What if you could save your mother's life by calling her in the past on a Time Telephone?
Moments after her mom's funeral, 17-year-old Megan McConnell is grieving and bitter when she stumbles on an antique phone in the farmhouse where her mother grew up. When the operator tells her she can call her mother in the past - even though she's dead - Megan thinks it's a prank. But she decides she has nothing to lose by giving it a try.
Her goal is to save her mother from dying in a bomb blast in Afghanistan. She's also desperately hoping for another chance at a genuine mother-daughter relationship with a woman who always chose her career as a foreign correspondent over motherhood.
An intriguing coming-of-age story about a teenage girl dealing with feelings of abandonment. This unusual time travel story is about a search for love, family and friendship that can sometimes be complicated by idealistic expectations.
Teen & Young Adult