The Repercussions of Tomas D: Tomas is a boy haunted by a nightmare. Night after night in his dreams he runs to the bomb shelter as the sirens scream. Every morning he wakes gasping for breath surprised to be alive. Now it is suddenly very real. He has no idea how he got to 1941, or how he will get back. Worse, the only person who believes he's from the future might be a German spy! The day after Tomas disappears. Gabriella discovers everything has changed. She is the only one who remembers that Germany didn't win WW2!
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Aimed at teens, adults and anyone who is interested in alternative history it builds on real life events to produce a very different outcome to WW2 Similar titles Fatherland (T Harris) and Dominion (C J Samson)
This is a really exciting read. Kept me interested to the last page. I deliver WWII workshops to visiting schools and I'd recommend this for two reasons (apart from it being a good story) - It really shows what the Blitz and life at the begining of the war was like - and - it encourages the reader to think 'what if?' Ever thought what life would be like if Britain lost the war - then read this story.
'This is a really exciting read. Kept me interested to the last page...' 'Brings WW2 Blitz to life as never before'
Exciting, scary story of a boy time-traveller and the girl he left behind. If you ever dreamt you could change history if you went back in time. Read this first. Terrific fast paced read. Highly recommend for teens / YA / and adults too!! :)
Sam Hawksmoor is the author of the award winning 'Repossession' Trilogy, + The Hunting and The Heaviness (Hodder Childrens Books), plus the pandemic thriller 'Another Place to Die: The Endtime Chronicles'. His fiction has been translated into French, Portugese and Turkish and is sold in Australia, Canada and the UK.
A former course leader of the MA in Creative Writing at Portsmouth and Falmouth University programs he specialises in writing for teens and Young Adults