Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Countdown to Beyond the Reflection's Edge Day 13

Only 15 days until Beyond the Reflection's Edge is released.

In the story, the heroes flee the villain through a fire escape window at Ganz Hall. In the photo, Tim Shoemaker tries out the window to see if my escape scene is feasible. He didn't climb down the exterior stairs, but we were convinced that it would work fine.

News: I have received my copies of Beyond the Reflection's Edge, so if you ordered a copy from me, you will likely get it very soon.

If anyone out there is a teacher, a homeschool group leader, a youth pastor, a librarian, or any other position that might influence potential youth readers, and you would like a free copy of the book to review and recommend, email me at bryan at dragonsinourmidst dot com.


In this nonstop drama that kept me guessing from beginning to end, Bryan Davis has created a fascinating study, in edge-of-the-chair mystery form, of the working of the free will as lives play out in parallel dimensions. This book took me on a gripping adventure in which true-to-life characters use music and mirrors to find places of refuge and escape as well as places to lurk. This is an exciting and enjoyable tale in which we get to see the Master Composer's handiwork being performed in people's lives. I've enjoyed Mr. Davis' other series, and this new one may very well be the best one yet. ~ Peter Blaskiewicz, Community College Teacher is taking pre-publication orders. Here is a link.

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By Bryan Davis / Zondervan


Sapphira Adi said...

Errrrrrr.........who's hand is on the cover of the book? Sorry. . . I just wanted to know:) lol.

Bryan Davis said...

The photo is supposed to depict the hand of the hero from the story, Nathan. I don't know who actually posed for the photograph.

Sapphira Adi said...

Okay! I was juts wondering if it was your hand. lol. I figured it depicted one of the characters from the book! I cannot wait to read it!

Araken said...

Wow, you put a ton of work into just finding the right settings and making sure they worked in the story! [speaks in deep, over-dramatic tone] Impressive, most impressive...!