Up The Line Author:Robert Silverberg He was a kind of Tom Jones of Time-Travel — Judson Daniel Elliott III thought of himself as being a pretty square type. But he was simultaneously attacked by restlessness, weltschmerz, tax liens and unfocused ambition. This left him with several horrible alternatives. — In the circumstances, he was glad to accept the advice of Sam, his friendly b... more »lack guru, who introduced Jud to the Time Service, Sam himself being a part-time Time Serviceman.
And a roistering, bawdy lot they turned out to be. Judson was alarmed and delighted. In Fact, he was astounded at the ease with which he took to the swinging life of a Time Courier - and before he knew it, he had of course, landed himself in a marvelous transtemporal paradox whose name was Pulcheria...« less