Timesurfers (A Timesurfers Novel) (Volume 1)
The first thrilling instalment in an exhilarating new fantasy series. Filled with action, romance and suspense it is a must for fans of books like The Hunger Games and The Mortal Instruments.
“It’s not a choice. It’s a destiny.”
Fifteen-year-old Cate takes weird, unusual and plain terrifying in her stride. Five years in witness protection will do that. It didn’t however prepare her for when everything and everyone surrounding her suddenly froze at the bus stop. All still like statues. Only she sees the teens appear out of thin air. One boy hoists the bus she’s waiting to board over his head, while the others disarm a bomb placed underneath it. When she confronts them the teens vanish. Literally vanish.
Intrigued why Cate wasn’t frozen at the bus stop, the teens pursue her relentlessly. They arrive at Socrates Private School and all the teachers and the other students act like they’ve known them all forever– like they’ve always attended the school. Cate sees something different. She is adamant they are totally new to Socrates and have never set foot in the school before today. What’s with that?
When Cate accidentally brings a dead cheerleader back to life, her connection to the secretive teens is revealed. They are Timesurfers who travel through time and battle the powerful dark forces intent on manipulating history. A reluctant Cate is forced into their brutal world. She must discover her magical powers, choose a side, and end an ancient war. That’s if, and it’s a pretty big if, she can survive the initiation trials. No pressure though.
- Series: A Timesurfers Novel (Book 1)
- Paperback: 274 pages
- Publisher: K&R Books; 1 edition (September 28, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 099436170X
- ISBN-13: 978-0994361707
Praise for the book:
With this being more urban fantasy than sci-fi, the author was able to create her own rules that created a unique and fun storyline! I really enjoyed the characters and their interactions kept me on my toes, especially when it came to the romance aspects. I’m eager to read the next installment of the series— DelSheree D. Gladden USA Today Bestselling Author
Amazing Debut for Young Adults. Sermon does a wonderful job of exploring the complexities of time travel and how along with some magic it can alter reality. Cate is a spunky character, and I love that she’s strong enough, physically and emotionally, to take care of herself.— Angela Fristoe USA Today Bestselling Author
This was an amazing book! Well written, plot was excellent and not predictable. Recommended for all! — From Amazon