|Rating||:||4.17 (621 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||118 Pages|
"Bullock's intriguing story combines elements of science-fiction, romance, and suspense.A focused, fast-paced journey between alternate universes". - Kirkus Indie Review
"Two Thumbs Up!" according to Amy. I read this on the plane from Seattle to Austin, and I was so disappointed when it was done- I wanted MORE!! The story kept me guessing til the end! Definitely should add this to your library!. James Guilford said A thoroughly enjoyable tale. I found "Elsewhen" to be a thoroughly enjoyable novella -- one or two evenings' reading. The story is a sort of sci-fi romance and, while the science is sketchy -- transdimensional movement through thought -- well-told. The book relates the tale of genius childhood sweethearts who are separated, reunited through the strangest of circumstances, and takes them to the end of the world. Puzzling, romantic, and fun. The only "sexual content" is tastefully li. Enjoyable Read with Lots of Vivid Description What a lovely story! It had me hooked within a few pages and I HAD to know what would come of these two main characters. Written so vividly with much description it was clear the author has an eye for detail. As the story came to a close it had me wonderingwill there be a "sequel"?
True romantics and science geeks, the love story you have been waiting for!Finally -- a book written just for you!Science prodigies Lije (Elijah) Grant and Laura Bess Austin have been in love since they were kids. Investigating, he discovers that it is the work of a small black hole, and it is coming closer. But as Laura Bess is flying off to college, the plane goes down. That's when Laura Bess walks up to Lije in a coffee shop and says "Hello, stranger.". Then one evening, he notices a satellite suddenly veering off course, disappearing into deep space. Lije is devastated; he has lost the love of his life.Lije grows up to become an astrophysicist, but lives a minimal existence, tracking boring space junk, night after tedious night at a radar station. The Earth has maybe two weeks before Armageddon