Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Countdown to Beyond the Reflection's Edge Day 6

Only 22 days until Beyond the Reflection's Edge is released.

Trivia:
In the story there were a couple of scenes in Chicago in which the hero and heroine had to escape using a fire escape that had a swinging ladder for the lowest set of stairs. Here is a photo of what a typical Chicago fire escape looks like, including the ladder in the folded up position.

News: I am working on writing book #3 in this series. If you will pray for me I would appreciate it.

Reviews:

Music, mirrors, mysteries, and multiple dimensions. How do they fit together? Read Beyond the Reflection’s Edge and you'll find out! This is a marvelous puzzle of a story, a tale of families and friends bound by love and faith in the midst of scientific discoveries that could change creation for the better...or the worse. A great read for teens and young adults. ~ Jason Waguespack, The World of Rigel Chase: Legend of the Shaper

Objects in mirror may be closer than they appear. Beyond the Reflection’s Edge is one part creepy, two parts cool! Cleverly combining cutting edge technology, creative thinking, and classical music, Bryan Davis weaves together a wonderfully suspenseful plot with humorously memorable characters in a truly scientific fiction. Also, because Beyond the Reflection’s Edge pays homage to so many classics, the reader will find it comfortably accessible, whether they are fans of Dorothy (Wizard of Oz), Marty (Back to the Future), or Neo (The Matrix). As the story races along and the suspense crescendos, this engaging novel gets harder and harder to put down … even as the lights dim. One thing is for sure. I will never look at a fun house of mirrors quite the same way again. It’s the mirrors! ~ Chip Conrad, Age 39

Christianbook.com is taking pre-publication orders. Here is a link.






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By Bryan Davis / Zondervan

5 comments:

Elliot Reed said...

Whoa, nice fire escape... I lived in Detroit for a year and a half, and Detroit is a pretty big city. Not nearly as large as Chicago, I know that from sight, but it's still pretty big.

~Elliot

Have fun writing the third, I'll be praying that there's not too much challenge!

Sapphira Adi said...

Wow! Cool fire escape! I am so excited about the books coming out. I shall buy a copy of the book signing in May. I'll pray for you as you write your awesome books. I can't wait to read it!

Sapphira

Araken said...

Chicago...quietly drools, er, dreams about the awesomist city on Earth...

Ian said...

Erm, excuse me for asking, but I've never been there...what's so great about Chicago??

Have fun writing your books Mr Davis!

:)Ian(:

Elliot Reed said...

Ian, you really get the effect when dirving through all of the tunnels on the road and seeing the Sears building reaching above the clouds...


~Elliot