I supposed if you’d asked me before,
I’d have said a time machine might look
Something like a submarine?
Or perhaps a space rocket.
Instead, I’m looking at a laptop and
a tin tub from a garden centre.
This is my dad’s time machine.
And it’s about to change the world.
Well, mine, at any rate.
Al Chaudhury has a chance to save his dad’s
life – but to do it he must travel to 1984…
This astonishing and original novel will make you
laugh, cry, and wonder – and wish you could turn
back time, to start reading it all over again.