Losing Kei

Losing Kei

by Suzanne Kamata

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An American ex-patriot in Japan goes to desperate lengths to be reunited with her son.See more details below


An American ex-patriot in Japan goes to desperate lengths to be reunited with her son.

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The Grazianos, sibling scientists, combine speculation and science in a compulsively page-turning time-travel adventure. A physics experiment gone awry sends four people and a dog 65 million years into the past. Day-to-day survival among creatures like giant croc Deinosuchus and T. rex becomes a priority, even as the group of stranded scientists realize that getting home involves a thousand-mile trek across the amazing landscape of Hell Creek. Physicist Yariko Miyakara does the math and paleontologist Julian Whitney navigates until each is separated from the rest of the party and must fend for themselves alone. Meanwhile, police officer Sharon Earles spearheads an investigation, calling in physicists who work against the clock as the Feds prepare to shut the facility down. Details about plants, animals and insects in the distant past set the stage for a tight, scientifically plausible plot with a wholly unexpected twist that will keep readers guessing. (Sept.)

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