Twinned Universes (Catalyst Chronicles, Book Two)

After Paul's mother is killed in his own universe, he learns he's the clone of Sean Lyon, a TwenCen musician. The best way for Paul to unmask the killer is to impersonate Sean. Paul must make his way to Sean while evading time travelers who fear he’ll change the history of the TwenCen universe. If Paul is to achieve justice, he must risk his own life and the wormhole connecting the universes. More

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Words: 93,080
Language: English
ISBN: 9780983890348
About Sandra Ulbrich Almazan

Sandra Ulbrich Almazan started reading at the age of three and only stops when absolutely required to. Although she hasn’t been writing quite that long, she did compose a very simple play in German during middle school. Her science fiction novella Move Over Ms. L. (an early version of Lyon’s Legacy) earned an Honorable Mention in the 2001 UPC Science Fiction Awards, and her short story “A Reptile at the Reunion” was published in the anthology Firestorm of Dragons. She is a founding member of BroadUniverse and a long-time member of the Online Writing Workshop for Fantasy, Science Fiction, and Horror. Her undergraduate degree is in molecular biology/English, and she has a Master of Technical and Scientific Communication degree. Her current day job is in the laboratory of an enzyme company; she’s also been a technical writer and a part-time copyeditor for a local newspaper. Some of her other accomplishments are losing on Jeopardy! and taking a stuffed orca to three continents. She lives in the Chicago area with her husband, Eugene; and son, Alex. In her rare moments of free time, she enjoys crocheting, listening to classic rock (particularly the Beatles), and watching improv comedy.

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