Across Time & Space Book 3.
Thousands of gateways, with instant access to the whole of history. What could possibly go wrong?
With the discovery of the remnant gateways through time it finally seems like Ash and George can have it all – adventure, romance, and a steady paycheck. It seems to be working…until it isn't anymore. And then Ash finds a mysterious new gateway in the middle of an old Lunden street…
Meanwhile on the Mountain of Glass, Anne is chasing her dreams. She wants immortality, a permanent home for herself and her sister, and to finally find out what secrets Jon has been hiding. Her goals seem very close: just a single gateway away…
In a quiet corner of Europa, in the very distant future, Coryn of the Chosen is accustomed to danger. After all, that’s what you get when you choose to live on the border of the inhospitable but power-filled Other realm. But then fire is found beneath the ice of the Other, and all Hades breaks loose.
Virtual reality meets alter-power meets some very determined immortals. Throw in time travel, and things are about to get messy…
Praise for The Eternity Stone: ‘A book I didn’t want to put down, even at the expense of my sleep’.
Praise for Mountain of Glass: ‘A really, really good read.’
Praise for Breaking the Glass Slipper: ‘Rich and complex, with twists and turns all over the show.’
About the Author
M. Marinan is comfortably located in Wellington, New Zealand: a city that ‘you can’t beat on a fine day’. (Disclaimer: there aren’t that many fine days, but she’s still there.) She loves stories with adventure, drama and a happy ending, and writes in the same vein. She also likes beautiful things, nice people and carefully created art – the sort that looks as though it took effort, not like a toddler painted it with a brush stuck to their forehead. She also illustrates all her own work. It’s fun, she knows the characters...and she’s a bit cheap. Thanks to Massey University for making her feel qualified to publish her own work (and for giving her a student debt that will follow her into her old age. It was worth it).