lisa Mason – Heartforum.co.uk The year is and something new is sweeping across America good vibes, bad vibes, psychedelic music, lab designed drugs, anti war protests, racial tension, free love, dropouts, flower children An age o Love: A eBook ´ The year isand something new is sweeping across America good vibes, bad vibes, psychedelic music, lab designed drugs, anti war protests, racial tension, free Summer of ePUB × love, dropouts, flower children An age of innocence, a time of danger The Summer of Love San Francisco is the Summer of Love a convergence of Love: A PDF/EPUB ê where American youth seek a New Explanation, music is free in the park, and violence lurks just around the corner Lost in these strange and wondrous days, teenager Susan Bell, alias Starbright, has run away from the straight suburbs of Cleveland to find her troubled best friend Her path will cross with Chiron Cat s Eye in Draco, a strange and beautiful young man who has journeyed farther than she could ever imagine With the guidance of Ruby A Maverick, a feisty half black, half white Haight Ashbury hip merchant, Starbright and Chi will discover a love spanning five centuries But Chi has traveled across the centuries on a vital mission nothing less than saving the Universe He, Starbright, and Ruby must unite to save all of spacetime from demonic entities who crave their annihilation.

Love: A eBook ´ Happy Please visit my website at for all my print books, ebooks, screenplays, Storybundles, interviews, blogs, my husband Tom Robinson s bespoke jewelry Summer of ePUB × and artwork, cute cat pictures, andMy SF novel, CHROME, is available now as an ebook at eighteen retailers worldwide and as a print book in of Love: A PDF/EPUB ê seven countries, including the US and the UK On the print book front, I ve got seven other books available as beautiful trade paperbacks and ebooks Summer of Love, The Gilded Age, The Garden of Abracadabra, Arachne, Cyberweb, One Day in the Life of Alexa, and Strange Ladies StoriesI published a character driven SF story, Taiga, in the April issue of Not One of Us, edited by John Benson And I published Bess in the May Daily Science FictionI published a dark modern fantasy, Aurelia, in the January February issue of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction and, also in January , Dangerous in the anthology Welcome to Dystopia, edited by Gordon Van Gelder The Bicycle Whisperer was published in the May June issue of FSFI ve published eleven novels, including Summer of Love, a Philip K Dick Award Finalist and San Francisco Chronicle Recommended Book, The Gilded Age, a New York Times Notable Book, a collection of previously published short fiction, Strange Ladies Stories, and thirty four stories and novelettes in magazines and anthologies worldwide My Omni story, Tomorrow s Child, sold outright as a feature film to Universal Pictures and is in active development.

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    Import EPUB to the Program Import EPUB a New Explanation, music is free in the park, and violence lurks just around the corner Lost in these strange and wondrous days, teenager Susan Bell, alias Starbright, has run away from the straight suburbs of Cleveland to find her troubled best friend Her path will cross with Chiron Cat s Eye in Draco, a strange and beautiful young man who has journeyed farther than she could ever imagine With the guidance of Ruby A Maverick, a feisty half black, half white Haight Ashbury hip merchant, Starbright and Chi will discover a love spanning five centuries But Chi has traveled across the centuries on a vital mission nothing less than saving the Universe He, Starbright, and Ruby must unite to save all of spacetime from demonic entities who crave their annihilation."/>
  • Paperback
  • 408 pages
  • Summer of Love: A Time Travel
  • Lisa Mason
  • English
  • 11 April 2017
  • 1548106119

10 thoughts on “Summer of Love: A Time Travel

  1. Rebecca McNutt says:

    Summer of Love combines the psychedelic Sixties with science fiction in a unique and imaginative way, vividly written and extremely creative.

  2. Rachael says:

    This is one of my favorite books, a comfort food read I first read it probably 10 years ago, and re read it often It s one of my default books, for when I really need to read something but don t want to start anything brand new and want something soothing and familiar I love the way Lisa Mason wrote this book her writing style, her choice of tense and words Everthing about this book works for me the concept, the story, the characters And every time I read it, I come away with something This is one of my favorite books, a comfort food read I first read it probably 10 years ago, and re read it often It s one of my default books, for when I really need to read something but don t want to start anything brand new and want something soothing and familiar I love the way Lisa Mason wrote this book her writing style, her choice of tense and words Everthing about this book works for me the concept, the story, the characters And every time I read it, I come away with something new

  3. Kivrin Engle says:

    With a nice combination of well written hippie prose and tech time traveling science fiction goodness, Mason sends us back to the 60s, to a time and space remembered both as a summer of love and a summer of strife.Dig this it s 1967 in San Francisco Summer of Love Teenybopper Susan, new alias Starbright, runs away from her suburban Ohio home, seeking peace and love in The Haight Ashbury She crosses paths with a real cool cat, one young Chiron Cat s Eye in Draco, goes by Chi and hails from th With a nice combination of well written hippie prose and tech time traveling science fiction goodness, Mason sends us back to the 60s, to a time and space remembered both as a summer of love and a summer of strife.Dig this it s 1967 in San Francisco Summer of Love Teenybopper Susan, new alias Starbright, runs away from her suburban Ohio home, seeking peace and love in The Haight Ashbury She crosses paths with a real cool cat, one young Chiron Cat s Eye in Draco, goes by Chi and hails from the way future Sausalito, 2467 They share a pad with a soulful cosmic lady, Ruby, who owns her own shop, The Mystic Eye Chi s mission Midst the weed and patchouli swirl and confusion of the whole funky, trippy scene, find The Axis Protect the Axis Save his world Far out I dug this charming, heartfelt novel Did I mention that all the chapter titles are named from sixties songs So groovy Peace Love, Dove

  4. Printable Tire says:

    I loved this book almost all the way through I ve been meaning to read it during a summer for like 2 summers now, and I m glad I finally did The prose at the beginning was reminiscent of Tom Wolfe s Electric Kool aid, and it reminded me of another book, Move Underground, which combined Beatnik prose with H.P Lovecraft Summer of Love combined hippie prose with science fiction, but I thought it was better because it didn t rely on demystifying or making protagonists out of historical people S I loved this book almost all the way through I ve been meaning to read it during a summer for like 2 summers now, and I m glad I finally did The prose at the beginning was reminiscent of Tom Wolfe s Electric Kool aid, and it reminded me of another book, Move Underground, which combined Beatnik prose with H.P Lovecraft Summer of Love combined hippie prose with science fiction, but I thought it was better because it didn t rely on demystifying or making protagonists out of historical people Sure, there was a dig at the Morningstar Ranch, and Janis Joplin and some others made appearances, but I liked how Summer of Love took the reality of the 60 s yet still kept some of the heightened sense of nostalgia or optimism or fantasy that era has taken in american folklore It wasn t cynical, it rang true.But nearing the end of the book I came to realize everyone but the three main characters had been slowly transformed into caricatures and ignorant people I didn t like that And while the book had a freewheeling tendency throughout sometimes confusing, never boring , at the end way too much was explained in rather dull backstories there was too much world building of the future, which turns out to be a progressive liberal s wet dream But it was still shown to have faults, which I liked.Ultimately, the promise of the first half was lost with all the back story and explanation crap in the second half Quite a lot could have been cut out of this book, and I sometimes felt myself wishing there wasn t any science fiction aspect to it at all It took on a smugly superior and feminist tone that I found disdainful and preachy Nonetheless, I enjoyed reading it very much, and it has opened my eyes to the sort of books I should try reading again I love psychedelic and science fiction crap

  5. Lisa Mason says:

    The classic time travel to 1967 Summer of Love is up as The Summer of Love Serials in seven affordable installments for all readers worldwide Start at Summer of Love, Serial 1 Celebration of the Summer Solstice.A Philip K Dick Award Finalist A San Francisco Chronicle Recommended Book Nineteen Five starreviews From the author of The Gilded Age, A Time Travel a New York Times Notable Book and New York Public Library Recommended Book , The Garden of Abracadabra, Volume 1 of the Abra The classic time travel to 1967 Summer of Love is up as The Summer of Love Serials in seven affordable installments for all readers worldwide Start at Summer of Love, Serial 1 Celebration of the Summer Solstice.A Philip K Dick Award Finalist A San Francisco Chronicle Recommended Book Nineteen Five starreviews From the author of The Gilded Age, A Time Travel a New York Times Notable Book and New York Public Library Recommended Book , The Garden of Abracadabra, Volume 1 of the Abracadabra Series, and Celestial Girl A Lily Modjeska Mystery Books 1 4.On US Kindle Canada Kindle UK Kindle Nook all other readers

  6. Kendra says:

    the perfect combination of historical fiction, smelly hippies, and sci fi

  7. Valerie Forbes says:

    I read this when I was in sixth grade about fifteen or sixteen years ago It changed my life Some say pot is the gateway drug, but this was mine.

  8. Liat Gvan Dijk says:

    I will start by saying that I didn t finish the book That is why I gave it 2 stars the benefit of the doubt I really wanted to like this book It had all the thing that I like time traveling, hippies, chapters named after classic rock hits, but then something went wrong The first thing was the writing style It just wasn t for me It got better as the book went on, but it still didn t feel natural to me The second, andimportant problem was that it wasn t what I was expecting I thou I will start by saying that I didn t finish the book That is why I gave it 2 stars the benefit of the doubt I really wanted to like this book It had all the thing that I like time traveling, hippies, chapters named after classic rock hits, but then something went wrong The first thing was the writing style It just wasn t for me It got better as the book went on, but it still didn t feel natural to me The second, andimportant problem was that it wasn t what I was expecting I thought it was going to be a comfort read something warm and fuzzy But then I got a spoiler view spoiler rape scene by the ending of part 1 and I don t care if it was consensual If the guy is 30 and the girl is 14, and if he slaps her when she screams in pain, then it s rape hide spoiler The characters were generally likable, but I couldn t care much for them The science fiction part was not interesting and didn t get my attention, and the time traveling mission wasn t interesting as well So I stopped reading around page 100 Some part of me wants to continue reading and give this a chance, but most of me knows that I m not going to enjoy it so much Life is short and my to read list is long

  9. David says:

    Summer Of Love is part SCI FI time travel, part a history lesson or reminiscence of San Francisco at the peak of the hippy era, and part a warning of the consequences of unrestrained commercialism, greed, and population growth I liked that Lisa Mason wrote accurately about the causes of global warming when the book was published in 1994 Today we are experiencing the effects on our climate It is a good reminder that the climatic effects of greenhouse gases has been well understood for decades Summer Of Love is part SCI FI time travel, part a history lesson or reminiscence of San Francisco at the peak of the hippy era, and part a warning of the consequences of unrestrained commercialism, greed, and population growth I liked that Lisa Mason wrote accurately about the causes of global warming when the book was published in 1994 Today we are experiencing the effects on our climate It is a good reminder that the climatic effects of greenhouse gases has been well understood for decades and isn t a new or uncertain idea There were some aspects of the book I did not like The preachy parts were a bit heavy handed and didn t flow well with the rest of the story The twist at the end was predictable from 40% into the book I also wasn t comfortable with Starbright s age She might have been representative of many of the pilgrims to SF in 1967, but I don t think it was appropriate

  10. Debbie says:

    One of the best time travel books I ve ever read Great info about San Francisco in 1967.

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