“I didn’t think you would choose to wake her so early,” the voice on the other end said.
I didn’t panic right away when Violeta said she had succeeded in building a working time machine.
All of her inventions worked. All of them. But all her other inventions were a lot less…ambitious.
“How long has it been?”
“We just passed nineteen hours.”
I took a deep breath and exhaled. “And the longest he’s been under until now?”
The technician gulped, and I knew that whatever the number was, it was a far cry from nineteen.
“What if we do it on snow?”
“Mitts, tell us everything you know about snow.”
I glanced over at Mitts, who raised her head and widened her eyes at the same time. She looked between K.D. and me.
“I don’t know much. It didn’t really snow where we were.”
Mitts and her family had moved almost a year ago and ended up in our classes and our neighborhood—lucky for us. The three of us were gathered around my kitchen table, tossing around ideas for our big final group project in Ms. Wallenwein’s life sciences class.