The Dawn of A To-morrow
It is an intriguing twist on the science fiction genre that paints a fascinating panorama of the American Heartland, specifically Wisconsin, in the mid-twentieth century. When David, an imaginative and intelligent junior high school student, meets the mysterious Mr. Roberts he is persuaded to join a secret organization of German nobles. David soon learns that this group has developed remarkable technology to help their mission an attempted reprise of the mania of ethnic purity and Aryan supremacy. What follows will pitch Davids life into a series of misdeeds, mystery, and mayhem, and eventually lead David to the brink of madness and very nearly death.
There are always two ways of looking at a thing, frequently there are six or seven; but two ways of looking at a London fog are quite enough. When it is thick and yellow in the streets and stings a man's throat and lungs as he breathes it, an awakening in the early morning is either an unearthly and grewsome, or a mysteriously enclosing, secluding, and comfortable thing.