In Thad, Beverley Boissery wonders what anyone, and in particular Thad Compton, would miss the most after being zapped two hundred years into the future. Thad doesn't have to imagine. It's happened. Born in 1820 and zapped into the 21st century Australia, he's trying to adapt to our technologies and medical miracles. At times he feels that none of the real him is left after he gets braces on his teeth, his leg is re-broken and set straight and his Cockney accent is changed. He's unprepared for school but gradually finds that his fate is intertwined with that of the school's bully and that winning or losing a rowing race will decide their futures in so many, many ways.
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