Twelve-year-old Zak Killian is listening to a voice. might or not it's a father or mother angel? A ghost? No, that is loopy. yet occasionally the voice is so genuine. . . . It warns him of danger.
One day Zak is status at the subway platform while the tunnel begins to fill with water. He sees it ahead of someone else. The voice warns him to run. His pals Moira and Khalid think this is often greater than a premonition, and shortly all 3 locate themselves in another universe that's either conventional and heavily unusual. As Zak unravels the secret at the back of the voice, he faces judgements that can suggest the top in their international at home—if they could even get home!
In his so much propulsive and heartfelt publication but, acclaimed writer Barry Lyga explores the depths of friendship, the bonds of relatives, and the character of the universe itself.
"Hold onto your seats. we've experience and high-stakes horror the following that takes us from our international to a different. you probably did it, Barry. this is often the radical you have been intended to write."
--R.L. Stine, writer of Goosebumps and Fear Street