I just read this book for the second time, so let’s review it! A Wrinkle In Time by Madeline L’Engle is a very complex story. Not the plot of it, but so many elements you have to understand. I really can’t decide whether this is science fiction or not. I really want it to be, though, so let’s just call it that. This book is about a girl named Meg, a boy named Charles, and thier neighbor, Calvin McCaffery. Meg and Charles’ father had disappeared years ago. He was on a mission. He sent letters for a while, but then they stopped coming. This trio travels through dimensions in order to get their father back. There seems to be more to it than that . . .
Note that this book includes a lot about the tesseract, a four-dimentional shape. Here’s a picture of it to get an idea: