Fifteen-year-old Savanna Gilson, a quick-tempered loner, prickles at any threat, real or imagined. She fears she may never escape the pull of Earth’s gravity or, more generally speaking, most people. Because, without them, the solution to her grandfather's secret will be out of reach.
Rylie’s migraines trigger more time-slips. She never knows where she’ll end up or which ancestor she’ll encounter. Will the time-slips be the key to mending the broken pieces in the people around her or will they only prove she's crazy?
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Bets knows most people prefer words over numbers, but math class is her safe space.
Each novel is stand-alone. They are set in the ultra-near future with a recognizable world. I take the phrase “we’re not there yet” from STEM articles and imagine what it will look like when we are there.