*Class of ’59 by John A. Heldt

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Class of ’59 is a delightful time-travel tale.

College senior, Mark Ryan, sat on the floor in the old mansion, shell-shocked, after opening an antique desk drawer. The drawer contained information regarding time-travel, specifically between the years of 1959 and 2017. The most exciting part of Mark’s discovery was that not only was it 1959 but that the time-travel tunnel, was in the mansion’s basement.

Not wanting to miss out on the opportunity of a lifetime, Mark entered the tunnel without delay and found himself in the year of 2017. Stunned and excited, he couldn’t wait to share his discovery with Ben, his younger brother. When he tried to re-enter the time-tunnel, however, there was a beautiful, inquisitive guest of the mansion, blocking his way. Not knowing what to say, Mark ended up telling Mary Beth the truth. They both agree to let their younger siblings in on the secret. Mark, Mary Beth, Ben, and Piper became a close-knit group. Mary Beth and Piper had always been fascinated with the 1950s, so Mark and Ben decided to take them back to that time-period. The group had only planned on staying, in that year, for a short while, but one week ended up turning into three. Nobody wanted to say goodbye. However, the young explorer’s adventurous experience, came to an abrupt halt, when Mary Beth and Mark, found themselves, being chased by a gang of mobsters.

The author describes the 1950s, with enough vivid details that I couldn’t help but feel part of the story. I found Class of ’59 to be a light, entertaining and fun story.

I received this book, from the author, in exchange for an honest review.

~5 out of 5 stars~Review by Peg Glover

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