Crosstime Traffic (6 books)

Sort

As Listed

Most Popular

Publication Date

A-Z

Z-A

Crosstime Traffic is a series of books by Harry Turtledove. The central premise of the stories is an Earth that has discovered access to alternate universes where history went differently. "Crosstime Traffic" is the name of the company with a global monopoly on the technology.

 

Gunpowder Empire

Crosstime Traffic #1

by Harry Turtledove

Jeremy Solter is a teenager growing up in the late 21st century. During the school year, his family lives in Southern California--but during the summer the whole family lives and works on the frontier of the...


Curious Notions

Crosstime Traffic #2

by Harry Turtledove

In a parallel-world 21st-century San Francisco where the Kaiser's Germany won World War One and went on to dominate the world, Paul Gomes and his father Lawrence are secret agents for our timeline, posing as...


In High Places

Crosstime Traffic #3

by Harry Turtledove

In the 21st-century Kingdom of Versailles, the roads are terrible and Paris is a dirty little town. Serfdom and slavery are both common, and no one thinks that's wrong. Why should they? Most people spend their...


The Disunited States of America

Crosstime Traffic #4

by Harry Turtledove

Justin’s having the worst trip ever. He and his mother are Time Traders, traveling undercover to different alternate realities of Earth so they can take valuable resources back to their own timeline. In some...


The Gladiator

Crosstime Traffic #5

by Harry Turtledove

The Soviet Union won the Cold War. The Russians were a little smarter than they were in our own world, and the United States was a little dumber and a lot less resolute. Now, more than a century later, the world's...


The Valley-Westside War

Crosstime Traffic #6

by Harry Turtledove

Usually Crosstime Traffic concerns itself with trade. Our world owns the secret of travel between parallel continuums, and we mean to use it to trade for much-needed resources with the worlds next door. Preferably...


Comments (0 comments)


No comment yet. Sign in to post a comment.