Charlie Bone and the Time Twister by Jenny Nimmo

By Jenny Nimmo

Young ones of the pink King 2, secret mystery fiction ebook, sixth grade and up.

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It wasn't like this. " "Electricity" said Charlie. He was beginning to recognize the boy “Are you . . " he began. "I mean have you . . well, the thing is, I've seen you in a photo. " "That's me," said Henry beaming. "I think I've seen you, too. Somewhere. " "I'm your . . erm . . " "No! This is very good news. " Henry marched over and shook Charlie's hand. " "The news isn't that good," said Charlie. "What was the date when you . . " Henry's smile began to fade. "So . " "You're almost ninety years ahead of where you were," said Charlie.

I'll go," Gabriel offered. "I said Billy," Manfred gave Gabriel one of his horrible stares and then turned his piercing black gaze on Billy "Go on," he said. "You can talk to the wretched thing. " Billy scurried to the door. As he ran down the chilly stairwells and dark corridors he talked to himself. He hated it when everyone else was shut away doing homework. He was afraid of meeting the ghosts. He knew they were there — gliding about in the dark. Billy never went home. He had no home to go to.

He says there was a ball. " "I think Blessed was dreaming," said Charlie, climbing the stairs toward Billy Billy looked at the old dog. "Blessed doesn't lie," he said. " "They can dream, can't they? " "Go back to Cook," Billy told the dog. "Go on, Blessed. " Blessed gave a sullen grunt and began to flop down the stairs, while Billy and Charlie ran back to the King's room. When homework was over, Charlie had half a mind to go and visit Henry He didn't like leaving him alone in the tower, nearly a hundred years from where he was supposed to be.

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