|Dr. Dimension (1993) [Novel]|
by David Bischoff John DeChancie
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MAD SCIENTIST OR GENIUS?
Dr. Demetrios Demopoulos has a dream - a nd a lot of burned-out parts. But, despite far too many experiments that had blown up his lab at Flitheimar University, Dr. D. was certain he was on the brink of building a working spacetime machine. And, of course, he arch-rival, the voluptuous Dr. Vivian Vernon was determined to see that he failed - or else to steal his invention.
But neither of them had reckoned on an unknown benefactor who shipped a crateful of future technology that would soon see Dr. D., Viv, and three of their colleagues off on a round-the-universe jaunt. Lost in space time, caught in the middle of a war between two super-races of aliens, and allied with a computer construct who sounded like a bad Borscht Belt comedian, was there any hope for the five humans to ever get home - and would home still exist if and when they got there?
Original title: Dr. Dimension
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Adventure→ Space Opera