The Tesla Trap at the World's Columbian Expo by Dana Reynolds
(Wardenclyffe Trilogy)

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In the conclusion of the Wardenclyffe Trilogy, Sunner and Lilly are stranded in the Gilded Age. They are in the company of an Ozark Granny, a time traveling goat, a pair of Gypsy fortune tellers, and a homing pigeon that flies across time and dimensions. Together they seek out Nikola Tesla at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition. They need Tesla's technology, and they aren't above using any means to get it. But they aren't the only ones laying a trap for Tesla: So is a mysterious organization called the Wardenclyffe Foundation, and so is a fanatic from the future who is desperate to stop them, before their plans rip the universe in two. The cost may be the fair itself: the fulcrum point upon which the 20th century totters. Hail Columbia!

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Published January 1, 2014 by Wardenclyffe Tower Books (TM). 235 pages
Genres: History, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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