Edge of Time

By Susan MacDonald

Edge of Time
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Someone wants Alec dead. Someone who can invade innocent bystanders, bending their will to his, forcing them to murder. Someone who can travel through multiple dimensions, has powers beyond Earthly experience, and knows everything Alec knows. How do you fight someone like that? ... Read more


Overview

Someone wants Alec dead. Someone who can invade innocent bystanders, bending their will to his, forcing them to murder. Someone who can travel through multiple dimensions, has powers beyond Earthly experience, and knows everything Alec knows. How do you fight someone like that? Riley is a target too. And like Alec, a target of more than just someone. The Tyons have come to Earth too, looking for kids like Riley and Alec. Kids with special genetic traits they aren’t even aware of and don’t know how to control. It’s a race against time. Will someone find them all first and kill them, or do they have the edge needed to save themselves, and more importantly, the world?

Susan MacDonald

Susan Macdonald’s Edge of Time, the first book in The Tyon Collective series, won The Moonbeam Award (US) for best young-adult science fiction. Book two, Time of Treason, was shortlisted for the Bruneau Family Foundation Children’s/YA Literature Award. She’s married, has two children, two dogs, and lives in St. John’s.

Reviews

"It's the best kind of story – kids with troubles of their own suddenly find themselves the targets of assassins while even weirder people claim to be protecting them. And Susan M. MacDonald is the best kind of writer – she drops you into the middle of the action and makes you care what happens so you can hardly stand to put the book aside until you've finished. Best of all, it's her first book. That means she's got more novels as good as this one just waiting to be written. "

Orson Scott Card, Ender’s Game and Speaker for the Dead

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