Back in Time

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iUniverse, Dec 16, 2011 - Fiction - 56 pages
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While testing the time machine Ijae had finally come to finish, she finds herself in what she soon discovers are the days of Slavery. She remembered hearing stories about this time in school and from her grandparents. She had even read a few books on the subject; however nothing would have prepared her for what she was about to experience. Not sure why or how she ended up here, she meets a young boy named Josiah, who himself is a slave.

Intrigued by what she sees and what she is learning, Ijae travels back and forth between the two times, with each time being more fascinating than the last. During these trips, Ijae and Josiah begin to help and teach each other, even finding themselves attempting what appears to be the impossible..


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Back in Time was formed from a series of journal writings over a 5 year period. With this great accomplishment of being published, it is now my dream to be the youngest African-American to leave my neighborhood a full fledge writer and author.

I am qualified to write a book because to me it’s a story that most times have a message or lesson. I believe I have accomplished that with Back in Time. Not only is the reader taken on a journey, but they are also taught about the days of slavery and the true meaning of perseverance. I have managed to write a mind catching, thought provoking and entertaining book.

It only gets better from here!

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