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The series is The Dinosaur Machines by Eve Bunting. The book titles are below. Day of the Dinosaur Escape from Tyrannosaurus The Dinosaur Trap Death of a Dinosaur Some of the covers can be see here.


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That's almost certainly "Recruiting Station" by A. E. van Vogt, first published in ASF in March 1942. It's a point-for-point match with your description. Norma is the secretary who discovers what's really behind the recruiting station she works at -- and she ends up as a double (or maybe triple) agent in an intergalactic/time travel war. It can ...


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A Long Time Until Now, by Michael Z. Williamson. First published in 2015. I bought the paperback edition when it was released the following year. Here's the cover art that was used on the copy I own. The plot is much as you describe. A handful of U.S. servicemen and servicewomen (not all from the U.S. Army) are driving a few vehicles down a road in ...


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Might this be The Man with Rain in His Shoes AKA Twice Upon a Yesterday (1998)...? Victor (Henshall) is an actor in London who is desperate to stop his ex-girlfriend, Sylvia (Headey), to whom he was unfaithful, from marrying another man. After meeting two mysterious dustmen, he is given the chance to travel back in time and relive his romance. However, he ...


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There's an original timeline where time-travel is first invented. Then every time-traveler from that original timeline, that goes back in time, arrives in Timeline 2, which is a copy of the original timeline that will now be altered by the time-travelers. In Timeline 2, time-travel is later invented again and all time-travelers that go back in time from ...


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I've recently studied The Terminator live-action universe (currently 6 theatrical films and 2 television seasons) very carefully. I can answer any question you have. Here is how the time-travel works: Whenever someone goes back in time, they go to a copy of the original timeline. The original timeline is the timeline where no one arrives from the future. ...


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Since we don't appear to have an accepted answer for Michael Moorcock's 1969 novel Behold the Man, I'm going to formally suggest it as your answer. Except that Karl Glogauer is a neurotic and not (as best I recall) an epileptic, it seems to match what you recall very closely. It has been extensively reviewed in many places, but I will quote from the ...


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"Happy Ending", a novelette by Henry Kuttner and C. L. Moore (generally published as by Henry Kuttner but attributed to Kuttner & Moore by the ISFDB), first published in Thrilling Wonder Stories, August 1948, available at the Internet Archive. It was also the answer to this old question. You may have read it in one of these compilations. This ...


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"Time in the Round", a novelette by Fritz Leiber; first published in Galaxy Science Fiction, May 1957, available at the Internet Archive; reprinted in the 1958 hardcover anthology The Third Galaxy Reader edited by H L. Gold. The story is also available at Project Gutenberg. The Butcher, the youngest of the three boys and the one who causes all the ...


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