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Erasing Time

Twins Sheridan and Taylor couldn't be more different, both intelligent, Taylor is into physics and a genius while Sheridan is more the bookish type. Taylor is helping Sheridan with her physics while getting ready for a date of her own when their whole world is turned upside down. They are sucked into a whole new world, 400 years into the future. Things are very different in the 25th century. There are no animals and all of the people are gathered into domed cities to protect them from the elements and other cities. Unfortunately for the twins, there are scientists in the 25th century that want a man named Tyler Sherwood, who was a genius in a field of learning that they want help with. So these scientists decided to find his DNA signal and suck Tyler from his life in the 21st century and bring him to the 25th century so that he can help them. What the scientists don't realize is that identical twins share their DNA and that's how they end up sucking the twins into their time. They also don't realize that these unassuming teenage girls are very smart, and they have some secrets that they don't want the government to realize. These girls must figure out who to trust. Can they trust Echo, a smart guy that they've just met that obviously have secrets of their own? Or should they trust only each other and rely on their own intelligence to get them out of this mess?

I have to say that I LOVED this book! I love the characters of Taylor and Sheridan. They are both strong, amazing young women, who don't just turn over and play dead when things don't go their way, they figure a way out of their problems instead. I love the character of Echo, I like the way he is an honorable man. I like the way Taylor, Sheridan and Echo's secrets stay that way, until at a proper time they are revealed. This book was full of action, adventure and imagination. I can't wait for the second book in this series!

I was able to borrow a copy of this book from my local library.

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