Book 1 of The Astral Strings Series coming May 3rd!
Secrets. Forgiveness. Death.
Nothing has been right in Kasper’s life for quite some time. Then the eclipse comes, and his father is stolen away. When the police arrive, instead of trying to help, they drag off his mother too. Down at the station later, the desk sergeant claims to know nothing about Kasper’s mum, and insists that the detective who arrested her doesn’t exist.
Loki, Kasper’s cousin, is the only one who really understands him. Her parents promise to keep him safe until his mum and dad return, but soon they are gone as well. There’s no-one for Kasper and Loki to turn to – except Tenrō, a dangerous older boy who knows more than he should, and claims to be a star…
As they set off into the night, they have no way of knowing what they will have to face. The secrets they are about to uncover will change their lives. Their actions will seal the fates of every living thing in the universe.
Somewhere in the dark, the truth is waiting. And the stars are watching.
What Kids Think
George Oliver, British actor, visited schools and read The Boy Who Spoke to Stars aloud to students. Here’s what kids said about the book.
***** It sets a mysterious and creepy mood that drags you in – Alice, 12
***** I would recommend it to people who love suspense and drama. It creates and excellent image in your head! – Joy, 11
***** A must have for every person of all ages and genders – Scott, 11
***** It is like someone is chasing you and they are on a mad one – Jack, 11
***** That was amazing! It made pictures in my head. – Hamdi, 12
***** It makes me tingle in a good way. I need to find out what happens next – Kayla, 12
**** It’s pretty tense – Hasan, 11
***** It makes you feel as if you are in the story. If you shut your eyes you can imagine you are there, afraid in the dark – Bryana, 12