An Appointment at the Edge of Forever: The Ryo Myths Book One

An Appointment at the Edge of Forever: The Ryo Myths Book One

by Perrin Pring



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ISBN-13: 9781909224711
Publisher: Mirador Publishing
Publication date: 11/18/2013
Pages: 252
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.57(d)

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An Appointment At The Edge Of Forever: The Ryo Myths Book One 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Is there more on the way? I hope so because I'm ready for the next Ryo Myths. I'm not a natural sci-fi reader, nor do I claim to know much about the genre, but this book has me wondering what I've been missing out on if Appointment At The Edge Of Forever is anything to go by. IThe closest I've come to reading sci-fi for an extended period was the Phillip Pulman trilogy (his dark materials) and Appointment At The Edge of Forever possesses a similar quality in the sense that you are learning about characters, universes, and laws of the universe gradually and in a way that you know, at the back of your mind, has important repercussions for events later in the novel(s). An original story, an original voice, a great read by a fantastic author. More please!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This story is wildly imaginative so far and I am curious to see the path that the captivating characters take us down! I hope others consider this as a gift or for themselves as the holidays approach.  Well done P Pring! 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"An Appointment at the Edge of Forever" was recommended to me by a friend and I couldn't be happier with the advice. An avid sci-fi/adventure/fantasy reader, I was immediately captured by the story. Pring has borrowed just a handful of elements from Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Star Wars, Harry Potter, The Matrix, and the Firefly series and put them all together, along with her own brilliantly novel ideas, in a completely unique and extremely well written adventure that grabs you and sucks you in before you even know what's happened. I could not put this book only wish is that I hadn't finished it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As my first semester of graduate school is ending I needed something fun to divert my attention from the mountain of public health policy and rural disparity books, not to mention bio-statistics. The Ryo Myths by Ms. Perrin Pring was a perfect relief! She takes an innovative twist to sci-fi and fantasy without going nerd-tastic. This is a thoughtful, intense, and dramatic tale with some serious potential. It is a fun, quick read to blow off steam from stress, would be great to take while traveling, or simply indulge in.