by John Nielson
Smith Publishing, $9.95, 120pp
Release Date: January 4, 2011
From the back cover: “The laws of physics break down inside the singularity of a black hole. Maybe if you get close enough some of that lawlessness rubs off...
With these words Stacy Carver, a seventeen year old schoolgirl, begins a fantastic adventure through time and space. After sending an unmanned spacecraft off course, she inadvertently provides herself with the ability to create wormholes using a common garage door opener. To prevent this power falling into the wrong hands, she must battle evil, both past and present. Her journey finds her trapped in the Middle Ages, where she must fight for her life while seeking a way home to rescue her family from the dark corporation known as Shadotek”
My 10-year-old nephew eagerly picked this book out of the review pile. He is a good reader and enjoys lots of books. This is his review:
The first 50 pages were very interesting, I couldn’t put it down. Then it seemed like things just kept repeating and I got bored. ~~ Steven Langholz
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