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ISBN:
0525442766
Author:
William Sleator
Category:
Science Fiction & Fantasy
Language:
English
Publisher:
Dutton Juvenile; 1st edition (November 26, 1986)
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1104 kb
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1743 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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491


The Boy Who Reversed Himself (1986) is a science fiction novel by William Sleator. The novel deals with an exploration into other dimensions, and provides a journey into the world beyond our own.

The Boy Who Reversed Himself (1986) is a science fiction novel by William Sleator. A high school girl, Laura, grows suspicious when a report of hers appears in mirror writing, and Omar, the weird boy next door, makes it go back to normal. Furthermore, he seems to be parting his hair on a different side than usual.

All of William Sleator's books are good science fiction for young people, even though most of them take overdone subjects for yet another ride. Sleator somehow does it differently and in a more character-oriented fashion. This one's about alternate dimensions. A girl discovers a really interesting secret about her neighbor, and she steps into a whole new world.

A Bantam Starfire book. When Laura discovers that the unpopular boy living next door to her has the ability to go into the fourth dimension, she makes the dangerous decision to accompany him on his journeys there. I ask only once a year: please help the Internet Archive today.

1986) is a science fiction novel by William Sleator. The Boy Who Reversed Himself" (1986) is a science fiction novel by William Sleator. Plot summary. The book follows Laura, a high school girl determined to be a medical student. She has a crush on Pete, the football captain.

William Warner Sleator III, known as William Sleator, was an American science fiction author who wrote primarily young adult novels but also wrote for younger readers. His books typically deal with adolescents coming across a peculiar phenomenon related to an element of theoretical science, then trying to deal with the situation. The theme of family relationships, especially between siblings, is frequently intertwined with the science fiction plotline.

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William Sleator does an incredible job with this book. I first read it when I was in junior high and now, more than a decade later, I still enjoy this book. It starts with Laura finding a note in her locker that is written backwards. At first she thinks it is a joke, but that starts to change as she befriends a boy who has just moved into her neighborhood.

William Sleator was born on February 13, 1945 in Harve de Grace, Maryland. Библиографические данные. The Boy Who Reversed Himself.

When Laura finds her homework in her locker with its writing reversed, she?s baffled, until she learns an unbelievable secret: her weird neighbor, Omar, has the ability to travel to the fourth dimension. William Sleator was born on February 13, 1945 in Harve de Grace, Maryland. In 1967, he received a BA in English from Harvard University. He mainly wrote science fiction novels for young adults.

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I am in reading olympics at my school. This was the very first book i read. I forgot parts of it. Someone please give me an answer! First good answer gets 10 points! Follow. 1 answer 1. Report Abuse.

Laura's suspicion that the strange boy who moved in next door has the power to reverse himself leads her on a frightening journey into the bizarre world of the fourth dimension--from which there may be no escape
  • Brannylv
I read this as a kid, and got it for my 7yr old. She loved it! Book was in great shape, and delivered quickly.
  • Samut
This has been one of my all time favorites since I read it at age 9. Incredibly thought provoking, but not at all dry. Plus, backwards ketchup is one of the greatest ideas ever!
  • Fearlesshunter
Son liked it.
  • Steel_Blade
As a sixth-grade teacher I have read this book aloud to my students for several years. It gives me an opportunity to introduce the excitement of math and opens up some incredible discussions about the strangeness of the universe and the possibilities out there. The kids want to hear it again and again, and many want to purchase copies for themselves afterward.
  • furious ox
Read this as a kid. Loved it then. Read it again. Loved it a second time.
  • Wen
12 year old boy in your life who loves sci fi? He will adore this!
  • Goll
Love this author! His best is Interstellar Pig.
Bought for my daughter. I loved it as a kid, I'm excited for her to read it too.