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[[ Read ]] ➫ The Unintentional Time Traveler  Author Everett Maroon – Dcrjservices.co.uk chapter 1 The Unintentional Time Traveler , meaning The Unintentional Time Traveler , genre The Unintentional Time Traveler , book cover The Unintentional Time Traveler , flies The Unintentional Time Traveler , The Unintentional Time Traveler f5bce768542ac Fifteen Year Old Jack Bishop Has Mad Skills With Cars And Engines, But Knows He Ll Never Get A Driver S License Because Of His Epilepsy Agreeing To Participate In An Experimental Clinical Trial To Find New Treatments For His Disease, He Finds Himself In A Completely Different Body That Of A Girl His Age, Jacqueline, Who Defies The Expectations Of Her Era Since His Seizures Usually Give Him Spazzed Out Visions, Jack Presumes This Is A Hallucination Feeling Fearless, He Steals A Horse, Expecting That At Any Moment He Ll Wake Back Up In The Clinical Trial Lab When That Doesn T Happen, Jacqueline Falls Unexpectedly In Love, Even As The Town In The Past Becomes Swallowed In A Fight For Its Survival Jack Jacqueline Is Caught Between Two Lives And Epochs, And Must Find A Way To Save Everyone Around Him As Well As Himself And All The While, He Is Losing Time, Even If He Is Getting Out Of Algebra Class.


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  2. says:

    The concept of this book is amazing I really wish the execution had been better.When teenager Jack Bishop agrees to participate in a medical study, he hopes that it will help with his epilepsy He does not expect that the study will send him back in time, but that s exactly what happens During the study, the doctors induce a seizure, and Jack wakes up in 1926 To make thingsbizarre, Jack isn t in his own body He s in the body of a girl named Jacqueline Can Jack Jacqueline use their new The concept of this book is amazing I really wish the execution had been better.When teenager Jack Bishop agrees to participate in a medical study, he hopes that it will help with his epilepsy He does not expect that the study will send him back in time, but that s exactly what happens During the study, the doctors induce a seizure, and Jack wakes up in 1926 To make thingsbizarre, Jack isn t in his own body He s in the body of a girl named Jacqueline Can Jack Jacqueline use their newfound time travel skills to save Jacqueline s town and navigate the tricky relationships in both of their lives This book puts a unique spin on a time travel story When Jack travels, he doesn t take his body with him He has to adapt to whatever body he finds himself inhabiting This raises a l...


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    This book offers an action packed and exciting adventure with time travel and a complex exploration of gender identity Looking forward to book 2 For the in depth review, visit my blog Read Diverse Books


  4. says:

    The Unintentional Time Traveler by Everett Maroon is a soon to be released young adult novel introducing Jack, a self deprecating and entertainingly sarcastic fifteen year old boy with a knack for automotive repair and self acceptance beyond his age He suffers from epileptic seizures that have him despairing that he ll ever be allowed to drive or live without padding on all the hard surfaces in his home By the time we catch up with him, Jack has suffered through numerous attempts to medicate h The Unintentional Time Traveler by Everett Maroon is a soon to be released young adult novel introducing Jack, a self deprecating and entertainingly sarcastic fifteen year old boy with a knack for automotive repair and self acceptance beyond his age He suffers from epileptic seizures that have him despairing that he ll ever be allowed to drive or live without padding on all the hard surfaces in his home By the time we catch up with him, Jack has suffered through numerous attempts to medicate his condition When his mother enrolls him in a clinical study for children with epilepsy, he s not thrilled or optimistic that anything life changing will come of it Boy, is he wrong Using an engaging and entertaining narrative voice, Maroon draws us...


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    This is a book in which time travel is done right As much as I love Jack, I love Jac evena story of a boy with epilepsy dissolves into a story of someone displaced in time and space, trying to get back to his own world But once the world around him starts to fall apart, the ties Jack has to reality begin to fall apart, honestly, by the time I finished this book, I couldn t tell which...


  6. says:

    Half baked.


  7. says:

    I was super excited about this initially but had a really hard time following the story and understanding what was going on A lot of jumps not just through time that were hard to follow Characterization was meh, no one really s...


  8. says:

    Well done Loved the time travel And OMG the main character, such a cute journey to finding out who she was.


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    The Unintentional Time Traveler by Everett Maroon is the story of teenage Jack Bishop, whose epilepsy ends up with him put into an experimental program to try to cure him Unexpectedly to say the least , this causes him to travel back in time and find himself in the body of 1920s teenage girl, Jaqueline But as Jack repeatedly jumps between time periods, losing stretches of time along the way, things get complicated in both the past, with a prohibition era self proclaimed prophet ruling the tow The Unintentional Time Traveler by Everett Maroon is the story of teenage Jack Bishop, whose epilepsy ends up with him put into an experimental program to try to cure him Unexpectedly to say the least , this causes him to travel back in time and find himself in the body of 1920s teenage girl, Jaqueline But as Jack repeatedly jumps between time periods, ...


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    I feel kind of awful not giving this a better rating, but for me 3 stars is a good book, and I would say that s where it sat for me.The problems I had were mainly with the writing itself Many events felt rushed, and many times the emotions didn t resonate with me After everything Jack Jacqueline had been through, and devoting so much time trying to figure out the myriad of mysteries, the end felt too rushed and sudden This is book 1 of 3, so I have to wonder if some things will be explained I feel kind of awful not giving this a better rating, but for me 3 stars is a good book, and I would say that s where it sat for me.The problems I had were mainly with the writing itself Many events felt rushed, and many times the emotions didn t resonate with me After everything Jack Jacqueline had been through, and devoting so much time trying to figure out the myriad of mysteries, the end felt too rushed and sudden This is book 1 of 3, so I have to wonder if some things will be explained later I m not the sort of sci fi fantasy fan who needs the Midi chlorians explanation, but there are a few things I d really love to find out All in all, I think with some heavy editing and polish this book could have easily been a 4 or 5 stars for me.As for the positives this was a very interesting, unique story, and I appreciated that the time travel involved was unlike anything I d read before I went in thinking this was about a transgender character in aexplicit way than they ar...