The Twisted Tale of Stormy Gale - Christine Bell Reviews
Description:Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Christine Bell / Kindle Edition / Book is published 2011-04-25 by Carina Press
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by - written on 06/06/11 (Very useful, 44 readings)
The twisted tale of Stormy Gale by Christine Bell --The synopsis-- I'm a time pirate-born in 1810, now a 21st-century woman. I travel through time trying to right wrongs without disrupting the fragile balance between what is and what can never be. That's why it's vital that I go to 1836 and find the man who conned my brother out of his Time Travel Mechanism as quickly as possible. If the technology falls into the wrong hands, it could change the world as we know it. The notorious Duke of Leister definitely qualifies as the wrong hands. An amateur scientist of the slightly mad variety, he's bound to figure out how to use the TTM ... Read the complete review
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