Silver Shard by Betsy Streeter
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There’s a lot of talk about portals and time and space that’s not entirely clear. Readers may not be able to decide if the world Streeter offers actually makes sense, but if an engaging narrative is what readers crave, complete comprehension may be a sacrifice worth making.
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Monder is a Tromindox so dangerous he was banished to a labyrinth that exists out of time. The portal that sent him there has been severed in two, never to be made whole or used again. But when Monder gains possession of one of the halves, the Silverwoods are faced with the prospect that he might escape. Henry Silverwood, whose Guild talents are growing exponentially, is taken when Helen is faced with an impossible choice: give him up, or watch him be eaten. Meanwhile, the Tromindox are evolving - and the Silverwoods do not have the advantages in hunting them that they once had. Now, the Silverwoods must make sense of Monder's increasing power in the time world, find Henry, and avoid extinction themselves.
 

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Published July 26, 2016 by Light Messages Publishing. 290 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books. Fiction
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on May 04 2016

There’s a lot of talk about portals and time and space that’s not entirely clear. Readers may not be able to decide if the world Streeter offers actually makes sense, but if an engaging narrative is what readers crave, complete comprehension may be a sacrifice worth making.

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