by Rick Just Publish: Oct 02, 2015Science FictionFantasyTeen & Young Adult
Best Young Adult Book, Best Ebook, 2015 Idaho Author Awards
Sam expected a new phone for her birthday. Instead, she got an old leather diary that was supposed to be some kind of heirloom. So, she wrote something snarky in it about the really, really great gift and tossed it aside. What was even the point of all those blank pages and no keyboard? Later, she noticed someone else was writing in the diary every day. First, she thought it was her dad, who gave her the awesome gift in the first place. He was playing a trick on her and pretending to be some girl from a hundred years ago. Like she was going to believe that? Then one night she happened to see words forming across the page one letter at a time and the next thing she knew she was standing on top of her bed like rug sharks were circling below and she so had to text Hailey if she could just stop biting her fingers.
Historical FictionScience FictionFantasyTeen & Young AdultHistory
BIOGRAPHY Author Rick Just is a native Idahoan who grew up on a ranch along the Blackfoot River. He is the author of two adult novels, four YA novels, and has written or edited several books on Idaho history. He does a daily Idaho history blog on this site and on Facebook called Speaking of Idaho. His latest book, A Kid's Guide to Boise, was recently released by Rediscovered Publishing. Fearless--Farris Lind, the Man Behind the Skunk, is now available.
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