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Timesnatch


Book Description
Winner of the 1995 Earthworm Award (junior category). Set in the year 2039, a terrifying spiral of events follow a physicist's invention of a machine which can travel back in time, snatch any living thing, and bring it to the present. The author won the 1994 Carnegie Medal for "Stone Cold".
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Publisheraudible.com
BindingAudio Download (2 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
ISBN-10B000VB49SW
Publication Date01/01/1901
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About Robert Swindells (Author) : Robert Swindells is a published author and a translator of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Robert Swindells include Inside The Worm, In the Nick of Time, Night... more
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