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Neighbors in the Supernova | Kindle Edition

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Neighbors in the Supernova tells the story of Frank Tolovski, a physicist bent on revenge of his former friend and colleague Jacque Bellamy. Frank has created a device, the TX-88, by which to travel back in time to where it all began and take back what is rightfully his. From his home in suburban Minnesota, Frank’s moment has come to carry out his plan. Readers of the book have said:--"It feels like a Douglas Adams book."--"The characters are really fun and keep the story exciting."--"I love the science, fantasy, magic, history and adventure all rolled up into one!"--"It's a time traveling story, but presented in a fresh way."

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