All the Time in Our World (Edward and Marianne) [NOOK Book]

Overview

Edward Garrett, the grandson of both Garison Fitch and Bat Garrett, is propelled into the future to fight the battle that begins the end of time itself.

Two nervous west Texas teenagers on their first date are suddenly engulfed in a horrific thunderstorm and take shelter in an old barn. When the storm subsides, the barn is gone … and so is everything else, except their ...
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All the Time in Our World (Edward and Marianne)

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Overview

Edward Garrett, the grandson of both Garison Fitch and Bat Garrett, is propelled into the future to fight the battle that begins the end of time itself.

Two nervous west Texas teenagers on their first date are suddenly engulfed in a horrific thunderstorm and take shelter in an old barn. When the storm subsides, the barn is gone … and so is everything else, except their bicycles. They ride their bikes on a mysteriously well-maintained road in an otherwise barren land to an ancient castle whose single resident claims to already know them.

Edward and Marianne have been whisked thousands of years into the future and their only hope of returning to their own world and time is to follow a mysterious traveler named Marcus and a hulking warrior named Daniel into a battle for the soul of all mankind.

Over almost a year’s time and more than a thousand miles of travel, Edward and Marianne are trained “physically and mentally” to put together and lead the army that will fight the battle for the beginning of the end of the world. As Edward is taught to be a general and a sword-fighter and Marianne learns to use a bow and lead as well, they begin to learn that their greatest asset just may be each other.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012179074
  • Publisher: C&C Press
  • Publication date: 3/4/2011
  • Series: Edward and Marianne , #0
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,121,863
  • File size: 616 KB

Meet the Author

Sam White is a minister, writer and cartoonist living in the Texas panhandle. He is married, has two teenage boys, as well as a cat and a dog. He has published 8 novels in electronic form which are selling well, as well as four paperbacks. His most successful books continue to be those which are focused on time travel.

His comic strip "Tuttle's" is read by thousands every day in newspapers across Colorado and Texas, and on-line at tuttles.net. His on-line comic book "Burt & the I.L.S." is updated weekly and deals with time travel in ways his novels can't (because the comic book doesn't have to make sense). He also writes a blog concerning time travel, writing and related topics, which can be found at garisonfitch.com .
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