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The Line

Galaini, William LJ

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ISBN 10: 1481049453 / ISBN 13: 9781481049450
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Title: The Line

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Book Condition:Very Good

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Historical research has reached a new plateau: we can now observe human history as though it were occurring presently. With this new technology, a small team of scientists are assembled and isolated within the folds between timelines. Each member of the team has a specific role with distinct talents, and together they plan the greatest endeavor the human race has embarked upon. Their mission: observe and verify human history first hand. 
The team's investigation, however, yields radical and horrifying results, and they discover that they are not alone. Another time-traveler, one of ghostly presence and elegant brutality, is enacting its own code of justice on past atrocities. The haunting figure decimates a West African rebel camp in the 1990's. Emmett Till's murderers are crushed under the temporal interloper's heel in 1955. Leo Frank's assailants are incinerated in the early morning hours of his lynching in the Georgia woods of 1915. 
The timeline is a chaotic mess, and the team sets out to correct it in a desperate effort toward damage control. Their present and their future are at stake. While tracking the volatile time traveler, they quickly realize that they have gained its attention and soon a game of cat and mouse begins throughout history, leading them to the most horrible conclusion...

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Born in New Jersey, William LJ Galaini has lived all up and down the East Coast. Currently residing in northern Virginia, he teaches English at a Juvenile Detention Center in Fairfax County. Drawing on his various life experiences, military service, and family life, Galaini produces written work grounded in reality, be it humorous or science fiction.

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