7 Time-Travel Books for Falling Back, and Combating Seasonal Affective Disorder

BookBar Fri, 11/10/2017 - 3:26pm

It’s once again time to fall back which is exciting for the sake of more sleep, but more importantly, that means it’s time to post think-pieces on why daylight savings time is an ancient useless relic of the past and we should rid ourselves of it posthaste. It also marks the beginning of the season when you can be mean and grumpy to everyone and have a reasonable excuse for it. 

In all seriousness, we as humans are, for our entire lives time-travelers, hurtling toward the inevitable moment at which we stop traveling through time. Or anywhere. Such is the nature of existence. If we are ceaselessly traveling through time, falling back is the one day where we can finally get a breather from all that exhausting travel and just relax. And what better way to relax than reflect on time traversed by others? People try to label time-travel books as fantasy, but they’re wrong; there’s nothing more human and normal than time travel. Anyhow here are some books you can wish you had time to read this leap day: