Future Gold

Future Gold What part of the past would you change Jordan didn t want to travel back in time She thought the members of the Time Cult were frankly a little whacked But as the daughter of a daughter of a daughte

  • Title: Future Gold
  • Author: Catharine Bramkamp
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • What part of the past would you change Jordan didn t want to travel back in time She thought the members of the Time Cult were, frankly, a little whacked But as the daughter of a daughter of a daughter, she had little choice but to prepare, take part, be knowledgeable and be ready to travel back in time But nothing could prepare her for what happened Or when.

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    1. A great read! If only all the time travelling women we read about had managed to raise the status of women generally, more quickly. In this case a girl from a barren dystopian world, where everyone prefers to spend time in the Cloud rather than the impoverished reality, is part of a cult group. The women each study differing time periods and steal computer time to boost one or more of their number to the past. Our heroine Jordan doesn't expect the plot to change time to work, and is astonished t [...]

    2. After enjoying the fantasy of a young girl travelling back in time to change the future for the better, in Future Girl (book 1), I was happy to continue the series with Future Gold. Either book could be read as a stand alone, although the reader may grasp the futuristic elements of book 2 more easily if they are already familiar with the background from book 1.Set further still in the future, Future Gold follows a different character in Jordan, than in Future Girls’ Charity, and this time Jord [...]

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