Two worlds become enmeshed together and leap through time to a potentially cataclysmic end. SciFi fans are sure to feast on Where Futures End by Parker Peevyhouse which hits shelves February 9, 2016. I got an early peek at an advanced review copy and loved it so much I read it in one weekend. Since Where Futures End is PG-13 in content, I let my tween son read it too. He was hooked!
One of the things that makes Where Futures End so fresh is that it is told from the point of view of five teens in different points of time. Just when you think you have the story figured out, boom, you are in a whole new reality. The only common thread is survival and the elusiveness of a safe home. There’s also a CliFi element to the plot, because global warming plays a huge part in the narrative.
Take charge of your vorpal, watch out for mages, and smell the Seattle rain. Where Futures End will push the boundaries of your own imagination.