Devastated by the mysterious disappearance of his scientist father, Paul discovers that a deck of cards they used to play with can talk and move. Paul and the card people grapple with a power-hungry inventor whose weapons threaten to destroy the world. This middle-grade adventure novel will rivet young readers with its vibrant blend of science fiction and the challenges of coming of age.
‘ABM?’ Sander keek van de grijze bol naar de hoofdredacteur.
‘Afdelingshoofd Bijzondere Meldingen.’ Ze tikte tegen de bol en gebaarde hem erin toen deze open schoof.
Verbouwereerd stapte Sander naar binnen. ‘Wat bedoel je met “Bijzondere Meldingen”?’
‘Alles,’ antwoordde ze fijntjes. ‘Alles van UFO tot spook. ...
Do you believe in angels? Do you believe in nanotech?
Her name is Ellay. She takes it from the city she loves, the city of her birth. She's smart, she's fast, she's the first of her kind. And she knows that very soon, something horrible is going to happen.
From his unique perspective and experience with National Novel Writing Month, speculative fiction writer D. Anthony Brown explains how to find your voice in fiction writing. He explains what voice is, how fears and "critical voice" can stop writers cold, and the importance of attitude in storytelling.
Nanotechnology can be a boon to humanity but it can also be our worst nightmare. the new group (new ethical world) seeks to have this exciting new science used for the good of all. others will resort to anything to maintain a regulation free nano industry.
The Wind swept through, shattering universes and leaving their shards to fall where they may. Timelines have no meaning. Parallel universes have bled into those closest to them. The people remaining in the here and now are left to pick up whatever pieces they can find.