The Lost Train of Thought

The Lost Train of Thought

By John Hulme; Michael Wexler; Gideon Kendall (Illustrator)

Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, Hardcover, 9781599901312, 289pp.

Publication Date: September 29, 2009


Fixer Becker Drane never thought things could get so bad: he's in deep trouble with The Seems for breaking so many rules, he never gets to see his girlfriend, and it looks like his days as a Fixer may be numbered. So when a train carrying a load of Thought destined for The World disappears, Becker reluctantly agrees to join a crew of fixers to solve the mystery in The Middle of Nowhere. The mission leads Becker into a scenario more terrifying and dangerous than he could have ever prepared for. Getting the Train of Thought back on track is just a temporary Fix. Becker's real mission may prove to be saving The World from ending forever.

Packed with action, humor and a whole slew of new puns, this third book in The Seems series is a thrilling, nail-biting adventure. Featuring authors John Hulme and Michael Wexler's signature cinematic storytelling, "The Lost Train of Thought" will take readers on a wild ride.

About the Author
JOHN HULME and MICHAEL WEXLER are the editors of "Voices of the Xiled," a short story collection for adults, and authors of other works of adult nonfiction. Michael and John both live in the New York City area.

Wexler is a writer and filmmaker.

Jennifer Nielsen lives at the base of a very tall mountain in Northern Utah with her husband, three children, and a naughty puppy. She wishes to make it clear that most Yetis are not as threatening as the one in this book. Sadly, she cannot say the same for Centaurs. Visit