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Groundhog Day - Timeloop stories

sunkuwan

I recommended "Mother of Learning" several times, but are there any other good, long Timeloop novels?

repeated Time-Travel is also okay.
Or "last-effort" type of stories where the MC is in the last Loop (either through mental exhaustion or ending of the technology fueling the loop) and has to make it work with the knowledge of the countless loops beforehand, like the RWBY Fan-Fiction "Not this time, Fate".

Replies:   samuelmichaels  Gauthier  Argon
samuelmichaels

@sunkuwan

I recommended "Mother of Learning" several times, but are there any other good, long Timeloop novels?


Well, there is Replay by Ken Grimwood.

Geek of Ages

The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August, by Catherine Webb, is also really good, if you're looking for a professional novel that uses a time loop of sorts as a conceit.

sunkuwan

Thanks, will check it out. although Replay sounds more like a DoOver.

Replies:   PotomacBob
Gauthier

@sunkuwan

long Timeloop novels


The Aina series by hamminbyrd7
https://storiesonline.net/series/211/aina
200.000 years long timeloop ;)

smask

Faster than light series by Timm.

GrandArch

There's play it again, Sam. Incidentally, it was nominated for a clitoride.

sunkuwan

*answering my own thread*

I recently read a WIP Joffrey (ASoIaF) time-loop story. Was something else.

PotomacBob

@sunkuwan

Replay is much like the later movie, "Groundhog Day."

AmigaClone

This Friday the 13th

https://storiesonline.net/s/44511/friday-the-13th

Argon

@sunkuwan

https://storiesonline.net/s/48789/past-lives
by Ms Friday. The MC has reappeared in new incarnations for over 1,000 years. A very good story IMO.

rkimmelerre

Replay would be more Groundhog's Twenty Or So Years rather than Day. Fantastic book, though, as is Harry August. They're both similar and very different takes on a similar premise. I especially liked the wider community that communicates through time in Harry August.

cantamelon
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The Chance — a series by Old Man with a Pen

The life and Death of David…more than once.

I just finishes reading the series today.

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