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   Time Boy, by Gus Bugallo  
 
  Novel, first publication in January 2005
 
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      Imagine being transported a million years back in time—without any warning or chance to say goodbye to your loved ones. Gaston Luna, an adventurous young boy living in the 1980s, finds himself thrown into an unforgettable odyssey after stumbling across a time travel key from the future. When he embarks on a series of expeditions with Sid Tempolink, an astrophysicist from the year 2231, Gaston discovers his destiny.

    Author Gus Bugallo captivates the reader’s attention with remarkable descriptions of ancient Patagonia and central Florida, along with other surreal settings hundreds of years into the future. Gaston and Sid encounter hundreds of new species—including saber cats, mammoths, Doom eagles, and six-horned antelopes—as they try to escape the dangers of the unknown terrain. When they journey into the future to share their discoveries, Gaston finds to his amazement the whole world awaiting his arrival as the historic Time Boy.

    Time Boy is an exciting tale filled with enough unpredictable twists and futuristic concepts to satisfy science fiction lovers of all ages.

     
     
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  • 20th Century
  • Children, Teens, Kids.
  • Far Past
  • Florida
  • Future
  • Time Travel - Time Control - Time Warp

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