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On New Year's Eve, 1999, fourteen-year-old Lisa Collins discovers an old-style steamer trunk while storing three boxes of Christmas decorations in the attic. Curious, as she is certain the old trunk wasn't there three weeks before when she herself retrieved the decorations, she manages to pick the locking hasps with a piece of stiff wire she finds in the garage. Inside the trunk, among some old magazines, books, and obsolete 45-rpm phonographic records, she finds a dusty old photograph album with Our Family embossed on the cover. Except for the aged and dusty appearance, the album is identical to their own album downstairs in the den. Intrigued, Lisa begins paging through it and discovers that the album is identical to their own in all respects but one: the old album contains many pages of photographs beyond the point where their own album ends. Feeling uneasy for reasons she can't understand, Lisa is hesitant about looking beyond the point where their own album ends. Finally, however, she finds the nerve to turn the page. The photograph on the next page is an eight by ten of herself and a handsome young man wearing evening attire. Although she doesn't immediately recognize the young man standing beside her, both are smiling happily at the camera. When she glances at the bottom of the photograph, she feels the blood draining from her face: An ornate sign on the floor proclaims the young couple to be "Homecoming King and Queen, 2002!" She is looking at a photograph that won't be taken for another two years!
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1515042391