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The story alternates between past and present so we get to see what life was like for Meagan as a 5 year old as well as in present day.

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Alternating chapters return to the present time as Masters gets closer to Stuart and a very strong bond is formed between the two men as the book develops.

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George Wells,” played by Rod Taylor, leaves this future to go back to his present time briefly, ultimately returning back to the future.

One of Wells’s friends in the present realizes that Wells has used his time machine once again and he notices that Wells took three books from his library with him.

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William Stewart Orr (21 January – ), known as Stewart Orr, was a Scottish watercolour artist and book illustrator. Born in Glasgow, the son of William Orr, a merchant there, the young Orr was educated at the Glasgow School of Art.

InThe Studio reviewed his work and commented "Stewart Orr, one of the younger men, is an artist with that rare quality, a sense of humour.The book predicts events which will accompany the end of the world. Chapters generally are seen to refer to the events of the interpreters’ own time, and the rest of the book is future.

Present history is analyzed to find in it clues that the end is imminent, or already beginning to take place.Another great book by Anne Stuart, this time focusing on Isobel, the head of the Committee.

Several times the book flashbacks into the past, showing the reader how and why Isobel became the ice cold woman she is today and the role Serafin plays in her transformation.