The Magic Bicycle

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Ellen Hill, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 323 pages
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Written for the young, young adults, and the young in spirit, this story is about a troubled boy who, along with his cat, helps an alien escape the government. In return, he receives a magic bicycle powered by his imagination. Upon discovering that it can time travel, he begins a quest to learn if he should change time to save his mother and sister from the car accident that killed them. Danny and his talking cat visit Socrates, Benjamin Franklin, HG Wells and Einstein.
 

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Page 35 - For a moment, he thought he was going to black out, but then his senses expanded, stretching beyond flesh - stretching beyond the confines of the basement and into space.

About the author (1998)

William Hill is a naturalised northern Nevadan, a native of Indianapolis, Indiana and a product of many places and stories. He first learned to read through superhero comic books, then spy-thrillers, SciFi and finally fantasy novels, tucked in among the required classic readings. Bill has a degree in economics from Vanderbilt University, and an MBA from the University of North Texas. He has been employed as a ski patroller at Diamond Peak, Incline Village, Nevada, a sports official in Douglas County, and has been certified in Outdoor Emergency Care.

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