Fourteen-year-old Georgie Sheppard always felt he was different. Plagued by strange occurrences since early childhood, nothing was ever normal for him. Highly intelligent and studious, he has been a constant target for bullies. The situation, however, moves far beyond the scope of his usual daily torment as an increasingly bizarre series of realistic dreams take him back to the end of the 19th century. Facing dark forces that he cannot even begin to comprehend, Georgie embarks on a perilous journey, one where the fabric of time, and reality itself, may be in jeopardy of forever becoming undone.
I was attracted to the
book because of the title and am always interested in time travel.
As I started to read the book, I found that I could not put it down at the end of one chapter. I had to go onto the next chapter.
The book was so interesting that I had to look Nicholas Tesla up on the Internet and research a few articles. This is highly unusual for me as I usually are not that motivated to do that.
When I came to the end of the book, I was disappointed in that I was left in suspense and wanted to know what happened next! When is he writing his next book?
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