A desperate girl
A faulty time machine
A rising body count
Seventeen year old Laken wants to help girls in abusive relationships. It's only a coincidence that some of these girls have bullied Laken ... no hard feelings, honest. Secretly using the time machine in her father's science lab, she sends them one by one into the last century. Poof, problems solved.
Except they're not.
Now the disappearances are being linked to unmarked graves. Parents are lying about their missing kids' whereabouts. The police want to search the lab. And Laken is running out of time to retrieve the last girl she sent to 1994 or risk disappearing herself.
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Title: The Girl in the Time Machine Author: Debra Chapoton Published: 3-2-2016 Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing Pages: 188 Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy Sub Genre: Time Travel; Teen & Young Adult ISBN: 13-9781523967551 ASIN: B01CADY2SK Reviewer: DelAnne Reviewed For: Debra Chapoton My Rating: 4.5 Stars I receive a copy of The Girl in the Time Machine from the author in exchange for my honest review. Most of us can empathize with 17 year old Laken and her problems in High School. Laken was just a touch more inventive in dealing with those who were making her life miserable. She sends them back in time so that they might learn the error of their ways by using the time machine in her father's basement. The they begin discovering unmarked graves. As the police begin investigating and start asking questions about her father and he is doing in their basement Laken races to retrieve the last girl she sent through the time machine. Lies, police closing in and suspicion on all sides make this a must read for any science fiction or mystery buff. With interesting characters and a well laid plot Debra Chapoton has manage to use her writing talents to bring us a novel that captures readers from the very beginning. At 188 pages The Girl in the Time Machine is a quick read. My rating is 4.5 out of 5 stars.