I've always admired and been intrigued by the great inventor Thomas Edison. He patented over a thousand inventions in his life. I started thinking: What if he had created a secret invention that was so revolutionary that he didn't feel the world was ready for it? What if he buried it in his backyard and never told anyone about it? And what if some kid was digging in his garden and found this incredible machine 120 years later?
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Here's the sequel to Back in Time with Thomas Edison.
With the help of The Anytime Anywhere Machine, Qwerty and his friend do a "time suck" to bring Benjamin Franklin to the present day. Then they accompany him on a trip to Philadelphia on July 4th, 1776, where the increasingly insane Ashley Quadrel attempts to steal the Declaration of Independence and stop the American Revolution.