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Slipstream - Book One of a Crisis of Two Worlds

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"Last night I died for the third time this week..."

Jordan Pendragon is crazy good at fixing situations that have gone bad. It's a talent prized by his high school ice hockey team. However, when a car accident puts Jordan in the hospital, he wakes up with more than just an amazing slapshot in his toolbox. Jordan can manipulate space-time and in just a few weeks, he'll depend on it to save his life.

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Overview

"Last night I died for the third time this week..."

Jordan Pendragon is crazy good at fixing situations that have gone bad. It's a talent prized by his high school ice hockey team. However, when a car accident puts Jordan in the hospital, he wakes up with more than just an amazing slapshot in his toolbox. Jordan can manipulate space-time and in just a few weeks, he'll depend on it to save his life.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781554049578
  • Publisher: Double Dragon Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/20/2012
  • Pages: 340
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.71 (d)

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  • Posted May 2, 2013

    I think slipstream is the most fabulous book that I have read. I

    I think slipstream is the most fabulous book that I have read. It's really interesting. Fantasy and sci-fi both my favorite genre is in slipstream. There is some funny names that the character have. This contain some bad words but it's just on a few pages. There is a few scene with sex but not a lot. Sorry for the ones that loves Romance in books. But there is some. Though this book is fabulous.It's a MUST-READ.

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  • Posted July 30, 2012

    Slipstream is a mind-blowing sci-fi read from beginning to end.

    Slipstream is a mind-blowing sci-fi read from beginning to end. It's not a quick read. The details of the world that Offutt has created deserve a slow study. Most of the story takes place in the world of Avalon. This dark and seedy world is obsessed with many things but mainly a substance called Liquid Life. The main character, Jordan, and his twin sister both possess this valuable substance in a rare form called Life Green. I don't plan to recount the entire synopsis. This is a story of a quest and prophecy. There are also lots of scientific details, some sex, and lots of gore.

    There are many elements of this book that are amazing and freaked me out. #1. Offutt knows how to write horror well. The spiders and the monster in the tunnel were reminiscent of a scene in Starship Troopers that haunts me to this day. #2. The methods of extracting Liquid Life from victims are very creative and terrifying. #3. I love the killsuit (body armor with weapons) details.

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