Tomorrowchild

Tomorrowchild

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by Michael H. Fox
     
 
The past will change! A riveting drama that goes from small-town America to the steps of Congress in the blink of an eye.

Tomorrowchild—a look into our world if just a few things were inadvertently changed. Join Bobby Timmons and his friends as they explore their own faults and find hidden strengths. Explore the inner working of the mind, where it is possible

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The past will change! A riveting drama that goes from small-town America to the steps of Congress in the blink of an eye.

Tomorrowchild—a look into our world if just a few things were inadvertently changed. Join Bobby Timmons and his friends as they explore their own faults and find hidden strengths. Explore the inner working of the mind, where it is possible to reach into another's mind with a simple touch. Then discover what happens when the government finds out. Will the friendships formed be torn apart? How will minor changes in the timeline affect the world we live in? Can one person really make that much difference? You have to read it to find out. The past will change!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780595201037
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
10/16/2001
Pages:
348
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.78(d)

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Guest More than 1 year ago
Hello, I'm Michael H. Fox, the author of this book and I want to thank you for your interest. I have read numerous Science Fiction novels in my life, some good, some downright awful. I have yet to read a book like this. Most Science Fiction will focus on the science part of it. I've seen bestsellers that get so bogged down in explaining the science that it takes a scientist or mathemetician to read and understand them. Then there is Science Fiction that makes no sense at all and worse yet, has no plot, or the characters are aliens set on a different world. I against that, but I like to read stories about people I can believe in and places that seem familiar to me. My novel is set in the good old USA, using pretty normal-looking characters, except for a special gift or two. I've made sure the characters have their share of faults and good points, just like the rest of us. I've used a few of my own faults in the story, such as being shy, and stuttering. The novel mostly involves children, 6-12, who are thrown together, against their will initially, and must learn to work together to save their future from being destroyed. The kids are the good guys here, a rare thing in any novel, and they face a number of enemies, including the FBI. The biggest enemy of all is the computer system built by...well if I told you that, I'd reveal the plot. Let's just say that each child has his or her own gifts and abilities, their own problems to face, and their own destinies. Read this if you like character-driven stories and stories that are fast-paced. Read it if you like Science Fiction. Read it if you like kids. Read it if you ARE a kid. Just read it and you'll like it!