Powerful aliens hide on an asteroid floating above the planet Chyspah. Fearing for her child’s life, a widow breaks the laws of her people and makes contact with the leader of the planet. Her actions kick off a long series of strange occurrences and unexpected discoveries that lead three boys to solve their parents’ mysteries as they’re caught in the midst of the royal family’s fall from power.
The time for a cultural visit from thirteen year old Moob Optuk of the planet Viphara, located at the opposite end of the Zaphor galaxy turns out to be quite disappointing. Anomar is struggling to hold Moob’s attention and he feels like all his efforts to share Chyspah’s cultural experience are not very successful. Moob is also rude to Daniel and Benardo, Anomar’s best friends.
"Amazing Story!" "Gripping characters and immersive world"
***** The Time Manipulator’s Son is a charming coming of age tale of
the struggle of young Anomar Effilldar to discover his identity."
"What can I say about “The Time Manipulator’s Son”? Two words: “Loved it!”
"First there was Moses, then Superman and now there's Biddle/Anomar."
Rohini is from the small Caribbean island of Trinidad, where she still lives. She has a Bachelor’s degree in computing from the University of Greenwich and currently works for the government of Trinidad and Tobago. Rohini has been employed in the Information Technology field for over ten years in the areas of solutions development and implementation, database administration and web development. She also worked within the Caribbean as a Consultant for the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in the areas of database and application support, including data analysis, and process-re-engineering.
Rohini always had a love for science fiction as a child, and she dabbled in writing short fiction during high school. She later wrote a screenplay entitled “The Space Rockettes,” which still sits on a bookshelf. Her favourite authors and books include Jules Verne, Ray Bradbury, H.G. Wells, all variations of Star Trek, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter.
Rohini’s inspiration for The Time Manipulator’s Son came from some of the young students at a high school where her sister was a teacher. Rohini frequently attended events at the school, and after observing some of the younger children, the idea popped into her head: what if kids of different species came together for a common cause in an alternate world?
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