Twice upon a Time

Twice upon a Time For the second time historian Alex Balfour who has a genetic disposition to time travel Time After Time finds himself in another era Transported to the Philadelphia Exposition of Alex is bef

  • Title: Twice upon a Time
  • Author: Allen Appel
  • ISBN: 9780881843842
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Hardcover
  • For the second time, historian Alex Balfour, who has a genetic disposition to time travel Time After Time , finds himself in another era Transported to the Philadelphia Exposition of 1876, Alex is befriended by a disparate group, including four black men, some captured Indians, Mark Twain, and General Custer Concurrently, his contemporary lover, New York Times reporterFor the second time, historian Alex Balfour, who has a genetic disposition to time travel Time After Time , finds himself in another era Transported to the Philadelphia Exposition of 1876, Alex is befriended by a disparate group, including four black men, some captured Indians, Mark Twain, and General Custer Concurrently, his contemporary lover, New York Times reporter Molly Glenn, is pursuing the story of a young Sioux claiming to be the descendant of Crazy Horse.

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    1 thought on “Twice upon a Time”

    1. Not as enchanting for me at the first book, but still an alright readm The CriticsPublishers WeeklyIn this new adventure, Alex Balfour, time-traveling hero of Appel's successful Time After Time, finds himself flung back 100 years to the Philadelphia Exposition of 1876. There he lives with a group of emancipated slaves, investigates the latest technological advances and runs into Mark Twain. He and Twain and one of the black men release two captured Indians from their exhibit, and the five embark [...]

    2. Did not even realize this was part of a series. I have never felt compelled to read the whole thing. but it was a good read.

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