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This review is from: Shortcut in Time (Paperback)
What a shame that this book took eighty or so pages to really get going, because from thereon the time travel aspect was thoroughly enjoyable.
Josh Winkler finds a pathway through town, Euclid Heights, Illinois, that can transport you into the past or future. He finds a mystery girl turning up from 1908, and then it gradually builds up to the interesting bits.
The ending leaves you a little surprised, though with time-travel you must expect things not to always remain the same when you get back to your own time.
It certainly deserves a 4 star rating, and in the Time-Travel ratings it may not be the greatest tale of all time, but if you're a TT freak you shouldn't miss it by any means.