The year is 1969, but just yesterday it was 2001. Chuck Elliot is a forty-nine-year-old family man, but in the blink of an eye, he finds himself morphed into a seventeen-year-old, transported back to the sixties along with his brother and three high school buddies. The middle-aged, accidental time travelers are shocked and bewildered by their jump back in time. How did they get there? And more importantly, how do they get back? As they piece together a truly unbelievable reality, Chuck suspects it is somehow related to the translator-a handheld device his eccentric neighbor, Professor Jonathon Cornelius, left him mysteriously upon his death. Now the younger version of the professor is their only hope if they're ever to return to their lives and loved ones. In the meantime, the five friends hatch a plan to try and blend in, reliving their high school days and making the most of their time Twenty-Nine Years from Home. Astounded by their physical transformations from receding hairlines and bulging spare tires to the gangly, long-haired teenagers of their youth, some revel in the opportunity to be young again and right past wrongs, while others, like Chuck, want nothing more than the life left behind. But if their time travel alters the past, will life as he knew it be compromised?
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