Publication Date: September 6, 2016
It’s difficult enough to live in the neighborhood “freakazoid” house. It’s even more difficult when you’re autistic and neither your family nor best friend really understands you. So when Ryan November wakes up on his eleventh birthday with the unexpected ability to see the future, he braces himself for trouble. But even his newfound power doesn’t anticipate that the fair folk–undines, salamanders, gnomes, and sylphs–want him dead, dead, dead. Ryan races to defend himself and his family against unrelenting danger from the fairy realm so he can uncover the truth about his family history–and himself. Except as Ryan’s power grows, the more enticing the fairy realm becomes, forcing him to choose between order and chaos, power and family. And for an autistic boy, such choices are never cut and dry.
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My Review: 4 out of 5 stars
This book is about a boy named Ryan who has autistic and nobody understands him. One day when he woke up on his birthday he was able to see the future. But will things turn to the worst?
I really enjoyed reading this book. It’s not something that I would normally read but I am glad I did. It was full of mystery and I couldn’t put it down. A well written story and for sure I am going to read more books by this author.
I was given a free copy of this book from Chapter by Chapter thank you.
About The Author:
Steven Harper/Piziks is the author of multiple fantasy and science fiction novels written for adults, notably the Clockwork Empire and Silent Empire series for Roc as Steven Harper and movie novelizations and tie ins for Pocket Books as Steven Piziks (IDENTITY, THE EXORCIST: THE BEGINNING, GHOST WHISPERER: THE PLAUGE ROOM). He’s also the father of an autistic son.