By Nina Kiriki Hoffman
From Bram Stoker Award winner and Nebula and global fable Awards finalist Nina Kiriki Hoffman comes a unique of 2 younger those who dwell open air usual reality-and who're approximately to find life's amazing possibilities..."A consistent excitement to learn. Hoffman's most sensible and such a lot entire novel to date."-Locus"Hoffman reworks a well-known define with clean awesome principles and massive flair."-Kirkus stories "An attractive story, instructed with nice ability, packed with interesting characters."-The Davis company
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Day was sinking behind the Coast Range and night spreading up from behind the distant Sierra Nevadas when they pulled off Highway 505 and drove to the little town of Summers where Edmund’s sister lived, thirty miles and a mountain range away from the east side of San Francisco Bay. Matt’s palms began to sweat. Summers started with a couple gas stations and a little grocery store near the highway, then turned into a real town a little farther on, wide streets with head-in parking places, few buildings taller than two or three stories, a lot of architecture left over from the previous century, and an air of being friendly, warm, and small.
He stared toward invisible distance. “That dream,” he said slowly. “Everything seemed so nice and normal. ” “Last night,” Matt said when the silence had stretched. “You know how long it’s been since I was scared? Years. Spirit takes care of me everywhere I go, and I am not afraid. ” “You don’t have to go there. You never have to go there. ” “Yes,” he said. He sighed. “I do want to go there, but I’m not ready to do it without a guide. Susan was there. She knows what happened. Maybe she can tell me.
Matt sensed energy gathering. The image of a girl formed. She wore overalls and a yellow T-shirt and stood with feet planted firmly on the floor, hands at her hips, arms akimbo. Her brown hair was pulled back into two tight braids except for fluffy bangs above her oval face. Large brown eyes glared below definite dark eyebrows. Nathan glanced over his shoulder at Edmund, eyebrows up. “Pretty close,” Edmund said. “This is what she looked like when I first met her,” Nathan said to Matt. ” The image darkened, stretched, reformed: a taller woman of about twenty, her hair now chin-length and stylish, her lipsticked mouth smiling.