Judith Z. Abelson
The author resides in Berkeley, California but grew up in New York City. Gradually, the California vibe overcame her New York persona (except for an occasional longing for an egg cream, a good black and white, a New York bagel, good pizza, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art). She is now a vegetarian who does yoga, smiles at her neighbors and has learned the names of a few trees and flowers. Assimilation, however, has its limits; she will never eat tofu or sprouts, pineapple pizza or sushi.
by Judith Z. Abelson
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The year is 2098. Global warming has devastated the earth and all countries have pledged to resettle 10% of their people. America holds a national lottery which sends some Americans to its moon colony and others traveling through time.
Dr. Serena Swan, a college professor, and Rick Light, an Air Force pilot, arrive in the past together and confront the loneliness of being out of place and time.
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