“Even in 2027, time travel is still science fiction. But when Michelle Tracer gains access to a prototype machine, fantasy becomes a surreal reality. The college sophomore finds herself in the body of a teenage student at Amat High 16 years in her past. The machine thrusts her into the life of this stranger, leaving her stranded and alone in a place she’s only read about in history books.
There was nowhere else she would have rather gone. Michelle never saw herself as strange or abnormal, but she always kept her morbid fascination a secret. Then again, she never imagined that she would find herself face to face with the most infamous teenager of the millennia: Leon Thomas.
On May 1, 2012 Leon will commit the deadliest school shooting in American history. Michelle cannot help but gravitate towards him after having spent years studying the event that shook the country to its core. Now she sees the opportunity to witness what actually happened. Yet the closer they become the more she sees who he really is, causing her to question her own role in shooting that she is convinced must take place. Michelle may have a strong influence on Leon, but what she doesn’t expect is the impact he will have on her; leaving her conflicted whether her presence there is saving lives, or dooming them.”
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This is really a story about what a school shooter is really like (not some bullied loner that we all expect them to be) and what a person who put in a unique situation as this will do to be sure that history happens the way its suppose to, but still has to decide what her role in it all is.