Theater Boy

Theater Boy

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by Michael Fox
     
 

Who is Bobby Timmons? Or maybe the question is, "What is Bobby Timmons?"Dottie Brown has to dig deep to find the answers, using her insight, her intelligence, and her own brand of ESP. She must discover if he is:An alien come to destroy life on Earth? He certainly acts weird enough for that.A spy being chased by the government? Even at 13, he's got something to

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Who is Bobby Timmons? Or maybe the question is, "What is Bobby Timmons?"Dottie Brown has to dig deep to find the answers, using her insight, her intelligence, and her own brand of ESP. She must discover if he is:An alien come to destroy life on Earth? He certainly acts weird enough for that.A spy being chased by the government? Even at 13, he's got something to hide.Just a quirky teen who's a thorn in her side? Nah.Something's wrong with him, no "normal" kid acts like that. But then, Dottie isn't "normal" either. Is that why she's attracted to him? She must find the answer to those questions, and in the process, save the world from the ultimate terrorist act.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781413717976
Publisher:
Publish America
Publication date:
06/14/2004
Pages:
190
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.44(d)

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Theater Boy 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is wonderfully crafted and can be enjoyed by any age group.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Let me start by saying Michael Harrison Fox is an excellent author .Amazing. I read this book in one night. This book is a great book for young teens. Meet Dottie Simmons a 13 year old flat chested tomboy who hates boys and loves sports well until she meets Bobby Timmons in a dream? Dottie Brown has a connection with Bobby but how? The start of the book reminded me of the writing style of Judy bloom but in the future. The book starts out with Dottie writing in her diary and wishing she could move and be like her friend Penny. It's like a 'mystery Sci-Fi' gone crazy and I think pretty much anybody could & would enjoy it. Judy Bloom was my fav author as a child and Michael brought all my memories back on my childhood in this book. Over 20 some years ago we had Judy today we have Michael. The main characters are fleshed out so vividly that you never want the story to end and the plot and story line excellent, really creative. I will be recommending this book to my children and their friends. I highly recommend this book for all teens. Out of 5 stars I give it a ten. I understand that this book is Part One of the Tomorrowteens Series. Well Michael Harrison Fox is going places and I can predict he will be on the top sellers list by Christmas. Rose DesRochers Author of She is like the wind
Guest More than 1 year ago
Michael Harrison Fox has managed to combine the best of both worlds here: a story for young teens that entertains, while staying in the real world. Bobby Timmons is the ultimate anti-hero, drawn against his will into doing what must be done to save the world from a future terrorist attack. He uses knowledge of the future and a few gadgets to do the job, but also relies on the friends he makes, including the girl he married in an alternate future. But the author does not let you forget that these are kids we're talking about. Kids with extraordinary insight and a keen grasp for right and wrong. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to future installments.