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Time and Space
     

Time and Space

by Shireen Jeejeebhoy
 

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"I am reading Time and Space by @ShireenJ and loving it! What a great writer!" - @Mariam_Kobras, 26 May 2013

Time is turning 40. But as she does every day of the week, she is on her way to her safe, boring job in the city, never thinking she is about to be yanked into a different space and time. Three boys grab her in broad daylight, pull her into a shiny

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"I am reading Time and Space by @ShireenJ and loving it! What a great writer!" - @Mariam_Kobras, 26 May 2013

Time is turning 40. But as she does every day of the week, she is on her way to her safe, boring job in the city, never thinking she is about to be yanked into a different space and time. Three boys grab her in broad daylight, pull her into a shiny cube, and take her to their present: a lab in future Toronto. Their prof is not amused. The boys had promised never again to kidnap people from the past, he reminds them. He orders them to leave her where they took the others: her future, their past. The Nasty Time, they call it. But while they leave her alone in order to prep the cube, bikini girl slips in, instructs Time on how to build a time machine to get back home, and hides just as the boys and prof return. But it's all gibberish to Time, and she doesn't want to learn anything about time travel . . . until the boys dump her in The Nasty Time. It's 2411. She's still turning 40. And she wants to go home.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780991969807
Publisher:
SA Jeejeebhoy
Publication date:
05/23/2013
Pages:
308
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.69(d)

Meet the Author

Shireen Jeejeebhoy mayn't have been born in Toronto, but she has fully immersed herself in its fractious and neighbourly life to the point that she uses it as a character in many of her books.

Jeejeebhoy received a B.Sc. in psychology from the University of Toronto. Her first book "Lifeliner: The Judy Taylor Story" won the 2008 Reader Views Reviewers Choice Award for best biography. Her first novel, "She" was shortlisted for The Word Guild Awards, Novel-Futuristic Category. Through Iguana Books, she recently published "Concussion Is Brain Injury," a true life memoir of her recovery from a "mild" traumatic brain injury. Jeejeebhoy is working diligently on her next two novels. When she is not writing, reading, taking photographs, she hunts for good coffee and sensational chocolate.

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