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Product details

  • Paperback: 164 pages
  • Publisher: K&T Mitchell (24 Jun. 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0955855012
  • ISBN-13: 978-0955855016
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,678,984 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

Tracey Morait was born in Liverpool, England, in 1964, where she lived up until 1990 when she moved to Bristol to work as a librarian. There she met Keith Mitchell, whom she married in 1993.

Tracey writes and self-publishes books for children and young adults between the ages of nine and sixteen and Keith designs the book covers. K&T Mitchell is their own small press.

Published titles:

Goalden Sky (paperback and Kindle, 2014) Sport/Football - Teens
Big Brother (paperback and Kindle, 2012) Science Fiction/horror/ghost - Teens
Epiworld (paperback and Kindle, 2010) Science Fiction/Fantasy - Teens
Abbie's Rival (paperback and Kindle, 2008) Young Romance - age 9-12
Goalden Girl (paperback and Kindle, 2007) Sport/Football - age 9-12

Tracey gets much of her inspiration for her writing from her interests and life experiences. She is a keen Liverpool supporter and plans to write more football fiction like Goalden Girl and Goalden Sky. Epiworld was inspired by her real life experience of epilepsy with which she was diagnosed in 2000.

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By Carol Arnall on 17 Jun. 2011
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I was drawn into this book from the first page.
The story kept me wanting to know more every step of the way. I really wanted to know the ending; but on the other hand that meant finishing the book!
An excellent all round read. I highly recommend this book, and I will certainly be reading more by this talented author.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 11 Feb. 2014
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Aimed at a younger market than myself, did not diminish my enjoyment of this time travel story. Completed it in two sittings. Wish I could have done so in one for no other reason than it was gripping. The characters were well developed, which has to be the case in any good story. Very interesting storyline, which I will not attempt to divulge here but it kept me glued to my Kindle. Enough science but plenty of fiction to engage sci fi fans. The words jumped off the screen so I played the 'movie' of it in my mind perfectly. You will not be disappointed.

i would recommend it to anyone of any age who likes time travel, sci fi and a bloody great story. Off to read another book by the same author - Big Brother. I may be some time. In the meantime now you have read this click Buy and take yourself on an amazing journey.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By G. James on 22 Aug. 2010
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This is a face-paced adventure Young Adult time-slip adventure. There are plenty of thrills and spills and many curious and puzzling questions about time travel.
There is the intriguing questions of the link between epilepsy and temporal displacement - already explored to some extent in Debz Hobbs-Wyatt's short story Jigsaw and Adam Rapp's 33 Snowfish.
There is a good balance throughout of dialogue, description and action, though just occasionally a character speaks out of voice. The characters are on the whole likeable and rounded, - even the "baddies". The story arc is satisfying and the resolution works. This is perhaps particularly more so because Morait has drawn on the archetypal Oedipus story. Travis falls in love with his mother and kills his father.
On the whole, the novel is extremely well crafted though one more edit may have benefited it well. Nevertheless, a good read.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 21 Aug. 2010
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Although older than the target age group, I bought this book after reading the 'search inside' and wanting to know what happened next. It's an ideal length for the target audience, not too long to be boring, but long enough to tell a cracking good yarn. It held my interest to the end with plenty of twists in the plot and with a complex enough story to keep you thinking all the way through. I love time-shift stories, and this one was no exception.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Schlinks on 16 July 2011
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I got this book after coming across Tracey Morait's blog on the internet.

I've always loved a good adventure story so I just had to find out what happened to Travis on his travels. Well lots! And its been well laid out by Morait in this action packed story. Travis goes through a whole range of experiences some quite mystifying for a young lad who suffers from seizures. Most of us go through life wondering Why and How about a lot of things and this is without having to cope with Epilepsy. Travis has to bear this added "burden" because in a futuristic perfect (i.e. disease free) world he is unclean. The author has done a good job of touching upon the stigma attached to ailments people do not understand. Her personal experiences with epilepsy makes her even more qualified to touch upon this. They are not mad, they are not dirty, they do not need to be secluded, they are just as human as the rest of us!

The book kept me interested right till the end because the adventures range from pretty realistic to complete fantasy. Some I would have enjoyed being a part of myself :-)

The plot moves along nicely. The Characters (like in "Goalden Girl" and "Abbie's Rival") are plausible and somewhere within the sub plots there is the classic Oedipus complex guiding the story. However I am not sure how much this book's target audience know about that. As an adult am I reading more into it than there is? I don't know... But I liked it.

There is a fair amount of swearing in the book, little more than I am comfortable with and occasionally the obsession with revenge on Chas comes across as too extreme but overall I enjoyed the story and I know I will go back to it sometime in the future as I do with other books I have enjoyed reading.

And I am Looking forward to the next novel by this author.
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