THE HIMALAYAS, 5000 BC:
Commissioner Daiho is dead, but there’s no question of foul play. The murder of a Home Timer is about as likely as unauthorized interference with the work of a Correspondent. . . .
Isfahan, Arabia, 1029:
Abu Ali was startled. He hadn’t heard the stranger enter. The Correspondent was even more alarmed—his enhanced senses would have picked up the arrival of any normal human. Then the stranger spoke, and it was the language of the Home Time. Seconds later, Correspondent RC/1029’s world went dark.
The Home Time, 2000 Years Later:
Field Operative Rico Garron is about to have a very bad day.
|Publisher:||Random House Children's Books|
|Product dimensions:||5.47(w) x 8.51(h) x 1.19(d)|
|Age Range:||12 Years|
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Its horribly written as well as grmattically. :(
I lovee this book it is good book for teenagers and some people way above their reading level. Whoever reads this book will reaaly understand literature.
Rico Garron is disturbed when the death of Commissioner Diaho seems to be in fact a murder.
But when several facts come up that lead to a greater mystery than a mere murder, Rico finds himself on a timeless hunt to find the truth. And this journey is literally a timeless one.
Being of the future, Rico can in fact travel back in time hundreds of years and trace Commissioner Diaho's dealings to figure out why he was murdered and who killed him.
With TIME'S CHARIOT, Ben Jeapes writes a very intriguing story about the future. While at first it can be confusing trying to figure out what is going on and trying to learn these new "futuristic" terms, the story itself is still very enticing and will quickly pull readers in. The many twists and turns make this novel a true page-turner.