Reader: Daughter of Time: Book I

Erec Stebbins. Twice Pi, $24.99 hardcover (312p) ISBN 978-0-9890004-4-4
Can 17-year-old Ambra Dawn save the Earth from a malevolent alien emperor in the late 21st century? Stebbins presents a dark vision of humanity in thrall to a merciless but technologically advanced alien race known as the Dram. Kidnapped by these evil aliens for her special gift (as a "reader" she has visions of the past and future), Ambra is subjected to torture that deprives her of her eyesight but expands her powers. She is later sold into slavery but freed by the Xix, a benevolent alien race. With her powers exceeding those of all previous readers, Ambra must travel through space and time to defeat the Dram and save the universe. Stebbins's complex sci-fi novel is well plotted, and the world and alien races he creates are rich, clearly imagined, and full of detail. Readers of thoughtful science fiction that offers myriad allusions to everyday themes will welcome this springboard to a new and imaginative series.
Reviewed on: 08/26/2013
Release date: 05/01/2013
Genre: Fiction
Hardcover - 978-1-942360-07-0
Paperback - 312 pages - 978-0-9860571-7-5
Paperback - 312 pages - 978-0-615-76385-9
Ebook - 978-0-9890004-2-0
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