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Description: Julian believes he’s finally escaped his father’s calamities. Until a vaguely familiar 20-year-old man walks out of the bedroom closet and says he’s future Julian.

Turns out his (their?) inventor father’s latest contraption, the eTab, alters time. When grown-up Julian travelled into the past, he dropped his cell phone on a Civil War battlefield. It was, what the sarcastic crowd might call, a bone-headed move.

Now, Grown-Up Julian needs Young Julian to help him retrieve his cell phone, before the future is unpredictably changed.

No pressure.

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