Everyone on Layna knows that another version of themselves could be living on Earth, but they hope not.
That planet is full of violence and suffering. Who on Earth could be as privileged as someone on Layna?
Teenage best friends Faylin and Oz aren’t so lucky. On Layna, they enjoy a comfortable life with the Ascendants--a controversial but powerful tribe--while on Earth, they know each other as foster siblings. For weeks, Oz has been experiencing an abnormal phenomena of mentally traveling between his two lives. In a community that closely monitors mental health, Oz feels he can't tell anyone, not even Faylin.
But it may be Faylin, not Oz, who is really in danger. Ascendants fear the Closing Prophecy, a prediction that one of their own will destroy peace on Layna. Ascendant leaders spy on Earth doubles to prevent this, believing criminality is at the soul-level. When Ascendant authorities learn that Faylin's double is suspected of a crime, she becomes marked.
As their rose-colored reality on Layna turns murky, Oz and Faylin realize they can only trust each other. Together, the two must uncover the connections between their lives on Layna and on Earth—connections that transcend space, time, and death—before it’s too late.
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On Layna, it’s been five years since Faylin and Oz have been to their hometown of Sienna Falls, five years since they have been allowed to see their families or leave their camouflaged mountain dwelling. When rising tensions within the Ascendant tribe lead to an act of domestic terrorism, Faylin and Oz fear their days may be numbered.
But from Earth, Oz and Faylin’s doubles have a message: Something can help them, and it lies in the memory of Faylin’s father, Robert, who must conjure a repressed trauma from decades past. With the help of loved ones, Faylin and Oz struggle to uncover what lies at the end of this mystery. Will it truly give them the salvation promised, or, as Robert fears, will it lead to something designed to destroy them all?
Belonging to a family with two sets of twins is unusual, but probably not as unusual as living in a forty-six-story house! Both are the case with ten-year-old Maxine Wheeler. When not exploring the safari room, ball pit room, and all the rest, she’s a normal kid, dealing with bullies, her wacky siblings, and growing up. Now, her parents have decided to put their forty-six-story house on wheels and take it on the road! How much crazier could Maxine’s life get?