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The Extraordinary eTab of Julian Newcomber


By: Michael Seese

Price: CAD $12.99

Publisher: COMMON DEER PRESS

Imprint: Common Deer Press

136 Pages

8.5 X 5.51 X 0.39 ins

ISBN:  9781988761282 -- Paperback

Publication Date: 05/15/2019

Twelve-year-old Julian Newcomber knows he has a fitting "what the smart folks call apropos" last name. His family moves constantly due to his Dad's quirky inventions, which have a habit of misbehaving and blowing up the family home.

Now firmly settled in a peaceful, close-knit community, Julian believes he's finally found a home, and a safe haven from his father's calamities. Until a vaguely familiar 20-year-old man walks out of the bedroom closet, and identifies himself as future Julian. Turns out that his father's latest contraption, the eTab, alters time. So grown-up Julian decided joyride into the past and dropped his cell phone on a Civil War battlefield.

With his own eTab too low on Cucumium to take him all the way back to his own time, grown-up Julian needs young Julian to help him go back to the Civil War and retrieve his cell phone.

The two Julians break rules, break curfews, and break into the Intermediate School in an effort to locate some Cucumium (though they're not exactly sure what it is), so they won't be forced to share the room and fight over the top bunk forever. Oh, and if grown-up Julian stays, it could, as a side effect, pollute the natural timeline and rewrite history as they know it. No pressure.


Michael Seese is a former journalist, but his current day job is in information security for a bank. Or, as his son could say even at age three, "Daddy keeps people's money safe." He has published three books: Haunting Valley, a collection of fictional ghost stories centred around his hometown; Scrappy Business Contingency Planning, which teaches corporate BCP professionals how to prepare for bad things; and Scrappy Information Security, which teaches us all how to keep the cyber-criminals away. Other than that, he spends his spare time rasslin' with three young'uns.



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