Gypsyworld by Julian F. Thompson

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Kidnapped and taken to utopian Gypsyworld by its king and queen, a group of teenagers is tested to see how they cope in a place where the earth and its gifts are not abused.

About Julian F. Thompson

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Thompson has been a high school teacher, a football coach, and a speechwriter for a U.S. Senate candidate.
Published July 23, 2012 by Curtis Brown Digital. 240 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In a thinly disguised ecological diatribe, five urban teenagers are kidnapped and taken to a remote (out of this world, actually, though that's not revealed till much later) utopian community as test cases: Can they reform the way they treat their planet and each other?

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Can a group of typical teenagers (similar to those in Thompson's A Band of Angels ) kidnapped to a parallel world learn from its different way of life?

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