The Eiffel Tower Prophecy (Young Adult Time Travel Thriller)

The Eiffel Tower Prophecy (Young Adult Time Travel Thriller)

by D. B. Gilles

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10-year-old Dalton Hillyer's father is found dead at the foot of Cleopatra's Needle, the Egyptian obelisk in New York City's Central Park.

He's wearing late 19th century clothes, carrying 19th century French francs. In his pocket is a receipt from a renowned Paris restaurant circa 1889 and a ticket dated 1889 from The Louvre. No one knows why. Next to his body is an ornate piece of jewelry called The Brimstone, which has a disturbing history.

The case is closed.

Seven years pass. Dalton, now 17, gets a phone from a teenaged girl, Juliet, who has information about his father. She tells him about her sister, Eliza, who disappeared seven years ago -- on the same day Dalton's father's body was found.

She also has an outlandish theory: Your father found a way to go back in time to Paris and he took my sister with him. He came back and my sister didn't. I want to know why.

So begins The Eiffel Tower Prophecy, a Young Adult time-travel fantasy. Dalton and Juliet join forces and by using The Brimstone, find a way to go back to Paris 1889.
Also in pursuit of The Brimstone is a grisly mercenary with orders to find it at any cost. A woman, known as The Duchess, employs him. If he returns it, he'll receive a reward of $5 million Euros. He too makes his way to the City of Light.

But once in Paris, 1889, Dalton and Juliet can't get back – until they find an ally in the person of Gustave Eiffel, the man who built The Eiffel Tower.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149170135
Publisher: D.B. Gilles
Publication date: 04/07/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 147,932
File size: 363 KB

About the Author

D.B. Gilles’s Time-travel novel Paris Time is a departure from his two previous novels: I Hate My Book Club (about an all-female book club that lets in a man) and Colder Than Death (a mystery about a young funeral director who stumbles onto a local serial killer). He is a produced and published playwright whose plays include The Girl Who Loved The Beatles and Men’s Singles. He is on the faculty of The Undergraduate Film Department at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where he teaches screenwriting, comedy writing and writing for television. He has also taught at The Gallatin School of Individualized Study at NYU. He is the author of Writers Rehab: A 12-Step Program For Writers Who Can’t Get Their Act Together, The Screenwriter Within: 2nd Edition, New Strategies To Finish Your Screenplay & Get A Deal!, You’re Funny! Turn Your Sense of Humor Into A Lucrative New Career and The Portable Film School .

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Carlo_D More than 1 year ago
YOU HAD ME AT TIME TRAVEL! Like all of Gilles’ work, “Eiffel Tower Prophecy” is a tight, lean story that moves quickly and takes no prisoners – except for your attention. Similar to Dan Brown’s novels, you’re immediately pulled into the mystery when the book opens; the action races along with only brief pauses for you to catch your breath. The rich, diverse characters play well off each other, with occasional humor to offset the thrill. Add romance, international chase, time travel and murders, and you’ve got a fast read that you won’t want to put down until you’ve finished it.