Crossing Infinity

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Cory Lanus is a teen out of place. He doesn' t fit it. He doesn' t act right. There' s something off about him- or so his friend Jaz Andrews believes. Jaz is a typical teenage girl with too much schoolwork, grief at home, and a huge crush on the new guy. To the chagrin of her friends, she spends as much time with him as she can, but she still can' t get close enough. Surely Cory likes her as much as she likes him. Eventually Jaz discovers that Cory is an alien on the run from his family' s enemies; he's also his ...

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Overview

Cory Lanus is a teen out of place. He doesn' t fit it. He doesn' t act right. There' s something off about him- or so his friend Jaz Andrews believes. Jaz is a typical teenage girl with too much schoolwork, grief at home, and a huge crush on the new guy. To the chagrin of her friends, she spends as much time with him as she can, but she still can' t get close enough. Surely Cory likes her as much as she likes him. Eventually Jaz discovers that Cory is an alien on the run from his family' s enemies; he's also his home planet' s only hope for survival. When someone from his home comes looking for him, Cory' s new life on Earth is set for destruction because those he left behind have come to finish what they started and nothing, especially not his new friends, are going to stand in there way.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781596871373
  • Publisher: Brick Tower Press
  • Publication date: 11/9/2005
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 6.35 (w) x 8.19 (h) x 0.87 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 6, 2006

    What charming quirk of nature had made these elegant little killing machines?'

    What can you say about a book that transcends multiple genres to tell a story with profound sweetness while really pushing the edge -- multiple edges in fact? Karen Haber, the reigning queen of the Science Fiction community and a good friend to many, myself included, has the rare ability to say something so true and so well that she can change the very way you see the world -- or worlds -- forever. 'Cory liked the cats for their silken grace, immense vanity, and playful carnivorous impulses. What charming quirk of nature had made these elegant little killing machines?' Adults as well as the right kind of thoughtful young man or woman should buy this and read this for an experience of kind and honest bravery in facing a strange, sometimes hostile, sometimes indecipherable world for a really delicious reading experience, an experience you simply won't be able to find anywhere else. Bravo!

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