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“…This was a super fun read, with some fantastic new characters. I personally loved the antics of Melvin and Neil, and James Blonde had some great laugh out loud moments too … I certainly look forward to their next time traveling adventure. I think kids 8-12 will find this a hilarious and exciting read…”

AMAZON.COM
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“Author S.W. Lothian has consistently proven his ability to pen adventurous, intriguing, novels for middle-grade readers… In this new series, he postulates, not just time travel, but threats to the actual nature and existing of time … discover unexpected adventures, in a delightful and educational series…”

MALLORY ANNE-MARIE FORBES HAWS
Highly ranked Amazon reviewer.
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