Saturday, 11 April 2015

The Edge of Forever by Melissa E. Hurst

The Edge of Forever  Time travelling has always fascinated me. Imagine being able to change the future by changing the past, wouldn't you do it?

In 2146 young Bridger is on his first trip to witness an important event that will change the course of history together with his girlfriend Vika, however, things don't turn out as expected as a "ghost" from the past gives Bridger a message .

In 2013 Alora is in high-school with some friends and frenemies; an apparently regular teenager with a mysterious childhood who suffers from strange blackouts.

Needless to say , the life of these two characters intertwine in a surprising way.Both of them are very likable and charming, but they are far from being perfect and this book is far from being a usual sci-fi novel because there is MORE:

Time benders , space benders and mind readers.
Evil soldiers.
A psychopath killer
Mean girls.
Obsessive boyfriends.
Brave friends.
Neglected children.
Toxic parents.
Manipulative relatives.
Mysterious resemblances.
Clones.
Secrets.
Cool futuristic gadgets.
And romance.

Melissa E. Hurst has written a page turner , one of those books you need to keep on reading but you don't want to end.It is unbelievably her first novel and I will eagerly wait for the second one.

I would like to thank the publisher for this review copy.

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