THE UNIVERSE IS FAR BIGGER THAN WE CAN IMAGINE—AND IT IS FALLING APART
Michael is an orphan at the monastery. He frequently has vivid nightmares that distract him from his duties, and the abbott scolds him for being so undisciplined. As the truth of his experiences becomes undeniable, Michael realizes that he is actually traveling to different dimensions.
With the help of supernatural persons called the keepers, he must learn how to master his powers so that he can find his ruby-eyed lady and save the shattering worlds.
Perfect for fans of C. S. Lewis’ Space Trilogy.
“Michael travels through danger, suffering, time, and space—confronting the nature of existence and the structure of the world. A mind bending yarn.”
— Christine Mooradian
N. M. Rudolph is a passionate poet and the innovative author of Meadowvale, Rumination, Untold Tales, and Unhinged: 36 x 36.
As a masterful writer, he uses his imagination to draw readers into enriching new worlds or renewed visions of familiar stories.
Rudolph was born in Maryland and grew up in Germany. He lives in Pennsylvania with his wife and teaches a great range of subjects at Gamut Academy. When he isn’t busy writing, he can be found dressing up like a pirate at the Renaissance Faire, seeking theatrical trouble elsewhere, or dabbling in a some new hobby.
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