Critically acclaimed author Margaret Peterson Haddix’s fourth tale from her popular Missing series finds Jonah and Katherine hurtled through time to 1611. Landing aboard Henry Hudson’s ship in James Bay just before a mutiny, Jonah and Katherine struggle to survive brutal weather conditions. They also realise something is wrong. A crucial person has vanished, and the history they remember is drastically different from what they're experiencing. Will this new version of history replace the real past?
©2011 Margaret Peterson Haddix (P)2011 Recorded Books
I like this series because 1) I learn more about history, in this case about Henry Hudson, and 2) it makes you think - what would be the hazards and advantages of time travel?
If you've liked all the rest of the stories you're going to like this one it is a little complicated at times, and a more interesting. With the new people from the last book and also what seconded it makes quite an interesting twist read to find out what happens
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