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  1. Auryn Maxwell Auryn Maxwell says:

    I thought that book four was the most different of the books, but this one is evendifferent For one thing, they spend most of the book in Chicago rather than in Moose Jaw For another this one is less about the story this book is published by a different publisher, has a name that doesn t start with Tunnels of like all the other books, and it doesn t have Andrea on the cover I m not sure if I just like this one slightlythan most of the others because it is actually better, beca I thought that book four was the most different of the books, but this one is evendifferent For one thing, they spend most of the book in Chicago rather than in Moose Jaw For another this one is less about the story this book is published by a different publisher, has a name that doesn t start with Tunnels of like all the other books, and it doesn t have Andrea on the cover I m not sure if I just like this one slightlythan most of the others because it is actually better, because this one is the only one that I am not rereading, or because I have just read this one the most recently The only complaints that I can think of for this book is that the ending was weird, and that I found it a little bit difficult to keep track of the time that passed in the story that might be my fault though, and not the book s, I m not entirely sure


  2. Twyla Twyla says:

    Great story, original, easy read, intriguing, and exciting Loved to cenversational style for once, it didn t come off phony or contrived Aww moment at the end Hard to think it was the last one written, it seemedlike a beginning than an end to the series My copy was signed in Feb 2009 to Amanda, well obviously she missed out Her loss my gain


  3. Grace Grace says:

    I LOVE this book it s my favourite in the series It s very intriguing and hard to put down, despite the few grammatical errors I found I always notice grammar Definitely a must read if you ve read the other books It s also a good book if you don t read the others, but it makessense if you know what s happened in the past no pun intended


  4. Trish Commons Trish Commons says:

    This is a good book for my older grandkids 10 and 13 in the Time Slip Fantasy genre It is historical fiction with a dash of fantasy the time travel in tunnels and contemporary realism when the protagonist is in the present time before traveling back in time.


  5. Danielle Danielle says:

    wonderful ending to a wonderful series.


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Next Stop - Chicago ✼ [EPUB] ✴ Next Stop - Chicago By Mary Harelkin Bishop ❆ – Thomashillier.co.uk When family and friends gather to pay tribute to Grandpa Vance, Andrea and Tony discover that their grandfather s adventures extended well beyond the city of Moose Jaw Just when they think their time When family and friends gather to pay tribute to Grandpa Vance, Andrea and Next Stop PDF/EPUB ² Tony discover that their grandfather s adventures extended well beyond the city of Moose Jaw Just when they think their time travelling days are over, they are given an opportunity to see their grandfather, young and vibrant, in the past They risk one trip back in time and find themselves in Chicago at the mercy of Ol Scarface Will they be able to free their grandfather from his past, without jeopardizing their future.

    Next Stop - Chicago PDF/EPUB ë Next Stop PDF/EPUB ² an opportunity to see their grandfather, young and vibrant, in the past They risk one trip back in time and find themselves in Chicago at the mercy of Ol Scarface Will they be able to free their grandfather from his past, without jeopardizing their future."/>
  • Paperback
  • 205 pages
  • Next Stop - Chicago
  • Mary Harelkin Bishop
  • English
  • 13 February 2019

About the Author: Mary Harelkin Bishop

Mary Bishop is a teacher librarian in the Saskatoon public school system Writing Next Stop PDF/EPUB ² has always been a very important aspect in her life Mary knew she was a writer when she was nine years old Mary has had a few poems and a short story published in local publications, as well She is a wonderful reader of her own work and is in great demand for writing workshops to help young people begin to write their own stories In her spare time, she loves to spend time with her family and friends walking, biking, and skiing.