by Simon Rose
The massive explosion in which Eleanor Chamberlain died at her research laboratory was seen as a tragic accident. Or was it the perfect crime? Two years later, Jake and Lydia discover a mysterious camera, capable of taking pictures of the distant past... and the future. As they uncover the shocking truth and learn secrets that people will kill to protect, Jake and Lydia are soon propelled into a deadly and desperate race against time to save the future.
“Without being overtly technical, the book succeeds in making the concept of time travel feasible. The action is fast paced” Moira Kirkpatrick, Resource Links
Simon Rose was born in Derbyshire, England. He graduated from university with a degree in history and has lived in Canada since 1990. He is also a graduate of the Institute of Children's Literature of West Redding, CT. Simon offers a wide variety of presentations, workshops and author-in-residence programs for schools and libraries, covering such topics as the writing process, editing and revisions. He is a regular speaker at conferences and festivals, and has served as a juror for numerous literary prizes and awards, including the Governor General's Literary Award for Children's Literature in 2007. Simon, his two children, and his dog and cat live in Calgary. Brit Writers speaks with Simon Rose