When a diphtheria epidemic hits her 1840 village, thirteen-year-old Jessie discovers it is actually a 1995 tourist site under unseen observation by heartless scientists, and it's up to Jessie to escape the village and save the lives of the dying children.
runningoutoftime, January 29, 2007 (view all comments by runningoutoftime)
i love the book havent finsh reading it i am on chapther 23 or 24 not sure but its full of adveture i would love if u made this a movie or something because this book is way better than "okay" it funney how she sees stuff and how we should appercaite the things we have and the medicen life has chaged alot since 1846 and life is alot eaiser than it was back then and it makes alot of twist making you wonder what happens next i read like 5 chapthers in 1 day it made me relize how much things we have that we didnt hve about 100 years ago and with a small sickness you could lose someone u love but now we dont we have the midecen to threat and i LOVE the book thankyou Margaret Peterson Haddix i love ur book
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