Jack Finney was an American author best known for his science fiction and thrillers, including the classic novel 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers', which has been adapted into several films. Born on October 2, 1911, and passing away on November 14, 1995, Finney's work often explored themes of time travel, alien invasion, and suspense. His other notable works include 'Time and Again' and 'The Night People'.
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Time and Again is a science fiction novel that follows Simon Morley, a young advertising artist living in New York City, who is recruited by a secret government project to travel back in time to the year 1882. The novel explores themes of nostalgia, love, and the complexity of time travel, as Simon falls in love with a woman from the past and must decide whether to stay in the 19th century or return to his own time.
A small town in California becomes the epicenter of a chilling phenomenon when its residents begin to suspect that their loved ones are being replaced by emotionless duplicates. As the paranoia spreads, a group of friends must fight to stay human and find a way to escape the clutches of the mysterious invaders before it's too late.