Format: Trade Paperback
Dimensions: 416 pages, 3.37 × 2.17 × 0.37 in
Published: October 6, 2008
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0310715555
ISBN - 13: 9780310715559
About the Book
Nathan Shepherd's parents are alive after all. With the imminent collapse of the universe at hand, due to a state called Interfinity, Nathan sets out to find them. With Kelly at his side, he must balance his efforts between searching for his parents and saving the world.
From the Publisher
This fast-paced adventure fantasy trilogy starts with murder and leads teenagers Nathan and Kelly out of their once-familiar world as they struggle to find answers to the tragedy. A mysterious mirror with phantom images, a camera that takes pictures of things they canÆt see, and a violin that unlocks unrecognizable voices À each enigma takes the teens further into an alternate universe where nothing is as it seems.Find out what happens when good battles evil in an alternate universeInterfinity is imminent. In this second book in the Echoes from the Edge series, the merging of Earth and its parallel dimensions means one thing to Nathan ShepherdÙhe must rescue his parents while attempting to save his world and others. But signs foretell the impending collapse of the cosmos. Nathan and his friend Kelly watch the night sky transform into a giant mirror, as stars are replaced by scattered reflections of Earth. The teens are not the only ones on a mission. Mictar, a dimensional stalker who consumes the life energy of his victims, fights to control the universeÙa universe Nathan knows belongs to God. Journeying through dimensional realities, Nathan and Kelly must draw on their God-given gifts of wisdom and courage and the help of faithful friends, as they battle Mictar for lives and worlds sliding toward the edge of destruction.
About the Author
Bryan Davis is the author of the bestselling fantasy series Dragons in Our Midst, Oracles of Fire and Echoes from the Edge. He and his wife, Susie, have seven children and live in western Tennessee where he continues to cook up his imaginative blend of fantasy and inspiration.
The second in this religious fantasy series offers an inventive premise and evocative imagery... a good choice for thoughtful readers with a taste for the Baroque.— Kirkus Reviews