This was a gobble-down book for me, read all in one session. It’s 2:30 am and I just finished it, never for a moment was I bored enough to get sleepy. It may have been intended as a young adult novel, but the story transcends age. And yet, it’s impossible to describe. One of my favorite authors, Diana Galbaldan, was once told her novels would have to be sold through word of mouth, because no review or publicity campaign could ever adequately convey how wonderful they are, or even what genre they fall into. Camille DeAngelis is in that rare category. The Boy From Tomorrow is a historical, fantasy, time-travel, coming-of-age, family relationship story. Yet nothing in it is anything like what Gabaldan (or anybody else) writes. Unique. Spellbinding. Trust me, you’ll love it.
I write, study history, and work the reference desk at the public library. My home in the Missouri woods is shared with Richard, my husband of 50+ years, Cookie, a little white terrier, and Sunshine, a big yellow cat. After seven non-fiction books, I finally turned to the writing I always wanted to do: mystery novels. TANGLED ROOTS, a tale of secrets, lies, and murder along the Missouri River, was published January, 2017. My next novel, THE SANITY OF STRAWBERRIES, a murder set inside a state mental hospital, will be published in 2018.
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