The Teleportation Of An American Teenager

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In the 1920?s the spirit of a Druid high priest from ancient Ireland vests upon Ivan McKinley-an Irish-American teenager, the gift of traveling through time by way of the subconscious. Their mission: Prevent history from repeating itself.

Share Ivan?s exotic experiences as he travels the Silk Road during the Middle Ages. Cross the Taklamakan - the largest and most abominable desert on Earth. Startle your wits with the bizarre traditions of the Mongols. Meet a barbarian beauty ...

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Overview

In the 1920’s the spirit of a Druid high priest from ancient Ireland vests upon Ivan McKinley-an Irish-American teenager, the gift of traveling through time by way of the subconscious. Their mission: Prevent history from repeating itself.

Share Ivan’s exotic experiences as he travels the Silk Road during the Middle Ages. Cross the Taklamakan - the largest and most abominable desert on Earth. Startle your wits with the bizarre traditions of the Mongols. Meet a barbarian beauty Ivan tries to change into a graceful lady of noble birth. Would they end up in a passionate love affair against all odds?  

Spend three months at an ancient monastery the friars of which consider it a preamble to Paradise. Wear your favorite costume at a carnival in Venice. Meet historical figures in a way you’d never thought possible - away from history books. And above all, evaluate the past from your own viewpoint.

Welcome to Ivan’s dreams. Welcome to the wisdom of the ages!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781932672794
  • Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
  • Publication date: 3/2/2005
  • Pages: 344
  • Product dimensions: 0.77 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 5.50 (d)

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The Teleportation of an American Teenager is the last in a series of novels written by Andrew Rodriguez. "The Caiman Affair" (memoirs of a Cuban refugee) and his children’s story; My Most Influential Friend are also among his most notable works.

Passionate about writing, Andrew spends his retirement years setting free his prolific imagination.

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