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A Second Chance

A Second Chance

Rachael Bradley


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What would you do if you closed your eyes and when you opened them, almost half a century had passed?

Charles Hartley froze to death while climbing Mount Everest in 1974. When the ice around him melts, he ‘wakes up' in September 2019 as if no time has passed.

He finds himself in a world driven by technology that he cannot get his head around, in the middle of a media frenzy, and his only living family are strangers to him.

Seventeen-year-old Evie Monroe is desperately unhappy; her great-grandad moving in is exactly what she does not need adding to her already complicated life.

But will Evie get a much-needed new perspective from her great-grandad?

Though a twist of fate brought Charles into Evie's life, he might not be destined to have a long second chance, so he will have to make his time count because death won't be cheated a second time.

ISBN : 978-1-80074-960-3

Published: 28/03/2024

Pages : 318

Size : 205x140

Imprint : Olympia Publishers

Rachael Bradley

Rachael was born in 1999 on the Wirral Peninsula, where she's always lived, apart from the three years when she attended
university in London. A Second Chance is her debut novel. When she's not writing or reading, Rachael loves spending time with her family, friends and pets, having adventures and travelling. Somehow she manages to bring books home from almost everywhere she goes. Her dream is to have a room with floor-toceiling bookcases with a secret door leading to an even more secret library. Follow her on social media at RachaelBradleyWrites - she'll be delighted to hear from you!

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