Author(s): Jeanette Winterson
A little way in the future, time is distorting. TimeTornadoes are causing havoc. People are whirled out of their own time,never to return, and a Woolly Mammoth has been seen on the banks of the River Thames. But time is big business, and who ever gets control of time controls life as we know it! In a house called Tanglewreck lives a girl called Silver and her aunt Mrs Rokabye. Unbeknown to Silver there is a family treasure in the form of a 17th century watch called the Timekeeper, and this treasure holds the key to the mysterious and frightening changes in time. When the sinister Abel Drinkwater arrives at Tanglewreck in search of the watch, Silver realises she must embark on a journey through Time and Space to find the Timekeeper.
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Jeanette Winterson is a novelist whose honours include the Whitbread award and the American Academy's E.M. Forster Award. Withher debut in the early eighties, Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit, shesoon won the praise of such masters as Gore Vidal ("the mostinteresting young writer I've read in twenty years"). Her first children's book was a picture book, The King of Capri. Tanglewreck is her first novel for younger readers.