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Anachronism

Brett Vevers

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English
Shawline Publishing Group
28 April 2022
CAN TWO KIDS SURVIVE HIGH SCHOOL, GROWING UP, WATCHING WITH THE FIRST FLEET, CALL IN ON ANCIENT EGYPT, ALL THE WHILE TRYING TO SOLVE WHERE THE MYSTICAL CRYSTALS CAME FROM?

Jamie and Sharon discover a dying man on the way home from High School. He hands them delicate cut & coloured mysterious crystals and explains they will transport them anywhere they wish in time, but he warns that the cost may be deadly.

And what happens when two teenagers struggling through high school come face to face with the reality of actual time travelling through historical events...well, their world of education takes on a new spin and the ride of their lives starts as they try to get home in one piece and at the right time in their own lives!

But the worst part is not even the time jumping but the crystals' former owner who the dying man had stolen them from, also desperately wants them back and is hellbent on stopping the kids from using them...
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Imprint:   Shawline Publishing Group
Country of Publication:   Australia
ISBN:   9781922701589
ISBN 10:   1922701580
Pages:   222
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Brett is a High School teacher who has worked with teenagers with differing abilities and issues. He lives in country Victoria with his kids and his trusty dog, teaching at the local school. Brett has worked in a metal factory, IT, restaurants and built his own strawbale house. A big sci-fi and fantasy fan, his first novel 'Anachronism' stemmed from an idea that he had when he was in high school, then completed to show his kids that 'reading isn't that bad'.

Reviews for Anachronism

"""An exciting, well-paced adventure story of time travel and thrills for the imagination...great work and worth the read..."" Colin, Indiebook reviewer"


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