Genie-alogy

Genie alogy Three people win a competition in a Genealogy magazine and are invited to spend a few days at the Surrey estate of Nobel prize winning scientist and entrepreneur Professor Pyle Wide boy Nathan from Ma

  • Title: Genie-alogy
  • Author: H.B.Morris Esther Kezia Harding
  • ISBN: 0957074573
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Paperback
  • Three people win a competition in a Genealogy magazine and are invited to spend a few days at the Surrey estate of Nobel prize winning scientist and entrepreneur Professor Pyle Wide boy Nathan from Manchester is there only for the prize money his entry an error as he was only trying to find the names of his mother s grandparents for her Middle aged Carla from London isThree people win a competition in a Genealogy magazine and are invited to spend a few days at the Surrey estate of Nobel prize winning scientist and entrepreneur Professor Pyle Wide boy Nathan from Manchester is there only for the prize money his entry an error as he was only trying to find the names of his mother s grandparents for her Middle aged Carla from London is the genealogy nut, and only too happy to get away from her slob of a husband Jada in San Diego, entered the competition while on holiday in England finding where her people originated from At the professor s mansion they are stunned to be offered the chance to travel back in time and set eyes upon three long dead ancestors They are given three wishes Genie in the title For differing reasons they all agree to go They have ten minutes at a time to see their ancestor at some point during that person s life.

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    1 thought on “Genie-alogy”

    1. Three people get to see 3 of their ancestors face to face. Like most wishes, they turn out to be more than expected.The book is fairly short but the story is very entertaining.

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