A time-travel technician and his possibly non-existent dog spend their days saving people from temporal anomalies while searching Minor Universe 31 for his father — the brilliant and sorrowful man who invented time travel, and then got lost outside of time.
“How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe is intellectually demanding, but also emotionally rich and funny. It’s clearly the work of a scifi geek who knows how to twist pop culture tropes into melancholy meditations on the nature of consciousness.” – io9 review
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