PORTAL (The Portal Series, Book1): An Alternative History Adventure

PORTAL (The Portal Series, Book1): An Alternative History Adventure

by Richard Bowker

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Overview

Trapped in an alternative universe where New England is at war, two young boys must find their way home. But first, they must help New England win the war.

Larry Barnes has made a spectacular discovery—an invisible portal to a parallel universe, where Burger King is Burger Queen, cell phones are huge, and his hometown doesn't look anything like the place where he lives.

When Larry returns, he tells his best friend, Kevin, who convinces him to re-enter The Portal. What could go wrong?

This time, Larry and Kevin enter a world devoid of modern technology, where "America" doesn't exist, and New England is losing a war against Canada and New Portugal. Unable to get back to The Portal, they offer their knowledge to the New England army in order to survive and gain hope of returning home.

But when the ambitious lieutenant using their services discovers just how valuable Larry and Kevin's knowledge is, he changes the plan.

Publisher Note: Contains mild violence and is most appropriate for readers 13+. Fans of Octavia Butler, John Dreese, John Birmingham and Marc Stiegler as well as David R. Bernsteinwill enjoy The Portal Series.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781614174639
Publisher: ePublishing Works!
Publication date: 08/16/2013
Series: The Portal Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 296
Sales rank: 289,280
File size: 904 KB
Age Range: 13 - 18 Years

About the Author

Critically-acclaimed author Richard Bowker has published a variety of novels including science fiction, mysteries and thrillers. When he isn't writing, Richard enjoys offering thoughts on the writing life at www.richardbowker.com

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