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Waver, Richard

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Title: Timepieces

Publisher: Xlibris, Corp.


Book Condition: Very Good


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Synopsis: Audrey Bushnell lives in a world where there are no animals, plants or creature comforts. The year is 2276. Humans live as agrarians under an orange sky. She is the daughter of the the Mayor of Milestown. Her father sends her with an envoy to meet the Feds and establish trade with them. The Feds want the coal that Milestown has and are willing to give them anything for it. During her encounters with the Feds she discovers their dark, horrifying secret. In an attempt to escape the Feds, she finds a box addressed to her that tells her to go to Philadelphia and find Thomas Lynch. Thomas Lynch lives in the present day Philadelphia and accidentally creates a device that allows a single person to transport themselves to any time, but not any place. His actions on making a timepiece land him in colonial Philadelphia during the creation of the Declaration of Independence of the United States. It's here that he meets Benjamin Franklin and helps define American History and in doing so meets Audrey. Tom crosses through three time periods and what he discovers surprises him.

About the Author: Richard Waver is originally from Los Angeles, CA. He now lives in the Metro DC area with his Son Andrew and daughter Alexis. He is a software engineer by day and has a Master Degree in computer science. Richard has told this story hundreds of times until he finally put it in writing. This is his first novel .

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