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Full of intrigue, this is a terrific time-twist adventure with a dramatic plot that keeps its tension to the end. When sleepwalking along a lonely road near the quiet town of Antler, Sean meets a strange girl who is being pursued through time by a sinister organization known as the Paradise Project. Sean finds himself at the heart of a plot in which he must play an active role in order to save mankind. The epic setting, creepy atmosphere and heart-stopping action sequences will keep the blood pumping and the pages turning throughout this must-read novel.
Stanchfield on Stanchfield:
I’m a full-time cattle rancher, part-time snow-plough driver, writer and sometime musician. Writing provides an escape from the pressures of my day job. Most of my writing is done late at night when the rest of the family are asleep. Late-night radio and lots of black coffee, along with the occasional jalapeno pepper, do wonders for staying awake!
When the sleepy town of Antler is filled with rumours of crop circles, cattle mutilation and strange lights in the sky, brothers Sean and Trick are determined to investigate. Sleepwalking on a lonely road, Sean meets a strange girl who is pursued by a deadly organization known as the Paradise Project.
‘Intriguingly plotted, tense drama with believable characters and motivations’ - The Daily Telegraph
‘Feels like Aliens for kids’ - Publishing News
|Publication date:||31st July 2009|
|Publisher:||Usborne Publishing Ltd|
|Suitable for:||11+ readers, 13+ readers|
|Recommendations:||Books of the Month|
Justin Stanchfield is a real-life Montana cowboy. He lives on a family cattle ranch with his wife, two children and a menagerie of animals including dogs, cats, rabbits and a pair of wayward llamas. He is the author of over 60 published stories and 10 plays. His fiction has appeared in anthologies, magazines and online. He is a member of SFWA and is the moderator for the Children's/Young Adult section of Holly Lisle's Forward Motion site.More About Justin Stanchfield