Time. Most would admit they find it at least somewhat intriguing. And many would confess they are utterly fascinated by it. You have probably been at a gathering of friends and heard someone pose questions like, “Where would you go, or whom would you want to meet, if you could go back in time?”Interesting questions, indeed. But, what if they were not questions? Or, even options? What if you were forced to go back in time? And, what if you didn’t get to choose where you would go, or whom you would meet?One evening, Daniel finds himself in that very predicament when he discovers his only option for continued existence is to walk through Sarah’s kitchen door and go back in time.For Daniel, time is no longer an option. In order to find his way home, he must first temporarily assume the identities of six very different people in different geographic locations in the world while traveling forward in time through the twentieth century. Join Daniel in his rare opportunity to experience life as a young Austrian man at the turn of the 20th Century, a teenage Polish servant girl in the 1930s, an Arab orphan boy in Syria in the 1940s, a blind middle-aged black man in the 1950s African Congo, a young battered mother of two in 1960s USA, and an elderly Southeast Asian farm woman in the 1970s.His life, and yours, will never be the same.And, of course, there are a few love stories that tie the entire adventure together.