Tanglewreck, by Jeanette Winterson, was first published January 1, 2006 by Bloomsbury USA Childrens.

  Time tornadoes are sweeping people away and placing them in different times. Strange people from the seventeenth century are living underground. It's up to Silver to find the Timekeeper and restore time to it's natural state. She needs the help of Gabriel to find and repair the Timekeeper. If you want to see if they restore time and save the world buy the book at Amazon.com.

  Jeanette Winterson was born on August 27, 1959 in Manchester, England, but then adopted and brought up in the nearby mill-town Accrington. Her adopted family was a part of the working class and so Jeanette was not encouraged to be smart or read. The family only owned six books and two of them were the Bible and Cruden’s Complete Concordance to the Old and New Testaments. The only reading approved of was the Bible. Schooling was very few, but she did get herself into a girl's grammar school and from there she read English at Oxford University. This was a difficult transition because she moved out at sixteen after falling in love with another girl. She now divides her time between Oxfordshire and London where she owns a greengrocer's market.  She is now married to Susie Orbach.

  I think the book was very interesting and detailed. The descriptive words and vivid detail gave it a more lively feel. I like how Silver seems to grow up throughout the book, from a shy little girl to a strong sure young woman. I am on my way to read The Battle of the Sun, also by Jeanette Winterson.
  I would recommend this book to anybody who is interested in science fiction, time travel, or just fiction. For more books like this check out The Battle of the Sun by Jeanette Winterson. You can find more books by Jeanette Winterson at Jeanettewinterson.com

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