Harry finds himself alone and in trouble, trying to survive amongst the squalor and repulsion that life on the Western Front spawns. He must fight both the Germans and the British just to survive and knows that time isn’t on his side as the Allied offensive marches ever closer. His mission is unclear, but as events unfold and his options narrow he will do well to just stay alive and get home. The importance of his task weighs heavily on his mind however, and the consequences of failure override his own safety as he strives for success.
Laura has never been one for staying home and hoping for the best. After enlisting her friends she sets out to assist Harry as he fights the losing battle. Separated by nearly a century, she will risk anything and everything to help his cause and bring him home, sometimes with disastrous results. Space and time become meaningless to her as she plots to spoil the carefully laid plans of their Spanish nemesis, but it’s not that simple; he is after all a master at his game, and stands to gain even more power unless they can stop him once and for all.
Battles rage through time and across continents, but as the climax approaches all the antagonists gather for the final confrontation that could rock the foundations of modern society. Who will come out on top? Can good triumph over evil and who will be left standing as the curtain falls?
Time to Reflect is the final novel in the Harry Harrison trilogy and will answer all the questions that the saga has posed up until now. Harry’s private conflicts have stretched over ten years, but time knows no bounds and builds no barriers. As we look back over his past, and indeed our own, could we have hoped for more? It poses the question: If time were a mirror, would you like your reflection?