When Kate Pierce-grandmother Keller’s presents her with a weird blue medallion and mentions time travel, the sixteen-year-old Kate believes the old woman is hallucinating. But it all becomes terrifyingly real when a murder from Kate’s past wrecks the foundation of her present-day life. That medallion is suddenly the only thing keeping Kate from blinking out of existence.
Kate discovers that the 1893 murder was part of something far more nefarious, and her genetic talent to time travel puts her the only person who can change the future. Risking everything, she travels back in time to the Chicago World’s Fair in order to avert the murder and the subsequent chain of events.
Changing the timeline has a personal cost: if Kate succeeds, the guy she loves will have no recollection of her existence. And, whatever her motivations, does Kate have the authority to control the fate of the entire world?
"Wonderful characters, flawless descriptions, high stakes, action, romance, and time-jumping. I seriously cannot recommend this book enough. It is absolutely amazing." —The Bibliophile's Corner