Eden Unger Bowditch has been writing since she was very small—in fact, since she could use her brain to think of something to say. She wrote while attaining her undergraduate degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and she wrote songs as lead singer of the band Enormous. She has written stories and plays and shopping lists and screenplays and dreams and poems—and also books about her longtime Baltimore home. She has been a journalist, as well as a welder, and an editor. The Atomic Weight of Secrets is her first young adult novel, and she has been as excited writing it as she hopes you are reading it.
Eden grew up in Chicago, and later lived both in Los Angeles and in Paris. She now lives with her family (husband and three children) in Cairo, Egypt. But that's another story entirely . . .
Her wonderful website for the book is www.younginventorsguild.com.
In 1903, five truly brilliant young inventors, the children of the world's most important scientists, are taken from their lives and their parents by the mysterious men in black and left at an isolated farmhouse in Dayton, Ohio.
Who are the men in black? Are the men in black trying to kidnap them--or protect them? And if they're trying to protect them--from what?