Mountain of Glass

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Across Time & Space Book 2. After escaping the Queen’s grasp in 2155 AD, Ash, George and Anne find themselves reluctant flatmates in the twenty-first century – no ID, no money, and apparently forgotten by friends and enemies alike. But when another bizarre twist of fate leads the trio out of Ash’s time and into just about everywhere else, they discover that they're not so forgotten after all... More
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About M. Marinan

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).

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About the Series: Across Time & Space
Three time periods collide in a universe not quite like our own, where science meets the supernatural. A fast-paced young adult adventure.

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Reviews of Mountain of Glass by M. Marinan

Pamela Cummins reviewed on Dec. 29, 2019

Another winner in this series!
(reviewed 20 days after purchase)
Anne-Marie M reviewed on March 3, 2019

A really fascinating continuation of what 'The Eternity Stone' began. Loved reading more into the lives of the characters introduced in the first book. Once again, as soon as I finished this book in the series, I wanted the next one in my hands as quickly as possible!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Rosesantosnz reviewed on Feb. 11, 2019

A book I didn’t want to put down (even at the expense of my sleep). Disappointed that it ended because I just wanted it to go on and on. Very well done M Marinan.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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