The Edge of Everywhen by A.S. Mackey | Juvenile Fiction Review

The Edge of Everywhen by A.S. Mackey

A.S. Mackey
Juvenile Fiction
Ages 8-14

"Hello, Reader. I am honored to know you."

Tragedy is sometimes followed by mystery, at least that's what faces 13-year-old Piper and her brother, Phoenix, who has autism. Mourning the loss of their parents, they must move a thousand miles away to live with their insufferable Aunt Beryl. But it is in their aunt's cavernous library that Piper and Phoenix hear a mysterious book calling to them. Its name is Novus Fabula, and its story will change their lives forever.

"What's that you say? Books cannot speak? On the contrary, dear Reader. Quite the contrary. Books are one of the few things on this earth that truly speak. Let me show you."

Join Piper and Phoenix in the Verboten Library as they begin an intriguing journey of grief, wonder, and the search for Truth. If you stand with them at the edge of everywhen, you just might discover the story you need to hear as well.

Other Resources

If you would like to know a bit more about the book you can read a preview HERE.

There is also a wonderful activity book that allows the reader to interact with elements of the story and also begin their own story. You can download it HERE.

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book to facilitate this post.


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