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Five years ago, Monica Tisdale, the “ghost girl,” invaded their dreams and led them through the void. Now she is back, more desperate and more powerful than ever. For Mitchell Brant, Joe Marma, Ryan Swinton, and Marc Kuslanski, the intervening five years have seen them advance to the cusp of their senior year in high school. They have girlfriend troubles, job stresses, futFive years ago, Monica Tisdale, the “ghost girl,” invaded their dreams and led them through the void. Now she is back, more desperate and more powerful than ever. For Mitchell Brant, Joe Marma, Ryan Swinton, and Marc Kuslanski, the intervening five years have seen them advance to the cusp of their senior year in high school. They have girlfriend troubles, job stresses, future careers to consider. They don’t have the time, or the inclination, to be whisked away to Monica’s world again. But when Monica calls on them to leap into the abyss and bridge the gap between dimensions, she will not take no for an answer. She has tapped into the deepest pools of her mysterious powers, leading to consequences as unforeseen as they are disastrous. For Monica, the multiverse, the concept of a limitless number of parallel selves and parallel worlds, has become all too real. And all too terrifying. Through it all, she knows that Mitchell and his friends are the only ones who can save her. If she doesn’t kill them first. ************************* Author: Michael S. Fedison Cover Art: Matt Gaston...

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ISBN : 38202974
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Number of Pages : 492 Pages
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  • Jo Sexton
    2018-11-19 23:19

    You can also read my review here: https://redwineandfridaynights.wordpr... In this sequel to The Eye-Dancers, Mitchell, Joe, Ryan and Marc are BACK, along with Monica Tisdale, the ghost girl.
Five years on from their journey into a parallel universe, summoned by Monica to rescue her from kidnappers, the boys are struggling through their teenage years, their adventures largely forgotten. Life is tough for them all, and their friendships have fallen by the wayside. But suddenly Monica is back in their heads, and stronger than before. She needs their help again, and resistance is futile.
Over the years, Monica's powers have increased to the point where she cannot control them anymore, and this has lead to her downfall. The boys have to help her, or else she will lose herself completely. And she won't take no for an answer.
Reunited, the boys set out on the journey back to Colbyville, and along the way are forced to confront and deal with the issues that are holding them back. Will they be able to help the ghost girl? And will they ever find their way home in one piece?
Another journey of self-discovery from Michael J. Fedison, written in such a way that hooks you from the first page. The characters of the four boys are excellently crafted, naturally evolved from their younger selves in the first novel, and their individual problems are described realistically and sympathetically. I found this book as compelling as the original, and was a little sad to leave them all behind at the end. Loved it.

  • Kristen Pham
    2018-12-10 21:13

    The lovable gang of 4 boys turned accidental time/space travelers is back in The Singularity Wheel, the sequel to The Eye-Dancers. Five years have passed since they traveled to Colbyville to save Monica Tisdale from her captors. In that time, they have grown from boys to teenagers, with all of the accompanying angst and issues. Now Monica needs their help again, and the boys come to her aide - some more reluctantly than others.I enjoy how the author explores the scientific complexity of the subject he is tackling. He approaches time/space travel with more realism than you typically find. He has clearly researched his subject matter, which gives the reader an immersive experience into the worlds that he intertwines. He also does an excellent job naturally evolving the characters that he created in the original story. The boys have issues, but we can rely on the fact that they are good at heart, and will do the right thing.