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Clockwiser: Book 2 in the Clockwise Series (Volume 2)
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ClockwiseR is a very strong follow-up to Clockwise, with deeper character development and larger issues. ... E. OMalley "RiffsAndReviews"
A great follow-up to the super fun CLOCKWISE! More time-travel adventures, more scary cliffhangers. The writer's strength in describing battle scenes and war time add to the historical parts. The resolution was not what I expected. Great writing and a fun book! - Leigh Moore, goodreads reviewer
This is such a cute series and I totally loved the ending! - Veray Carter, goodreads reviewer
About the Author
Elle Strauss is the bestselling author of fun, other-worldy YA: whimsical things like time-travel, fairies and merfolk (with a nice helping of romance!) She divides her time between BC, Canada and Dresden, Germany, and enjoys drinking coffee and eating chocolate in both places.
She also writes Dystopian YA, Historical Fiction, and Mystery Suspense as Lee Strauss and inspirational romance as Hope Franke Strauss.
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Casey travels back to the 1800's with her brother. She has figured out that her time travel happens in a stressful moment. What is more stressful than a mother finding drugs in her brother's bedroom. Trying to talk to her brother, they both take a trip back in time.
Tim is having an emotional/rebellious crisis. He looks at the time travel as a sort of game. The rules of the past don't apply to him, or so he thinks.
Casey never knows when she will come home. She gets a tingly feeling and knows that she has moments before she is home. Tim didn't heed her call and stayed in the past. She even manages to bring a person from the past into the future!
The book has some wonderful historic elements. The time period is of the US Civil War. I'm glad that Elle Strauss didn't sugarcoat the hardship and death rate of the soldiers.
This is some romance angst, some action, and historical research.
I hope in the next book we find out what happens to Will. He's the young man she inadvertently brought to the present with her. There is quite a bit that can happen with that story and I look forward to reading the next installment
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An excellent blending of history and engaging tale.