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Three Millennia in a Balloon

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Three Millennia in a Balloon
The time barrier has been broken ~

Great plans are afoot ~

Mind your head and keep an eye on that rudder fan ~

We're off to make history!

WINNER STEAMPUNK TIME-TRAVEL CONTEST

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Deleted User

Well Mister Carver, i have to say what a huge imagination you have. I do hope that no Dirigibel-Z falls into your hands, don't want to end like the ending of this book.

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felixthecat

Though I hated to "see" the great library at Alexandria inadvertently snuffed out at Jule's hands, I delighted in this story. I've often wondered exactly how it got incinerated!

In any "fantastic" adventure, the invention of language describing the phenomena is a huge plus. "Flexi-tanium shell" and "trajectonomy" made me smile.
Well done, Barry...Wells.

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starlover412

I really liked it! And I have to agree with Nina I too did learn some history that I did not know..and I'm always open to learning new things. But it was really good. And I especially liked it because it seemed very in depth with details. And that made a difference and I could really understand it and picture what was going on. Over all I enjoyed it very much! Great job Barry! :)

~Alexis

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Nina Kari

Okay, this was just magnificent. I learned a bit of history while exploring a read that wasn't really my genre. I really liked this piece, I could imagine in my mind what was going on. Oh, and I also liked how it's like narrator is talking directly to the reader and gets off track or rather distracted, no?
I really did like this one, so thanks for the read
~Nina~

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paulashene

that pretty much covered it all...from the light [bulb] to the dark [ages] but then Jules did get around...hahaha.

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lazarus67

That is definitely some twisted imagination you have there. It kept me focused on the past and present all in the same thought. Poor Edison, Marconi and Tesla....wiped out in a single lose of concentration by monsieur Verne.

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