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Nick of Time

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 890 Ratings and 319 Reviews

Book Description
The setting is England, 1939, on the eve of war. Nick and his sister, Kate, begin gathering vital information for Winston Churchill as he tries to warn England of the imminent Nazi invasion. But the Nazis become the least of Nick's problems after he discovers a time machine hidden in a cove. Unfortunately, the evil pirate Captain Billy Blood, who travels through time capturing little children and ... More
Book Information
PublisherSquare Fish
BindingPaperback (10 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages464
ISBN-100312581432
ISBN-13978-0312581435
Publication Date09/01/2009
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About Ted Bell (Author) : Ted Bell is a published author of children's books. Some of the published credits of Ted Bell include Hawke: A Novel, Nick of Time.
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11/14/2011 Clark Highsmith said: Nazis, pirates and Horatio Nelson. Nuff' said.
tags: Horatio Nelson, time travel, Second World War, World War 2, Nazis

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7/9/2009 John Morath said: A little slow at the start, but once the story got rolling I was reminded of old-fashioned swashbucklers from when I was a boy.
tags: I recommend

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