Justine Freeman is an average, 15 year old, high school student. She has a twin brother and a best friend, who acts more like her twin, Kelly Baxter. One regular day after lunch, the three, along with another friend, find themselves inexplicably transported backwards through time to the year 1957. Justine has no idea how this was possible or why it would have happened. Kelly, on the other hand, is the type who has been expecting something extraordinary like this to happen her entire life.
As the friends try to figure out how to get back home, they become entangled in a strange murder plot. Trusting each other and using their quick wits, they safely maneuver their way through. However, just when it seems they are about to succeed in going back to the present day; they wind up in the year 2037.
In this strange future, everyone is required to have an identifying device known as a “pendant.” When the teens arrive without any, they are immediately detained by authorities. Still having only each other to rely upon, and no possible way to escape; they realize their adventure is far from over yet.
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The story just keeps you wanting to keep going on . You can’t put it down. I think it would be a great movie. I look forward to the next twins adventure. Hopefully soon. See you in the future.
About the Author
Keri Barker is an artist, writer, and filmmaker. She co-wrote the musical, “What Fairy Tale Is This Anyway!?,” which debuted at the Producer’s Club in Manhattan in 2007. She also co-wrote/directed/produced and starred in the feature film, “An Appointment with Mr. Vield.” Keri earned an Associate of Arts degree from Green River Community College in Auburn, WA, and then attended the University of Washington in Seattle. Before completing her B.A. Keri took an opportunity to move to New York City in 2006, where she spent many years learning theater, art, and film. Throughout all of her journeys in life, Keri has kept very detailed journals and diaries. She has enjoyed writing about her life, and also fictional tales based off of things she’s encountered, places she’s been, and people she’s met. She is excited to be able to continue her written journey with The Twin Travelers series. Keri currently resides in Seattle. In her spare time, she enjoys tattooing, painting, and spending time with her family.
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