Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Bryan Davis' New Book -
Beyond the Reflection's Edge

Beyond the Reflection's Edge works on many levels. It's got car chases and get-aways, violin performances at Ganz Hall in Chicago, and a 1980's style flashback. Teenager Nathan Shepard has encountered villains before when helping his Dad recover stolen technology from around the world. Now he faces a new type of villain that is definetly not of this world. With the help of his new friend, Kelly Clark, he has to solve the mystery of what happened to his parents and avoid whoever is chasing him; all with the help of a small mirror, an older 35mm film camera, and his mother's violin.

(click book for Amazon link)

For more information, and daily clues leading up to the book release, check out Mr. Davis' blog at: http://dragonsinourmidst.blogspot.com/

1 comment:

Galadriel said...

I had the great privilege of pre-reading this book. I don’t want to spoil the surprise, so I will only say that after being enthralled by the world Bryan Davis created in Dragons in Our Midst and expanded upon in Oracles of Fire, I eagerly anticipated his new series, Echoes from the Edge. The characters, like those in his first two series, are realistic, relatable teens that readers of all ages can identify with. I see echoes of myself in Daryl, who constently alludes to and quotes from such favorite fantasies as Lord of the Rings and Narnia, as well as The Wizard of Oz.
My good intentions to read only a chapter of Beyond the Reflection's Edge daily evaporated. I read the whole book in less than four hours. The first chapter contained more emotion and action than some books ever reach. From there, the story builds in depth and action to an extraordinary conclusion. Unlike some books, Beyond the Reflection's Edge yields more excitement with each re-reading. I can't wait for the next installment!
I highly recommend this books for fans of Narnia, Lord of the Rings, Binding of the Blade, and any other faith-based fantasy. This book has an extremely original plot line and characters.