Past Imperfect (Back to the Future zine)
See also Past Imperfect (disambiguation).
|Author(s):||Mary Jean Holmes|
|Date(s):||1992, revised 1999|
|Fandom:||Back to the Future|
|External Links:||Online version|
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Past Imperfect is a 182-page (136,000 word) gen Back to the Future novel.
DescriptionFrom the publisher's website:
It all started out as a fairly typical day in the life of the Brown family and friends. Doc was eager to try out his newest refinement of the flux capacitor, Clara was itching to find out what had really happened to one of her ancestors, the kids were restless, and Jennifer was trying to convince Marty that, after a week of lousy fall weather in Hill Valley, 1994, they really needed a little vacation -- to anywhere or anywhen. Under those circumstances, Doc didn't need any persuasion to agree to a little jaunt to Jamaica, 1741. What he and everyone else was expecting to find was a successful end to the new invention's maiden voyage, the answers to Clara's questions about Sir Edward Clayton, quaintly antiquated Kingston, warm sun, blue oceans, and maybe a sandy beach or two. What they hadn't anticipated was their electrifying arrival, nor the persistent attentions of a certain all-too-familiar looking would-be pirate who wanted fame, a ship, a fortune -- and Doc's head....