The Metric Clock

An adult Charles reflects about his childhood as a nine year old in New England in 1946. When daydreaming a young Charles conceives of a Metric Clock with one hundred minutes instead of sixty. This clock becomes symbolic of the passage of life.

Join Charles on his adventures with his girlfriend Mary Anne and the local kids in New England. He also takes a life changing journey to Canada with his father and comes back changed.

Set in a time period right after the Depression and World War II.

Literary Juvenile/Young Adult Fiction for the whole family. Join Charles and on his adventures in 1946 New England.

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Reviews By Readers - The Metric Clock

  Elaine K   

  Elaine K  

The Material is Artfully Written and Beautifully Capture's it's Era

  Kitty Meyer   

  Kitty Meyer   

What a charming, simple story. It felt familiar, I guess because it was like re-experiencing childhood. Thank you for an enjoyable read!

  Mike Meyer   

  Mike Meyer  

A wonderful nostalgic, well-written story that made me think I was a part of it and I especially liked the 100-minute clock.