Christy Award Winner
A troubled family, whose pastor father resigned in disgrace from a church in suburban Philadelphia, moves to an old house in Black Mountain, North Carolina. They soon discover that their new home, nearly hidden from view on the side of a mountain, is no ordinary place. The family can see and speak with people who appear and disappear seemingly at will. Some of the visitors seem to have lived there in the past. More mysteriously, some will live there in the future. Then, soon after their move into the old house, their eight-year-old son vanishes without a trace! Has he been kidnapped, or has he wandered off into the dark forest? How does the "house beyond time" provide the answers, some of them shocking?
"Brilliant! That's the writing of Ann Tatlock. Can I be like her when I grow up? Somewhere in time, I could be . . ." -Diane Huff Pitts, reader review
Foreign editions in the following languages: German (2016)
|Publisher:||Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.73(d)|
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