What if you could live in a perfect world?
Kane Christopher is no angel. When the robbery he’s involved in goes horribly wrong, he realises he’s made some bad decisions. And it is then, wishing that his choices had been different, that he discovers that he can travel between universes. As he journeys he meets – and falls for – the same girl over and over again.
Soon Kane realises that someone or something is destroying worlds – stealing man’s free will by removing his capacity for choice.
Only Kane can see it. Only Kane can stop it.
But that might mean losing Pen forever.
And Kane is no angel.
264 pp. B-format paperback novel.
Published 1 April 2016
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Bryony Pearce (née McCarthy) was born in 1976 and has two children. She completed an English Literature degree at Corpus Christi College Cambridge then moved to London to work as a Research Manager in an international research agency. She went freelance in 2004 so she could devote more time to writing. She is a Cornerstones and KidCorner author and a winner of SCBWI Undiscovered Voices 2008. Her first book, Angel’s Fury was long-listed for the Branford Boase and won The Cheshire Schools Book Award and the Leeds Book Award (14-16 category). Her second novel, The Weight of Souls, was published in 2013. Phoenix Rising, published in 2015 is shortlisted for the Cheshire Schools Book Award and the Wirral Paperback of the Year. Windrunner’s Daughter, Phoenix Burning and Wavefunction, will be published in 2016, and she has short stories appearing in a number of anthologies.